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How to get balance sheetby using profit center in f.01

Hi Gurus,

1.New gl has been activated in our system.

2.Leading ledger 0L is activated in our system

3.Document splitting is not activated in our system

Right now one plant is running here.For this plant one profit center is in the system.So single balance sheet we are having.Now we are going for plant 2. Separate profit center has been created for plant 2. So, now client is asking separate balance sheet for plant wise. So can we have separate balance sheets plant wise with out activating the "document splitting" in the system.Can we activate document splitting right now in the system and what will be effected in the system.If possible what are the activities to be done.Please help on the same.

Regards

Raja

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2011 at 07:28 AM

    Hi

    Doc Splitting in a Live System cant be activated just like that. You need to take SAP's SLO Service which is chargeable

    F.01 wont give you PC wise... Use the new gl reports startng with S_PL0_ or use FGI3

    Doc Splitting is not a must unless you will have Inter Plant transactions... With Doc Spliting, you will get balanced books per plant

    br, Ajay M

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      Dear Ajay,

      Thanks a lot for your promt reply.I have gone through S_PLO_86000028 and S_PLO_86000029 which have given no result. The transactions are updating the new gl table FAGLFLEXT with out profit center updation. Can you give any advise to get plant wise balance sheet. Inter plant transaction are here in our company. So can we activate document splitting in the middile of the year.If we activate in the middile of the year which areas will be effected in the system.Please help on the same.

      Thanks&Regards

      Raja

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