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Updation of PCA

Dear expert

i have implemented profit center accounting .I need to know one thing how to update all the g/l opening balance with profit center

our client implemented sap in 2006 . Up to now they don't have any PCA . 2012 they want Profit center wise ,. P/L , BS, TB

Example sundry creditor 100000

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Ajeesh.s

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2011 at 05:33 AM

    So many times I told you to enter your opening balances with profit center in 9KE0.

    Take your trial balance and enter them in 9KE0

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      Dear expert

      9KEO is not applicable in my case that am already told you the reason( 9keo is mainly used for transferring g/l balance from wrong profit center to new profit center .it required two profit centers. i want Trial balance through this code S_PL0_86000030

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      Ajeesh.s

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2011 at 11:25 AM

    Use T Code F.5D & F.5E to splits the receivables and payables in the same relation as the p/l-items (revenues/costs) to the profit centers and write the results in the tables acc* . Then you post this data into the PCA with T Code 1KEK.

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2011 at 09:33 AM

    Hi

    Are you using Document splitting against dimension profit center.

    Rgds

    Mani

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