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ACCOUNTING views different for Different Plants

Hello Gurus ,

I work on an SAP client which hosts several Plants .

I created a Material for a Plant ABCD with accoutning views. and another for plant EFGH with accounting views ,Both are materila type HIBE, same industry sector .

I could see a distinct difference between the fields appearing in both plants for same material type --HIBE

(A) Plant acc view i could see GENERAL DATA subscreen and Current valuation subscreen

(B) Plant EFGH in acc view I could see 3 tabs Period 12/2011period 11/2011 and period 01/2012 consisting of subscreens --GENERAL VALUATION DATA , PRICE AND VALUES

Please advioce where it is controlled in SPRO.

(for your info--i have tried creating materil type HALB in both plants and the screnn display is like that of (B)



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    Posted on Dec 06, 2011 at 08:35 AM

    Dear HKR

    follow this navigation

    SPRO >> Logistic Genral >> Material Master >> Field selection


    2. OMS9

    3. OMS3

    4. OMSA

    here 4 navigation u have to set ur requirement and attach with material type.(OMS2)

    Try and revert back.

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    • THANKYOU for your useful inputs,

      The config type here is specific to Materil type level. (not at Matel type-Plant level) In OMSA the settings are same for both plants.

      I have observed one thing in Materil masters, IN ABCD plant i could see Material ledger active indicator for Materil type HIBE , but I could not find the same for EFGH for same materil type. (However as mentioned before I could see for HALB materila type the Material ledger active indicator for bothe plants.

      So question there any Materil ledger activation task specific to a material type in a plant in SPRO ? .Looks like this is the node that affects the Accounting view screen for any materil type



  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 09:57 AM


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