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Extend Customer Master to many company code

Dear Expert,

I want to extend the existing customer master in company code A to company code B without payment history in A. Can i do that ? please tell me how to make this happen.

Thanks.

Best regards,

Iwan Siahaan

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 12:43 PM

    Hi Iwan Siahaan,

    You can extend customer from one company code to another company code,go to T.code XD01 select your account group

    give the customer name and company code (in to which you want to extend) if you want to new sales area you can give new

    one otherwise the same existing,after giving this details and press enter system will take you to company code

    data,because the general data already existing for the customer.Payment history also separately tracked at company code

    level,Take the help of FI consultant in case of difficulty.

    Regards

    Ram

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 12:50 PM

    Untick the box Payment history record in Payment transactions tab and extend the customer to the required company codes. Once this is done, then again the original settings can be restored.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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      Dear Lakshmipathi,

      I have done what you reply, but after i extend the customer master in CoCd B and check in FD32 for CoCd A, the payment history gone eventhought i put x on payment history in customer master in CoCd A.

      Are you sure u can restore the original setting for Customer master CoCd A even for payment history ?

      please how to do that .

      Thanks,

      Iwan Siahaan

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