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FI postings created from Internal Order Settlement

Hi Experts,

I'm using Internal Order to control expenses, and periodically these expenses are settled to Cost Center.

While posting to the Internal Order, a dummy Profit Center is posted (from the Model Order), and when the settlement occurs, the values are transferred from the dummy profit Center to the correct Cost Center/Profit Center.

We are using the original Cost Element to settle the costs.

When analyzing the postings, I have the following scenario:

Original posting:

Debit of 500,00 to Internal Order 40000018 => DUMMY Profit Center

After Settlement, analyzing in FBL3N:

Credit of 500,00 for DUMMY Profit Center (Internal Order field is blank in the posting)

Debit of 500,00 for Cost Center 1013201000/ Profit Center 1011010106 (Settlement Rule).

My question is: Why isn't the Internal Order appearing in the Credit of 500,00? Why only the DUMMY Profit Center is shown in the item of the FI posting generated from the settlement?

Kind Regards

Mayumi Blak

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2012 at 04:58 PM


    Check the document environment and if you look the profit center documetn you can able to get order details. If you check Order report you can get the Debit and credit information.

    Check the order report and the value is appearing or not.

    Thanks and regards.


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