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External Billing system - Account determination with accounting area 1403


I am currently working on external Billing system to post documents in a FS-CD solution.

I have seen that I need to use accounting area 1403 to make account determination of business Partner Item. In that way I will use Post_ID fields to determine a combination with the following fields :

- Company code

- Main Transaction

- Sub transaction

- Business Area

- Division

Then, I understand that the program goes to the customizing (V011 or VC10) to make the account determination with the combination key defined in account area 1403.

But, I'd like to understand how the account determination is made if I need more criteria to determine my account in my VC10 (or V011)?

For example, in my VC10, accounts are determined thanks to my Sub transaction & Contract account category.

Will the external billing system be able to make the account determination if I need a criteria that is not in my fields in accounting area 1403 (in my example contract account category)?

Thanks for your help

Best regards

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 11:08 PM


    There is a difference between V011 and VC10.

    V011 --> this has predefined fields only from which you can enable or disable the keys for account determination.

    VC10 --> Here you can choose the fields from the structure VVKK_KF_V010. This structure also has customer include CI_FKKOP(Where you define your z fields).

    But to use VC10 you have to first enable "User define Acct Det. is active" in the CD->Basic Settings.

    Also, to enable the fields you have to go through IMG Menu Path and not using FQC0 for account determination configuration.



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