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1KEL effect on Finance side

Hello Experts,

When we found out that the report 2KEE is showing a balance on USD side, we use transaction code 1KEL to post few PCA entries until we eliminated the balance in USD. May I know how this affects the finance side? What will be the impact of using transaction 1KEL? will this result on discrephancies on records or anything? Please advise.

Thanks,

Stiffler

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 12:00 PM

    Hi,

    1KEL does not post to FI; its a pure PCA transaction.

    Another possibe approach:

    Use transaction 9KE0 for postings. An additional line for the rounding differences is created automatically. It's posted to one of the accounts maintained in the OB00. It's still just posted in PCA and not posted to the FI. Neither the 1KEL nor the 9KE0 post anything to the FI. Just the customizing settings from the transaction OB00 are used for the FI as well.

    The transaction 1KEL is not enhanced anymore. That's why the changes of the new posting logic for the balance check are just in the 9KE0. We recommend to use the new transaction 9KE0.

    Please check with Transaction OB00, whether debit and credit accounts for rounding differences are defined in the respective company code, or define these accounts.

    Please use trx. 9KE0 to post your manual adjustments. Then the functionality of note 179501 should work.

    Please note the rounding differences are not corrected automatically. Note 179501 only helps to identify where the difference occurs.

    regards

    Waman

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    • Former Member

      Hello Waman,

      Thank you very much for your post.

      One last question so is it advisable to use 1KEL/9KE0 to post and correct discrephancies from the 2KEE report just to balance it (0.00)? If so, what could be the impact on the validity of data?

      Thanks,

      Stiffler

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