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Badi for creating financial statement

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I have a financial statement in Excel file and I need to create a new financial statement in transaction OB58.

Is there anyway to do this by ABAP programming?

Kind Regards,

Emerson

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 02:35 PM

    Hi

    I think you need to create only one FSV

    If it is one, better do it manually

    Its good to have automation when it is re usable like master data and transactional data upload

    Reg

    Vishnu

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    • Hi Emerson,

      First step :- You have to create FSV & Assign all GL accounts either in PRD or Quality

      Second step :- Run F.01 transaction code with output of ALV GRID control

      In output layout ,you can select excel mode. Now you can get your FSV in excel mode. Let me know if any problem

      Rgds

      Suma

  • Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 03:06 PM

    Hi,

    (not a solution, some hints...)

    The FM FI_IMPORT_BALANCE_SHEET_TEXT copies FSV texts into internal table X011Q.

    The FM FI_IMPORT_BALANCE_SHEET_POS copies FSV values into internal table X011Z, X011P, X011S and X011V (try the function in SE37 for understanding the contents of theses internal tables).

    I'm using these functions in some programs for finding the general accounts under a given node.

    I have seen the existence of FM FI_EXPORT_BALANCE_SHEET_TEXT and FI_EXPORT_BALANCE_SHEET_POS, so I think it is also possible to copy the data from internal tables to FSV, but these functions are not released and I don't know any official program in which they are used. I didn't see any documentation for the usage of these functions, so I should not use them ...

    (I'm working in 4.7)

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