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Derived business transactions are not posted in Mutual fund case


This is with reference to profit booked towards Mutual fund sale in TRM for the month of April’ 2012 under product category 20 & product type 02A.

We have passed 2 Sales entries and profits booked in TRM are correct and as per the TRM module status, MF sale entry posted in FI module whereas profits (derived business transactions) are not posted in FI module.

However when we cross verified with FI GL which is Profit gain a/c on the basis of posting date, the profit entries are posted to the profit gain a/c of these 2 sales transactions and moreover there is difference in profit booked.

Status of the Derived business transaction (Profit account) is showing TOF status then how it is updated to FI. Whereas only one amount is matching & others are not at matching for that particular posting date?

Please suggest the solution.....

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 08:52 PM

    Hi Dhruv,

    As you may well aware status of DBT 'ToF' means 'To be Fixed'. Derived business transactions can't be posted to FI through TBB1 rather they need to be fixed and posted using TPM18.

    So are you saying you have executed this transaction? Does your 'subledger cash flow' showing the gain/loss values as derived flows?

    Everything may run smooth (without any errors) if the set up of DBT update types is all perfect except one step of marking them as relevant for posting in customizing 'Indicate Update Types as Relevant to Posting' (view TRACV_DFT_REL). So a message 'flow with update type DBT_XXX from xx.xx.xxxx was only fixed' would appear in TPM8 without a posting is generated in FI.



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