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Inter Business area Balance Sheet Difference.

Hi Experts,

We have Implemented New Gl and Have Document Splitting Activated with splitting char as Business Area.

In our scenario there is one company Code along with Business area. during Inter business transaction posting i.e payment by HO BA for Plant BA

through F-53 document splitting does not occur has the BA in line item gets inherited from vendor BA line items. If we are making payment through FB01 then we are not getting the issue.

due to this there is a difference between Entry view and GL View.

IS there any way of rectifying inter business transactions so that we have a tallied business area wise balance sheet. ? we do not want to reverse those documents as the volume is pretty high.

Is there any SAP Correction program available for rectifying the difference in the inter business area balance sheets?

PLease let me ASAP

Regards,

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 09, 2012 at 12:13 PM

    Hi,

    Try with the tcode F.5d and F.5e this may be helpful fill the blank business area in line item.

    Business area will get updated only if any of the line item in a document must have business area.

    You can also check the field status of the particular GL.

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