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how the contract and RO is taking in line items while postings?

Hi Experts,

partner posting:---

Dr customer

Cr rental income - REC 1001/1500001(contract)

Cr tax

Object posting:---

Dr rental income - REC 1001/15000001(contract)

Cr rental income - RO 1001/102188/101( rental object).

My question is - how the system is taking above contract and RO in line items...i.e debit side and credit side..RO is in credit line this RO is taking in credit line item only?

Thanks in advance..



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    Posted on Jun 10, 2012 at 04:50 PM

    Hi Sasi,

    It depends on the assignment of account symbols in reference flow type (relationship-30, transfer postings).

    It is not fixed that only credit line items considers RO, see the below example for customer credits

    Cr Customer

    Dr Rental Income (REC)

    Cr Rental Income (REC)

    Dr Rental income (rental object)



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    • J. Pasman sasikanth sasikanth

      Hi Sasikanth,

      In the condition screen of the contract you enter conditions. Here you can enter a condition for one rental object, for a group of objects or for the entire contract. Next to this ofcourse you have assigned rental objects to the contract.

      In the condition screen you then have the distribution screen below. In this screen is entered to which rental object(s) the condition is posted in the distribution posting from the contract. You can also see this in the Object Cash Flow with the simulate button. Here is a small button to see the Object Cash Flow instead of the Partner Cash Flow.

      So from the distribution screen in the conditions SAP finds the rental object to which the revenue is posted. So if the customizing is set up with proper flow types, referent flow types, relations between flow type and reference flow type and the assignment of the account symbols the right posting is made.

      Good luck,


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