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Credit control area creation/extension for a new company code

Hi,

In my rollout project we have created a new company code for that credit control area also. Ex: 1000- 1000

In previous company code (abcd- abcd) they have done a lot of transactions and all the limits were maintained. Now all the customers in the abcd will be extended to 1000 company code.

Here my question is how to map abcd ccarea to 1000 ccarea for all the customers.

Need guidance on this.Thanks in advance

Devdas

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  • Posted on Jul 09, 2012 at 05:09 AM

    Hi Deb Das,

    Pls refer this link for credit control area extension nicely explained

    http://www.siliconlabs.fi/files/EN_NEW_COMPANYCODE.pdf

    And for the customer extension to other company code find this link

    http://www.siliconlabs.fi/files/EN_NEW_COMPANYCODE.pdf

    Regards

    Ramesh

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    • Hi Dev Das,

      In my rollout project we have created a new company code for that credit control area also. Ex: 1000- 1000

      In previous company code (abcd- abcd) they have done a lot of transactions and all the limits were maintained. Now all the customers in the abcd will be extended to 1000 company code.

      Here my question is how to map abcd ccarea to 1000 ccarea for all the customers.

      If u maintain the the same credit control (old CCA ABCD then only ) for the same new company (1000)code then only the FD32 value will be update in the new company code

      Regards

      Ramesh

  • Posted on Jul 09, 2012 at 05:39 AM

    Hi Deb Das,

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/2071301

    And please refer this link for data migration from one CCA to Other CCA

    Regards

    Ramesh

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