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ADVANTAGE OF VALUATION MODIFICATION IN OBYC

Dear Expert,

I have doubt in OBYC. When I open PRD transaction Event Key the following screen displayed .Why they are defined some General Modifications and why some one are not updated. See the following chart . Is it possible to create General Modifier in system(4.6c version )

Valuation Modifier General Modifier V,Class GL Accnt 1002 PRU 7920 7920 41000000 1002 PRU 3000 41000000 1002 PRU 7900 41000000 1002 3070 410192100 1002 3001 410192100 1002 PRA 7920 410192300 1002 PRA 7921 410192300

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Vijay

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 03:08 PM

    Vijay,

    Valuation modification is used to differentiate account determination based on valuation areas or plant if that is your valuation area.

    General Modification is used to differentiate account determination based on type of transaction. For PRD:

    Blank: For goods and invoice receipts against purchase orders

    PRF: For goods receipts against production orders and

    order settlement

    PRA: For goods issues and other movements

    PRU: For transfer postings (price differences in the case

    of external amounts)

    Thanks,

    Avinash

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