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Actual Budget Tables in Funds Managment


I am working for a public sector company and we are planning to use a new budget software (Non SAP). They want to plan all their budgets in this software and upload the final adopted budget into SAP. They also want to upload all the actual budget data (day to day actual budget documents) on a daily basis from SAP to this new software so that they can do some reporting. They told that they want to have a script in SAP which runs every day downloads the data into company's directory. I want to understand the technical tables, programs and information that would help to execute it.

Also they spoke about during the download of these data, they said some encumbrance documents, any idea what that means.

I am new to public sector company.



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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 07:32 AM


    Your question is very vague. Simply knowing the table won't be helpful for your task. You have to cooperate with some of your ABAP experts and think of possible ways to upload the budget from different system. There are several options, e.g. generating Excel file, developing special program based on a data file, uploading from BW, etc. Feeding SAP system with budgetary data is not a difficult task, but you have to know the core processes and tables thoroughly.



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