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Historical Difference with General Ledger and Special Purpose Ledger balance

Hi Experts,

There is a historical difference in A1900 between ZA (Special Purpose Ledger) and GL and I’m looking into this to see why. The first account I’ve looked at is 1965500 which has no balance in SAP GL or AP but it has a balance in the ZA. I can see the transactions that are causing this disconnect but not sure how to correct this.

So now unsure why there should be a difference between A1900 in (Special Purpose Ledger )and SAP GL.

Example:- For this particular account - 1965500 - there is no Balance in SAP GL but in Special Purpose Ledger.

There are Old Transactions that seem cleared in AP , but not in Special Purpose Ledger for 1999- 2000.

Can any one explain the reason, how to solve this issue? How to clear the inconsistency between GL and SPL. How to solve this particular issue?

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2012 at 07:01 PM

    Could you please run the t code GCAC and compare ledgers 0 and ZA for account 1965500 and let us know if you see any differences? I want to understand if you are seeing differences at the totals table level. And then, I may have some follow on questions before your question can be answered.

    Also, if you think any document(s) are missing in your special purpose ledger, you could always run t code GCU1 and transfer documents from your general ledger to a target ledger.

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