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Using structure of FSE2 from FI in CO??

Hello,

I have built up a P&L and balance structure in FSE2 in the FI part of SAP

I would like to use this P&L structure also in CO reports.

Is there a report where I can use this structure?

Or do I have to build up the structure in CO again?

And when, were can i build up this structure in CO??

Thank you for your answer

and your help

br

Erwin

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 10:40 PM

    Erwin,

    You can verify OB58, there are many standard FSV are provided by Country , and the one which you have created you can also use that in CO, but what kind of reporting you are running, that report should have option of selecting FSV,

    Did you assigned your FSV to Chart of account.

    I usually use create such report in Report Painter, which are very easy to create and use, Path is

    Accounting/Financial Accounting/ Special Purpose ledger/ Tools/ Report Painter / Report - GRR1

    Then you can group such report in GR51.

    And you can use T-Code - GR55 to run your P&L, BS, Cost Center based reporint, Segment based reporting, Profit Center based reporting.

    Best Luck,

    Nishan Dev

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    • Hello Nishan,

      Fine hearing from you again.

      Well, will be a long way for an SAP freshman like me, to build up such good knowledge as you have.

      I Think I will try to find some documents about the Report Painter.

      Seems to be interesting.

      Regarding to your ,quesition: These are the reports I use for Cost Center reports.

      Yes in OB58 there is the report I have made with FSE2

      Greetings from Austria.

      all the best

      Erwin

  • Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 10:51 PM

    Hi Erwin, the reporting structure in Controlling is different than FI as its for Internal Purposes. In Controlling everything (CC,PC) has to be assigned to Standard Hierarchy. You must define a Standard Hierarchy to define a business process.The standard hierarchy is assigned directly to the controlling area and has itself a set of business process groups assigned to it. It's a tree structure used to organize all business processes of a controlling area. Later, you can use the above T.code OB58 and GR55 (Report Group) to get reports as desired.

    Hope its helpful.

    Regards,

    Sudhakar*

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2012 at 10:56 AM

    Try the S_PL0_86000028 (if New GL is active)

    Céline

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