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Revenue in COPA

Dear All,

just a small query, how is revenue from sales/service entered in COPA. In my clients system I am able to see the revenue from service account in the PA allocation structure (KEI1) but unable to find any element for revenue from sale of products. what could be the reason ?

pls help.

thanks in advance.

best regds

Subha

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2013 at 07:22 AM

    Dear All,

    Many thanks for the valuable support I am getting from each one of you. As of now I am able to tally the sales revenue account in COPA with FBL3N. Now tha area I am getting stuck is with Delta SD/FI and Delta SD-PCA. The difference showing is just the double and cannot figure out the reason. attached screen shot

    If am able to tally my COPA figure with FBL3n, then can i safely say that the data flow is correct ?

    best regds

    Subha


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    • Dear All,

      while I am trying to actvate the +/- indicator in KE4i, its gives me an error saying Incorrect Entry-> Pls check.

      Incorrect entry -> please check

      Message no. KE327

      Diagnosis

      Condition type JEXD has not been defined. (JEXD has been well defined as i can see, however i donno if theres somewhere else where this needs to be mentioned)

      Procedure

      Use F4 'Possible entries' to display the allowed entries and choose a
      suitable condition type.

      best regds

      Subha

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2013 at 12:39 AM

    Hi,

    It is based on the condtion types which is assinged in KE4I and also Create line items in PA allocation strcutre for revenue or what you need, and assing relevant cost eleemtn or group.The same you need to assign value field. It means the relevant cost element assinged in this line it will update in that assignment field.

    Hope it will helpful.

    Thanks.

    S.Sivakumar.

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2013 at 04:08 AM

    Hi

    May be because revenue from sale of products flows from SD and the revenue from services is a manual FI posting

    You need to check with your SD team on this.. You can also check in KE24 for previoua year periods... Check whether Value field for Service assigned in KEI1 has only Record Type B entries of Rec Type F

    br, Ajay M

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2013 at 12:04 PM

    Dear All,

    pls help me somebody. theres a sale of product account which is receiving all the sales entry thru VF11. however this account is no where maintained in VKOA. cant understand how the data is flowing. I really need to understand how the data is flowing upto the COPA region. pretty difficult! 😊

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2013 at 04:53 PM

    Please, Keep in mind:

    1 First. If your COPA is Costing-based it means that you do not have accounts in COPA. So it is not going to be straight forward the reconcilliation between COPA value fields and balance of cost elements (revenue accounts).

    2 To help you reconcile COPA values with FI values (PCA or GL) you can use transaction KEAT. At bill level, Profit center level, period level,....

    3 If the account posted in FI is not the one you would like then it is not a COPA issue, is a SD/GL issue that you shoud solve in SD customizing.

    Regards

    Juanjo

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