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Apr 30, 2013 at 04:40 PM

General Valuation Class as a source in Account Assigment Reference

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Hi Expert:

I got an issue regarding AAR, GVC and the CPLTD

I made the customizing to separate the CPLTD inside a Long Term financial transactions. It run ok but I am facing the following problem:

Valuation Area only one

0001 US GAAP

General Valuation Class

01 Short Term Investments

02 Long Term Investments

03 Short Term Liabilities

04 Long Term Liabilities

21 Long term Invest --> Short Term Inv

34 Long Term Liab --> Short Term Liab

Valuation Class

1 Trading

2 Available for Sale

3 Held to Maturity

4 Liabilities

And in TRGV_VAL_CLS_MAP I have the following entries

Valuation Area

General Valuation Class

Valuation Class

0001 US GAAP

01 Short Term Investments

3 Held to Maturity

0001 US GAAP

02 Long Term Investments

3 Held to Maturity

0001 US GAAP

03 Short Term Liabilities

4 Liabilities

0001 US GAAP

04 Long Term Liabilities

4 Liabilities

0001 US GAAP

21 Long term Invest --> Short Term Inv

3 Held to Maturity

0001 US GAAP

34 Long Term Liab --> Short Term Liab

4 Liabilities

So when I have a Loan i.e 55A 200 w/due date in 5 years the GVC "04 Long Term Liabilities" is assigned.

Later when running TPM15M GVC is transfered from 04 to 34 and get 2 positions in the same Financial Transaction,but looking at the table you´ll find that both positions belong to the same valuation class "4 Liabilities"

After that when going to TPM18 to post and even when going to TPM44 (where flows and amounts are ok separated due to positions) the SAME ACCOUNTS are posted --> So to separate the G/L accounts I will need a different Acc Ass Reference

But when going to TPM32 to differenciate the AAR taken GVC into account I am only facing Valuation Area and Valuation Class not the GVC.

As you can see the Transaction belongs to the same and unique Valuation Area (0001 US GAAP) and the same Valuation Class (Liabilities) which I think is the correct way regarding it is the same Transaction!!! (shouldn´t matter if it has a Short Term and a Long Term portions, that is what GVC is for)

Till know I have solved it adapting the entries en the table

Valuation Area

General Valuation Class

Valuation Class

0001 US GAAP

01 Short Term Investments

31 Held to Maturity SHORT Term

0001 US GAAP

02 Long Term Investments

32 Held to Maturity LONG Term

0001 US GAAP

03 Short Term Liabilities

43 Liabilities SHORT Term

0001 US GAAP

04 Long Term Liabilities

44 Liabilities LONG Term

0001 US GAAP

21 Long term Invest --> Short Term Inv

31 Held to Maturity SHORT Term

0001 US GAAP

34 Long Term Liab --> Short Term Liab

43 Liabilities SHORT Term

This solution had made me create 2 extra Valuation Classes, but it is a resumed situation, that is, I have other valuation classes as Trading, Available for Sale, etc which will make me multiply the entries

As said before, it is not the correct way as rarely (or never) a unique fianancial transaction should belong to 2 or more different Valuation Classes

Do you know how to put the GVC as a source in the AAR determination or any other better way to solve it?

rgds

Claudio