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Submitted To: Prepared By: Mr. Bharat Jain Sonia Punshi Webcom Technologies Sonia_punshi_2009@yahoo.in
New Delhi DBS/08-10/S-335 Internal Guide: July 08-10 Mrs. Sweta Seth (Sr. Lecture IT) 4th SEM
Delhi Business School B-II/58, M.C.I.E., Mathura Road, New Delhi, Website: www.dbs.edu.in
I would like to express my gratitude to all those who gave me the possibilities to complete this Project. I would like to thank Dr. Grish Kathuria (Director) and Mrs. Sweta Seth, Delhi Business School, New Delhi, Mr. Bharat SAP Consultant, Webcom Technologies, New Delhi and college authorities first for providing me the opportunity to work with one the prestigious organization. With a deep sense of gratitude and humble submission I would like to express my heartiest gratefulness to my Faculty Guide Delhi Business School , whose help, stimulating suggestions and encouragement helped me in all the times of research for and writing of this Project.
I hereby declare that the project report entitled “FI & CO PROJECT” is the produce of my sincere effort. This Summer Internship Project Report is being submitted by me at WEBCOM TECHNOLOGIES, New Delhi, for the partial fulfillment of the course PGP (Industry Integrated), and the report has not been submitted to any other educational institutions for any other purpose.
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SAP IN FICO MODULE 9 4.2: DEFINE COMPANY CODE 25 11.1: DEFINE COMPANY 24 11.5: ASSIGN COMPANY CODE TO FSY 30 11. LOGGING ON TO THE SYSTEM 18 9. COMPARISON OF SAP WITH COMPETITORS 16 8.7: OPEN & CLOSE POSTING PERIOD 32 5| Page .3: ASSIGN COMPANY CODE TO COMPANY 27 11. SAP INTRODUCTION 6 2. LANDSCAPE 12 6. ASAP METHODOLOGY 14 7.4: DEFINE FISCAL YEAR VARIANT 28 11. R3 8 3.6: DEFINE POSTING PERIOD VARIANT 31 11. LOGON SCREEN FOR AN SAP SYSTEM 19 10.1.SCREEN STRUCTURE 20 11. ADVANTAGES OF SAP 10 5.ENTERPRISE STRUCTURE OF SAP FICO 22 11.
1: DEFINE CHART OF ACCOUNT AS PER INDIAN REQUIREMENTS 38 13. DEFINE DOCUMENT NUMBER RANGE 34 12. TAX PROCEDURE 45 17. DEFINE TOLERANCE GROUPS FOR G/L ACCOUNTS 42 16. DEFINE ACCOUNT GROUPS 40 15.11.1: DEFINE TOLERANCE GROUPS FOR EMPLOYEES 43 17.2: ASSIGN COMPANY CODE TO FIELD STATUS VARIANT 37 13. CHART OF ACCOUNT 38 13. DEFINE RETAINED EARNING ACCOUNT 41 16.1: DEFINE FIELD STATUS GROUP 35 12.2: ASSIGN COMPANY CODE TO CHARTS OF ACCOUNTS 39 14.1: DEFINE TAX PROCEDURE AS PER INDIAN LEGAL REQUIREMENTS 45 6| Page .8: ASSIGN COMPANY CODE TO POSTING PERIOD VARIANT 33 12.
1: BALANCE CAARY FORWARD LEDGER 101 7| Page .17. UNDER & OVER PAYMENT 61 24. DEFINE TAX ACCOUNT 48 19. DEFINE TERMS OF PAYMENT 64 27. DEFINE TAX CODE 50 20. DEFINE CUSTOMER ACCOUNT GROUPS 52 21. INTEREST CALCULATION 88 31. TO LINK OVER/UNDER PAYMENT G/L TO CHART OF ACCOUNTS 62 25. CASH DISCOUNT 63 26. DEFINE VENDOR ACCOUNT GROUPS 58 23. INVOICE ENTRIES OF ALL TRANSACTIONS 94 33. PARK ENTRY 68 28.2: ASSIGN COUNTRY INDIA TO TAX PROCEDURE 47 18. AUTOMATIC PAYMENT PROGRAMME TO VENDOR 79 30. DUNNING PROCEDURE 71 29. CARRY FORWARD RECEIVABLE/PAYABLE 99 33. DEFINE CONTROLLING AREA 92 32. CREATION OF CUSTOMER 54 22.
DEFINE FINANCIAL STATEMENT VERSIONS 102 34.1: TO SEE THE FINANCIAL BALANCE SHEET 104 8| Page .34.
The company makes its first appearance at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover. Hasso Plattner. earlier than expected. By the middle of the decade. Revenues reach DM 100 million (around $52 million). The 1980s: Rapid Growth SAP moves into the company's first building on Max-Planck-Strasse in an industrial park in Walldorf.1. 9| Page . Hans-Werner Hector. Fifty of the 100 largest German industrial firms are already SAP customers. and Claus Wellenreuther – launch a company called Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing in Mannheim. near Heidelberg. SAP GmbH becomes SAP AG. in Austria. SAP founds its first sales organization outside Germany. The 1970s: A Real-Time Vision In 1972.2 million shares are listed on the Frankfurt and Stuttgart stock exchanges. In August 1988. SAP designs SAP R/2 to handle different languages and currencies." "R" stands for real-time data processing. Germany. Klaus Tschira. forming the basis for the continuous development of other software components in what later came to be known as the "R/1 system. Starting on November 4. With this and other innovations in SAP R/2. The SAP R/2 system attains the high level of stability of the previous generation of programs. The head office is in Walldorf. 1. Germany. SAP (SYSTEM APPLICATION & PROGRAM IN DATA PROCESSING): Introduction: SAP is the name of the biggest European software company. intensive examination of SAP's IBM database and dialog control system leads to the birth of SAP R/2. By the end of the decade. SAP sees rapid growth. Their vision: to develop standard application software for real-time business processing. Keeping in mind its multinational customers. Our software development area and its 50 terminals are all now under one roof. the first financial accounting software is complete. One year later. five former IBM employees – Dietmar Hopp. Germany.
A growing number of subsidiaries are managed out of Walldorf. manager magazine. and CEO announces the mySAP. Hasso Plattner. and user interface. the user becomes the focus of software applications. Co-Founder. names SAP its Company of the Year – a distinction we would receive twice more in the next few years. In our twentieth year. We continue to strengthen our industry focus and build more and more industry-specific solutions. our business outside Germany exceeds 50 percent of total sales for the first time. Co-Chairman. With the founding of subsidiaries in Denmark. and the ability to run on computers from different vendors meets with overwhelming approval. and the United States. SAP develops SAP Workplace and paves the way for the idea of an enterprise portal and role-specific access to information. SAP R/3 has been installed in more than 9. MySAP. application. more than 12 million users work each day with SAP solutions. The 1990s: A New Approach to Software and Solutions SAP R/3 is unleashed on the market. the largest stock exchange in the world. Currently. To this day.400 certified partners.com links e-commerce solutions to existing ERP applications. over 25 industry-specific business solutions. using state-of-the-art Web technology.000 installations worldwide. uniform appearance of graphical interfaces. and more than 75.000 systems worldwide. There are now 140. SAP celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary in 1997 and now employs approximately 12. 10 | P a g e .089 new SAP R/3 customers. It symbolizes the global success of the company. heralding the beginning of a new direction for the company and our product portfolio. More than 2. SAP ushers in a new generation of enterprise software – from mainframe computing to the three-tier architecture of database. On August 3. The 2000s: Innovation for the New Millennium With the Internet. 1998.900 people. the letters S-A-P appear for the first time on the Big Board at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).000 customers in 120 countries. the client-server architecture is the standard in business software. Henning Kagermann becomes Co-Chairman and CEO of SAP AG with Hasso Plattner. By 1996. Italy. As the decade draws to a close. SAP is the world's thirdlargest independent software vendor. consistent use of relational databases. The client-server concept. the company has earned 1. At the end of the year. Sweden.Germany's renowned business journal. SAP's international expansion takes a leap forward. The new Sales and Development Center in Walldorf officially opens it doors. With SAP R/3.com strategy.
A sales representative can initiate the workflow for a sales order by filling out an electronic form on a laptop that will be "translated" into input for the R/3 system. human resource management. What Is R3? R/3 is the comprehensive set of integrated business applications from SAP. 2. A recent release of R/3 makes it possible to get to the R/3 database and applications through Internet access and Web browsers. information. the German company that states it is the market and technology leader in business application software. production operation. SAP is providing our customers with solutions for end-to-end business processes. The Web implementation adheres to the Workflow Client API standard of the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC). R/2. which is still in use.With service-oriented architecture and the underlying integration and application platform SAP Net Weaver. and processes within the company and beyond. and process in many ways corporate data for financial analysis. analyze. A more recent version of R/3 adds features designed to speed product delivery by helping to manage the supply chain. your company can integrate people. retrieve. and most other business processes. Other interfaces such as Lotus Notes can also be used. 11 | P a g e . With SAP Net Weaver. R/3 uses the client/server model and provides the ability to store. R/3 replaced an earlier system.
This is the module which helps you optimize your financial processes easily.3. Sap in FICO Module: SAP FI CO stands for financing and costing. So that if anyone want to check the data it can do it Financial Accounting is broken down into the following sub modules: • • • • • • General Ledger accounting Accounts Receivable Accounts Payable Legal Consolidations Special Purpose ledger Asset Accounting Controlling is broken down into the following sub modules: • • • • Overhead Cost Controlling Product Cost Controlling Sales and Profitability Analysis Activity Based Costing 12 | P a g e .
• Real-Time Information: The R/3 System’s ability to “drill down” to whatever level of detail you need is legendary. continually evolving businesses. With the R/3 System you get the “best of breed” for all common business processes. • Enterprise-wide three-tiered architecture: The R/3 System remains the only enterprise-wide. • Flexible Structure: Whether in a departmental organization or on the warehouse or factory floor. promoting data access. If you need or want to fine tune or tailor your R/3 System. change is the only facet of your business that will not vary. Transaction-related process chains trigger the next activity as needed from engineering to materials management. SAP developed most of the R/3 System’s functionality in close cooperation with these customers. • Enterprise-Wide Integration: SAP’s enterprise-wide R/3 System solutions meet the needs of constantly changing. 13 | P a g e . You do not need to compromise on flexibility. The R/3 System’s full integration pulls your enterprise together. • Best of Breed: Users want standard software as well as standard business processes and guidance on how to implement them successfully. • Individual Solutions: System-controlled customizing procedures allow you to create solutions from a wide variety of prepared application variants to satisfy individual requirements. and productivity. to production planning. Adaptability must be universal. real-time information wherever and whenever you need it. flexibility. • User Friendliness: The R/3 System has a uniform graphical user interface for all application areas.1. More than any other product. Nine of the top ten Fortune 500 companies use SAP software. it has integrated the best business practices of the world’s most successful companies into the R/3 System. pragmatic and well documented. to sales and distribution. Advantages of SAP: Functionality: The R/3 System offers you a software solution that covers all commercial processes and transactions commonly occurring in a company or group of companies. No other product or suite of products provides the R/3 System’s functional links between processes that multiply the power of each person’s work. The R/3 System’s business processes are flexible. the R/3 System provides up-to-the-minute. • Mission-Critical Business Processes: SAP has more than 20 years of experience designing sophisticated application software for backbone and mission critical business processes. Consequently. • Integration: All work processes within a company or group of companies are linked through data and functions using the R/3 System. and the R/3 System’s flexible structure and extensive integration helps make that easier. The R/3 System’s application components are fully integrated. Today they form a widely acknowledged standard for Business Process Reengineering (BPR). the capability is there.
• Lean Implementation: The R/3 System promotes lean implementation through its modular structure. • Concurrent engineering: Concurrent engineering cuts time-to-market by stacking up business processes whenever functions can take place concurrently rather than consecutively. If you change any data. • Desktop Integration: Desktop integration in the R/3 System means that whenever you want data moved into a desktop PC application. Gradually adding functionality makes core solutions available sooner without sacrificing long-term application muscle. freedom of application component choice and the ability to change and add to the system as your organization grows. Tools on various system levels allow you to fine tune all R/3 System functional modules. Download or export a file to your PC’s hard drive and then open it in your favorite spreadsheet or word processor. including the World-Wide Web. and desktop presentation. The development of the Internet. No awkward or failure-prone communications between hardware or to hinder hinders your productivity • Online Integrated Graphics: Online integrated graphics in the R/3 System save you time and effort. Once running. you can instantly see it affect the graphics you have selected. while making your information more meaningful. new users bring the full power of the R/3 System to address their business issues with great speed. the R/3 System makes it easy to add more functional pieces. The R/3 System’s three-tiered client/server architecture separates the system into areas devoted to database.three-tiered architecture. The R/3 System’s flexibility and integration help you form the real-time workflow application links required for concurrent engineering. You can also use your mouse to change graphics manually. From most locations in the R/3 System. By selecting key portions of the R/3 System for first-time implementation. and minimizing customization. it is a mouse-click away. 14 | P a g e . at a reasonable cost. promises to make dramatic changes in communications between businesses and customers. This structure promotes maximum flexibility. you can instantly create full-color 2-D or 3-D graphics from your data. application functionality. SAP is working with several partners to develop enhanced Internet extensions for the R/3 System.
configuration/changes are first made in the Development system. The essence of the sandbox is to test the configuration of the business processes of a company.Sandbox can also exit separately. it is important to state that a test system . Pipeline is the environment where the configuration in the development system is moved to the quality assurance system and finally to the production system. the objective to enhance "configuration pipeline management". in an SAP environment. Quality Assurance Server-QAS and the Production ServerPROD. Landscape: They system landscape basically is the set-up or arrangement of your SAP servers. This kind of set-up is not primarily designed to serve as server clusters in case of system failure. thoroughly tested in the Quality Assurance system before been loaded into the production (Live) system. A three-system landscape consists of the Development Server-DEV. Suffice to say that. The whole idea is to ensure that the configuration of these systems is in sync at any point in time. a three-system landscape exists. Transport management system is the coordination of the movement of objects and configuration changes from the 15 | P a g e .5. Ideally. even after go-live. A typical SAP Three-System Landscape. At this juncture. It can also serve as a practice environment. especially at the inception of the project (before the Business Blue Print is signed). This approach throws up the transport management system concept.
After you have done that. Immediately lock the system back by changing the global setting option to "not modifiable" using transaction SE03. Note that transaction SCC4 can also be used to lock the system so that client dependent and independent configuration changes are not carried out directly on the production system. At times.production. In such rare cases. unlock the system by changing the global setting option to "modifiable" using transaction SE03. effect the change(s) on the system. this sequence of movement is not possible. your system must have been configured to "not modifiable" (a system locking strategy that enforces the three-system landscape change transport rule).development system to the Quality Assurance system and then to the Production system. 16 | P a g e . Very likely. objectively confirm that the change transport cannot be performed. the SAP system landscape ensures that the integrity of data is enhanced via enforcing a controlled configuration changes effect on the target system . especially in cases where an SAP note mandates that changes be made directly on the production system. By and large. Replicate the changes on the other system.
Usually the sales people along with project manager do it. Realization phase: Here you do the configuration in the development server (there are three clients -development. It is a good practice to ask the BPO to make flow charts to explain business processes. reports and forms at this stage and you analyses how and when the reports/forms are generated. Look at the project scope document carefully it will tell you what SAP sub-modules in SAP you should be prepared for. Business blueprint: Here the as-is and to-be and gap analysis is explained.e. which sub modules are to be implemented some clients may not require credit management for example. You also decide on the master data format. You also do a Level -2 training for your BPO so he is made aware of all the required transactions in SAP. quality. so that BPO can go collect the master data. reports etc. Unit testing: Your BPOs and a few key users sit down and test your configuration in your module only. where the data is coming from. This is the document that you will be using to do your configuration in the realization phase. It is good to test the BDCs that you need for uploading data at this stage so you have more realistic data and your BDCs are tested.6. You also Gove ABAP specifications for forms. As is .Here you understand the existing business processes of the client. ASAP Methodology: (Accelerated Systems Application and Products in Data Processing) All implementation projects have the following phases: Scoping: What is to be implemented i. Your BPO collect all the ISO-documentation (if client is ISO certified). production). 17 | P a g e . This is crucial because if you miss out any transactions the BPO may forget about some of his Business processes which may come up later. Once this is over BPO can start learning with the consultants help more about SAP. system modifications etc.
Goes live preparation Data uploading: The collected master data is checked and the uploaded into production server (server and client I have used interchangeably). 7.Integration testing: Once all modules unit testing is over then the configuration is transported to the Quality server. Once all is okay from the QA server configuration is transported to the production server. users can now use the production server. Comparison of SAP with competitors 18 | P a g e . Now you are ready for go live i. this is to check if any problems are there in integration between various modules. where testing for all the modules is done by BPOs and end user.e.
Pennsylvania). and the increasing integration of SAP applications with Microsoft products (such as Microsoft SQL Server. In something of a departure from its usual organic growth. which represents Europe. Oracle. In addition. Middle East and Africa. Oracle is the main competitor of SAP.8Bn. the majority of SAP's customers use Oracle databases. SAP is the largest software enterprise in Europe and the fourth largest software enterprise in the world as of 2009.SAP is a German software development and consulting corporation. SAP operates a network of 115 subsidiaries. a competitor to Oracle Database). Oracle and SAP continue their cooperation. and with a variety of national packages such as those sold by Sage in many countries around the world. 19 | P a g e . Competitors SAP Business one competes with Microsoft Dynamics globally. Despite the current SAP partnership with Microsoft. Canada. It operates in three geographic regions – EMEA. rather than as substitutes. on 7 October 2007. Turkey. and Asia Pacific Japan (APJ). headquartered in Newtown Square. the Americas (SAP America. Headquartered in Walldorf. beginning with the integration of SAP's R/3 enterprise application suite with Oracle's relational database products. which represents both North America and Latin America. and North America. Bulgaria.com (CRM only) offer similar functionality in web based applications. Recently new competitors with online offerings have emerged in the marketplace. with regional offices around the world. According to Oracle Corporation. India and parts of Asia. the market leader in business intelligence software. Companies such as Net Suite (CRM & ERP) and Salesforce. which represents Japan. Germany. which has been spending US$20 billion since 2004 acquiring 30 smaller competitors. Australia. for $6. The marketplace regarded the two firms' products as complementing one another. SAP was able to increase its annual profits by 370% since 2002. SAP claims to grow organically in contrast to its main rival. Hungary. Israel. The company's best known product is its SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (SAP ERP) software. SAP announced that it would acquire Business Objects. China. which provides enterprise software applications and support to businesses of all sizes globally. Oracle and SAP From 1988 Oracle Corporation and the German company SAP AG had a decade-long history of cooperation. Business and markets SAP is the world's largest business software company and the third-largest independent software provider in terms of revenues (as of 2007). India. and has R&D facilities around the globe in Germany.
where one party would frequently voice strong negative comments about the other company. however. The complaint alleged that Tomorrow Now. Oracle Corporation would resort to a similar strategy. 2007. competition between Oracle and SAP has increased. Currently[update] Oracle and SAP also compete in the third-party enterprise-software maintenance and support market (the latter through its recently acquired subsidiary Tomorrow Now). no. most notably those of PeopleSoft. However." Additionally. by advising SAP customers to get "OFF SAP" (a play on the words of the acronym for its middleware platform "Oracle Fusion for SAP"). Oracle had already released Oracle Financials).In recent[update] years. which provides discount support for legacy Oracle product lines. In 2004 Oracle began to increase its interest in the enterprise-applications market (in 1989. A series of acquisitions by Oracle Corporation began. and saw an opportunity to lure in customers from those companies that Oracle Corporation had acquired. 2007. We regret very much that this occurred. 1 2 20 | P a g e Vendor SAP Oracle Applications Revenue (million$) 1949 1374 Market share (%) 30. SAP would offer those customers special discounts on the licenses for its enterprise applications. used the accounts of former Oracle customers to systematically download patches and support documents from Oracle's website and to appropriate them for SAP's use. and also by providing special discounts on licenses and services to SAP customers who chose Oracle Corporation products. SAP's CEO Henning Kagermann stated that "Even a single inappropriate download is unacceptable from my perspective. the rivalry between the two companies has grown. and as a result. SAP admitted that Tomorrow Now employees had made "inappropriate downloads" from the Oracle support web site. Some analysts have suggested the suit could form part of a strategy by Oracle Corporation to decrease competition with SAP in the market for third-party enterprise software maintenance and support. SAP announced that it had "instituted changes" in Tomorrow Now's operational oversight. Market share according to Gartner Dataquest Sr. Siebel Systems and Hyperion. even developing into a feud between the co-founders of the two companies. Oracle filed a suit against SAP.33 21. On March 22. SAP recognized that Oracle had started to become a competitor in a market where SAP had the leadership. On July 3. it claims that SAP personnel and SAP customers had no access to Oracle intellectual property via Tomorrow Now.38 .
you never need to do this. During logon. 21 | P a g e . accessible using a general front-end program. Theoretically. Logging on to the System You can access SAP systems using front-end programs with a variety of designs. When you call up SAP Logon.3 4 5 The Sage Group Microsoft Dynamics SSA Technologies Global 1121 916 464 17.44 14. SAP provides another program: SAP Logon.25 7. The SAP GUI is the standard program for accessing almost all SAP solutions.22 8. Several variants of the SAP GUI are available. these variants are all graphically equivalent. For the sake of simplicity. For starting SAP GUI. for example. This file is normally preconfigured centrally and made available to end users. the front end for the SAP Business Information Warehouse (SAP BW) is the Business Explorer (BEx). you can specify the SAP system required at the command-line level when calling the SAP GUI program. in practice.ini. the SAP Logon program also enables logon load distribution using there sources available for the system selected. All SAP solutions are. but adapted for use in different environments. This list derives from a file on the front-end computer: saplogon. it displays a list of SAP systems for which you can start the logon process. the SAP GUI (Graphical User Interface). further descriptions refer to the SAP GUI for the Windows environment. however. The SAP GUI program connects the front-end computer with a specific SAP system.
The logon screen for an SAP system 22 | P a g e . The number of installed languages determines which languages your system supports.When logging on to an SAP system. you will be prompted to enter the following information: user and password. you may not need to enter this information. Your system administrator can add additional text to your logon screen. SAP systems can support a large number of languages. When logging on. 9. at the most once per day. you can select a logon language supported by that system. If you have implemented a SingleSignOn (SSO) solution. You also have the option of specifying a client when logging on. the client field usually already contains an appropriate default value. On the logon screen. the minimum being English and one other selected language. you also have the option of using the new password pushbutton to change your password.
The data for a particular user within a client is called the user master record. this screen is also known as the SAP EASY ACCESS SCREEN. log on to client 800 in your system. 23 | P a g e . If the same user logs on more than once.User data is stored in the system by client. the system displays a warning message that offers the user the following three options: • • • Continue with this logon and end any other logons in the system Continue with this logon without ending any other logons in the system (this is Logged) Terminate this Logon Once you have logged on successfully. you can. then for each subsequent logon. the initial screen of the SAP system appears.7. but you will not have a user for client 200. This is for reasons of both security and licensing. even if your system has a client 810. Multiple logons are logged as of SAP R/3 4. for instance. that is.
followed by the Defaults tab page. Please note that the graphic is stored in the system and transported to the front end every time a user logs on. You will then see this screen with the data for your own user: 24 | P a g e . the graphic should not exceed 20 KB. choosing System → User profile → Own data. Although it is transported in compressed form. You can find a detailed description of how to configure the graphic in SAP Easy Access under Extras → Administration information (if you have the correct authorization). or by using Extras → Settings in the SAP Easy Access screen. Screen Structure The SAP Easy Access screen is the default initial screen in SAP systems. for example. The left side of the screen contains a tree hierarchy of the menus available to you in the SAP system. You can display a typical screen (with various elements) by. You can also prevent the graphic from being displayed by either choosing the setting Low Speed Connection in the SAP Logon program (see SAP Note 161053).6. you can use the right side of the screen to display your company logo. This graphic is made available centrally by your system administrator and cannot be customized by individual users.
or in the application itself under System → Status.An SAP screen can contain the following simple screen elements: • • Command field: you can start applications directly by entering their transaction code in the command field (this is hidden as default). Menu bar: the menu bar is the top line of any primary window in the SAP system. The menus shown here depend on which application you are in. You can find the transaction code for an application either in the overview menu on the SAP Easy Access screen. 25 | P a g e . These menus may also contain cascading menus. in the status bar (see below).
for example. Status bar: the status bar displays information on the current system status. pushbuttons that you cannot use on that screen are deactivated. Title bar: the title bar names the function that you are currently in. Other elements include. You can also change the display variant to show.• • • • • • Standard toolbar: The pushbuttons in the standard toolbar are shown on every SAP screen. Checkboxes: checkboxes allow you to select several options from a group of fields. It consists of some organizational units which. Application toolbar: this shows the pushbuttons available in the application that you are currently in. for example. Organizational units include legal company entities. Tab: this allows you to organize several screen areas to improve clarity. Its flexibility can integrate the structure of an enterprise by linking its organizational unit. the system displays a flag with the name or function of the pushbutton. If you place the cursor over a pushbutton for a short time. the corresponding function key setting is also displayed. or to several modules (such as a plant assigned to Materials Management (MM) and Production Planning (PP) module). If appropriate. input fields and pushbuttons. Organizational units may be assigned to a single module (such as a sales organization assigned to Sales and Distribution (SD) module. etc. Organizational units handle specific business functions. for legal reason or for other specific business-related reason or purposes. such as warnings and errors. sales offices. 26 | P a g e . it will affect many things such as how to perform a transaction and generate reports on SAP system. If they are not available in an application. are grouped together. Once the design is determined. the transaction code of the transaction you are currently in. profit centers. The design is mainly determined by the business scenarios performed in an enterprise. Enterprise structure design is a fundamental process in a SAP implementation project. ENTERPRISE STRUCTURE OF SAP FICO SAP enterprise structure is organizational structure that represents an enterprise in SAP R/3 system. SAP R/3 system can represent a complex enterprise structure. 6.
In SAP. A Company Code is a unit included in the balance sheet of a legally-independent enterprise. In SAP. required by law. The Company Code is the smallest organizational unit for which we can have an independent accounting department within external accounting. Usually there is a 1:1 relationship between the controlling area and the • 27 | P a g e . The client can be an enterprise group with several subsidiaries. a company within a corporate group (client).• A Client is the highest-level element of all organizational units in SAP R/3 system. It is the central organizational element of Financial Accounting. a client is represented by a unique 3-digit number. and vendors master data). We can set up several company codes in one client in order to manage various separate legal entities simultaneously. in FICO module there is also another important organizational unit which is Controlling Area. are created at company code level. for example. each with their own balanced set of financial books. Besides company code. An SAP client has its own master data (Data which is used long-term in the R/3 System for several business processes such as customers. materials. The Controlling Area is the business unit where Cost Accounting is carried out. At least there is one company code in a client. Balance sheets and Profit and Loss statements. a company code is represented by a unique 4-digit alpha-numeric for a specific client.
Production Planning (PP). A plant is assigned to one company code. Plant is used in Material Management (MM). and Plant Maintenance (PM) module. A Storage Location is a storage area comprising warehouses in close proximity. • A plant is the place of production or simply a collection of several locations of material stocks in close physical proximity. Material stocks can be differentiated within one plant according to storage location (inventory management).1: Define Company Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Select 28 | P a g e Enterprise Structure → Definition → Financial Accounting → Define Company OX15 SONIA PUNSHI . • Enterprise Structure 11.company code. Storage locations are always created for a plant. For the purpose of company-wide cost accounting. A Storage Location is represented by a unique 4-digit alpha-numeric for a specific plant. one controlling area can handle cost accounting for several company codes in one enterprise. A plant is represented by a unique 4-digit alphanumeric for a specific client.
2: Define Company Code Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date 1.Data provided: Field Name Company Company Name Name of Company 2 Street Postal Code City Country Language Key Currency Description Company Company Name Name of Company 2 Street Postal Code City Country Language Key Currency User Action and Values SP04 Sonia Punshi Sri Ganganagar 335001 Delhi India En INR Note 11. Copy. Check Company Code → Edit Company Code Data OX02 SONIA PUNSHI . Choose 29 | P a g e Enterprise Structure → Definition → Financial Accounting → Edit. Delete.
Choose Address or press Shift+F5 to enter the address details of the company code: 3.Data provided: Field Name Company Code Company Name City Country Currency Language Description Company Code Company Name City Country Currency Language User Action and Values SP04 Sonia Punshi Delhi IN INR EN Note 2. Update the following: Field Name Title Name 30 | P a g e Description Title Name User Action and Values Company Sonia Punshi Notes Choose appropriate Title Enter the value .
Sonia Punshi D-83.Search Term Street House number Postal code City Country Region Time zone Jurisdiction Code Language Telephone No. Search Term Street House number Postal code City Country Region Time zone Jurisdiction Code Language Telephone No. Result Company code SP04 is created. 11.3Assign Company Code to Company 31 | P a g e . Sector-2 201301 Delhi IN 30 India English 129-4135956 Enter the value Enter the value Enter the value Enter the value Enter the value Leave it Blank Enter the value Click on Green tick and Save the Document.
Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: No. 1 Co Code SP04 Company SONIA PUNSHI Enterprise Structure → Assignment → Financial Accounting → Assign company code to company OX16 SONIA PUNSHI
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Result: Company code SP04 is assigned to company SP04.
11.4Define Fiscal Year Variant
Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting (New) → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Ledgers → Fiscal Year and Posting Periods → Maintain Fiscal Year Variant (Maintain Shortened Fiscal Year) OB29 SONIA PUNSHI
Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose Data provided: FV SA
Description Apr.- March
No. of Posting Period No. of Special Period 12 4
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Click on New entries and fill the data as above and press enter and select fiscal year variant and double click on periods to enter the following fiscal year detail. Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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Day 31 28 31 30 31 30 31 31 30
Period 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6
Year shift -1 -1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Save the entries and back. Result: Fiscal Year Variant SA is created for the company code SP04 35 | P a g e .10 11 12 31 30 31 7 8 9 0 0 0 Year Shift: Save year select 0 and Next year select -1.
11.5: Assign Company Code to Fiscal Year Variant Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting (New) → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Ledgers → Fiscal Year and Posting Periods → Assign Company Code to a Fiscal Year Variant OB37 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: On the Change view “Posting Periods: Define Variants” Overview screen. make the following entries. Field Name Variant Name Description Variant Key Name of the Variant User Action and Values SP04 SA Note Enter the input value Enter the input value 36 | P a g e .
Click on position write the company code and select your fiscal year and save the entries 11.6: Define Posting Period Variant Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Ledgers → Fiscal Year and Posting Periods → Posting Periods → Define Posting Period OBBO SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose 37 | P a g e .
Result: Posting Period Variant SP04 is created.7: Open & Close Posting Periods Function / Object / Organizational element 38 | P a g e . 11.Data provided: Variant: SP04 NAME: Posting Period variant Save the entries.
Year A/c A/c Per Per Per 2 1 2 SP04 + 12 2010 12 2010 13 2008 To Per 2 16 Year 2010 Save the entry. Result: Posting periods have been maintained for variant SP04. make the following entries.IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Ledgers → Fiscal Year and Posting Periods → Posting Periods → Open and Close Posting Periods OB52 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose Data provided: On the Open and Close Posting Periods screen. Var. To Fr Year To Year Fr. 39 | P a g e . A Fr.
make the following entries. Code Variant Description Company Code Key Posting Period Key User Action and Values SP04 SP04 Note 40 | P a g e .8: Assign Company Code to Posting Period Variant Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Ledgers → Fiscal Year and Posting Periods → Posting Periods → Assign Variants to Company Code OBBP SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Click on position.11. Field Name Co. Data provided: On the “Assign Company Code to Posting Period Variants” Overview screen.
12.Save the document. Define Document Number Range Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Document → Document Number Ranges → Documents in Entry View → Define Document Number Ranges for Entry View FBN1 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: 41 | P a g e .
make the following entries by Selecting Insert Interval push button or press Shift+F1 Result: Document number range has been created for company code SP04. 12. On the Maintain Number Range Intervals screen.1. On the number Range for Accounting Documents screen. enter the company code 5001 and select the Change Intervals. 2.1: Define Field Status Group Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date 42 | P a g e Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Ledgers → Fields → Define Field Status Variants OBC4 SONIA PUNSHI .
Choose Data Provided: FSYV: SK Field status name: Field Status Variant Enter the document. Then double click on Field Status Group Field Status Group 43 | P a g e Text .
1234 4567 7890 0123 Assets Liability Revenue Expenses Save the entries. 44 | P a g e .
make the following entries. stat.Cd Company Name City Fld.2: Assign Company Code to Field Status Variant Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Ledgers → Fields → Assign Company Code to Field Status Variants OBC5 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Click on position Data Provided: On the “Assign Company Code to Field Status Variant”: Overview screen. var. Description Company Code Key Name of the Company Code Field Status Variant Key User Action and Values SP04 SONIA PUNSHI DELHI SP04 Note Defaulted Defaulted Defaulted Assign the Field Status Variant which is maintained 45 | P a g e . Field Name Co.12.
13.1: Define Chart of Accounts as per Indian Requirements Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose Data provided: On the Change View “List of All Chart of Accounts”: Overview screen. Chart of Account 13. enter following data: Field Name Chart of Accts 46 | P a g e Financial Accounting → General Ledger Accounting (New) → Master Data → G/L Accounts → Preparations → Edit Chart of Accounts List OB13 SONIA PUNSHI Description Chart of Account ID User Action and Values SA Note .
Description Maintain Language Length of GL account number Controlling Integration Group Chart of Accts Status-Blocked Chart of Account Description Chart of Account maintenance language No of Digits of GL Account Code Chart of accounts EN – English 6 Check Check for the No. of Digits for the GL Creation of Cost Element Cost Elements Assignment of Group Chart of Account Blocking for creation of new GL Accounts Unchecked 13.2: Assign Company Code to Chart of Accounts Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Click on position 47 | P a g e Financial Accounting → General Ledger Accounting (New) Master Data → G/L Accounts → Preparations → Assign Company Code to Chart of Accounts OB62 SONIA PUNSHI .
Cty Ch/ act. On the “Change view “Assign Company Code -> Chart of Accounts”: Overview screen.Data provided: 1. 14. make the following entries: Field Name Company Code Company name City Chrt/Act. Define Account Groups Function / Object / Organizational element 48 | P a g e . Description Company Code Company Code Description City Chart of Accounts Country specific Chart of Accounts User Action and Values SP04 Sonia Punshi Delhi SA Note Display Display Display Input the Value Leave Blank Save the Document Result: Chart of Accounts SA has been assigned to company code SP04.
Chart of Account SP04 SP04 SP04 SP04 Account Group 1 2 3 4 Name Asset Liability Expenses Revenue From Account 1 1001 2001 3001 To Account 1000 2000 3000 4000 49 | P a g e . The following entries should be maintained for chart of account LOI on Change View” G/L Accounts Groups”: Overview screen.IMG Menu Financial Accounting → General Ledger Accounting (New) Master Data → G/L Accounts → Preparations → Define Account Group OBD4 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose Data provided: 1.
Save the entries. Field Name Chart of Accounts Transaction P&L statement Account Type Account Description Chart of Accounts Transaction Symbol to identification of P & L statement Account Type General Ledger Account User Action & Values SA BIL X Note Enter Chart of Account SP04 Defaulted and in display Will be assigned to all Expenses and Revenue GL Accounts System will carry forward the Profit or Financial Accounting → General Ledger Accounting (New) Master Data → G/L Accounts → Preparations → Define Retained Earnings Account OB53 SONIA PUNSHI 200004 50 | P a g e . the system carries forward the balance of the P&L account to the retained earnings account. 15. At the end of a fiscal year. The following entries maintained for Chat of Account ZCAI on Maintain FI Configuration: Automatic Posting – Accounts screen. Define Retained Earnings Account Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose Data provided: Assign a retained earnings account to each P&L account by specifying a P&L statement account type in the chart of accounts area. Retained Earnings account is specific to the Chart of Account.
51 | P a g e . Define Tolerance Groups for G/L Accounts Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → General Ledger Accounting (New) → Business Transactions → Open Item Clearing → Clearing Differences → Define Tolerance Groups for G/L Accounts OBA0 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose Data provided: Enter company code as SP04 and tolerance group description as default. 16.Save the entries Result: Retained Earnings account has been created.
1: Define Tolerance Groups for Employees Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → General Ledger Accounting (New) → Business Transactions → Open Item Clearing → Clearing Differences → Define Tolerance Groups for Employees OBA4 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date 52 | P a g e .Save the document entries. Result: Tolerance Group for G/L account is maintained for company code SP04 16.
00. In this activity. On the Change view “FI Tolerance Groups for Users”: Overview screen. No value to be entered SAM INR 5. make the following entries: Field Name Group Company code Currency Amount per document Amount per open item account item Cash discount per line item Amount Percent Cash discount Adj. select 3.000 10. to Description User Action and Values Keep blank.000 5.00 Revenue:1% Expense: 1% Revenue: Nil Expense: Nil Note Defaulted from Company Code 53 | P a g e . On the New Entries: Details of Added Entries screen. you predefine various amount limits for your employees with which you determine: • The maximum document amount the employee is authorized to post • The maximum amount the employee can enter as a line item in a customer or vendor account • The maximum cash discount percentage the employee can grant in a line item • The maximum acceptable tolerance for payment differences for the employee 2.00.000% Revenue: 50.00 Expense: 50.Data provided: 1.
Save the document entries. 54 | P a g e . Result: Tolerance Group for Employees has been defined.
1: Define Tax Procedure as Per Indian Legal Requirements Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Tax on Sales/Purchases → Basic Settings → Check Calculation Procedure → Define Procedures OBYZ SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Choose Data provided: ○ On the Change View “Procedures”: Overview screen. Tax Procedure 17. 55 | P a g e .17. select procedure ZTAXIN and choose Control Data in the dialog box.
enter tax procedure. type BASB MWAS MWVS 100 100 MWS VST From Act key 56 | P a g e . Data provided: Step 100 110 120 C.2. On the Change View “Control Data”: Overview screen.
17.2: Assign Country India to Tax Procedure 57 | P a g e .Save the document entries. Result: Tax calculation procedure has been defined as per Indian Legal Requirements.
Result: Tax calculation procedure has been assign as per Indian Legal Requirements. 58 | P a g e .Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: Assign tax procedure TAXSM to Country India Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Tax on Sales/Purchases → Basic Settings → Assign Country to Calculation Procedure OBBG SONIA PUNSHI Save the document entries.
18. Define Tax Account Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Tax on Sales/Purchases → Posting → Define Tax Accounts SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: Select chart of account and search out tax MWS and click on open and save. 59 | P a g e .
Go to account and select the output tax G/L account and save the document. 60 | P a g e . Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Tax on Sales/Purchases → Posting → Define Tax Accounts SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Select chart of account and search input VST and click on open and save. Result: Tax calculation procedure on sale and purchase has been created.
Result: Tax calculation procedure on sale and purchase has been created. 19. Define Tax Codes Function / Object / Organizational element 61 | P a g e .Go to account and select the input tax G/L account and save the document.
IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) → Tax on Sales/Purchases → Calculation → Define Tax Codes for Sales and Purchases FTXP SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: 1. And save the document and same as output tax@5% 62 | P a g e . Maintain Input tax @ 4% and Output tax@12% Press enter and fill the entries. 2. Select country (IN) India.
Link the input tax on G/L account ledger’s Rent. Link the input tax on G/L account ledger’s Income. And save the entries. And save the entries 63 | P a g e .
1: Define Account Groups with Screen Layout (Customers) Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Customer Accounts → Master Data → Preparations for Creating Customer Master Data → Define Account Groups with Screen Layout (Customers) OBD2 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date 64 | P a g e .20. Define Customer Account Groups 20.
20.2: Assign Number Ranges to Customer Groups Function / Object / Organizational element 65 | P a g e . make the following entries: Field Name Account group Name User Action and Values SP04 Customer of SGNR Result: Account groups have been specified for the customer master data. On the Change View “Customer Account Groups” : Overview screen.Choose Data provided: 1.
Save the document entries.IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Customer Accounts → Master Data → Preparations for Creating Customer Master Data → Assign Number Ranges to Customer Account Groups OBAR SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Click on position Data provided: Select number range 06 from the list and assign the same to domestic customer group SP04. 66 | P a g e .
Press enter. 21.Result: Number range has been assign to customer group. Creation of Customer Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Customer Accounts → Master Data → Preparations for Creating Customer Master Data → Assign Number Ranges to Customer Account Groups FD01 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: Account group and company code. 67 | P a g e .
Then go to company code data and fill the necessary entries. 68 | P a g e .
1Alternative Reconciliation for Customer Down Payments Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Business Transactions → Down Payment Received → Define Reconciliation Accounts for Customer Down Payments OBXR SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: On Maintain Accounting configuration: Special G/L – List.Fill the necessary entries and save the document. 21. select special G/L indicator ‘A’ 69 | P a g e .
Click on down payment. enter reconciliation account (Debtor) and special G/L account (Advance for customer) 70 | P a g e . On Maintain Accounting configuration: Special G/L – Accounts screen.for down payment.
Result: Down payment has been created. 71 | P a g e .Save the document entries.
1: Define Account Groups with Screen Layout (Vendors) Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Vendor Accounts → Master Data → Preparations for Creating Vendor Master Data → Define Account Groups with Screen Layout (Vendors) OBD3 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: On the Change View “Vendor Account Groups”: Overview screen. Define Vendor Account Groups 22.22. select the following: Field Name Account Group Name User Action and Values SP04 Vender of SGNR and enter 72 | P a g e .
Result: Account groups have been specified for the customer master data. Number Ranges to Vendor Groups Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Vendor Accounts → Master Data → Preparations for Creating Vendor Master Data → Assign Number Ranges for Assign Vendor Accounts OBAS SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Click on position Data provided Select number range 06 from the list and assign the same to domestic vendor group SP04. 73 | P a g e .
Result: Number range has been assign to vendor group.2: Define Alternative Reconciliation Account for Down Payments Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Business Transactions → Down Payment Made → Define Alternative Reconciliation Account for Down Payments 74 | P a g e . 22.Save the document entries.
On Maintain Accounting configuration: Special G/L – Accounts screen.Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: OBYR SONIA PUNSHI On Maintain Accounting configuration: Special G/L – List. enter reconciliation account (Creditor) and special G/L account (Advance to vender) and save the document 75 | P a g e . Click on down payment. select special G/L indicator ‘A’ for down payment.
23. 76 | P a g e . Under and Over Payment Create a G/L account and select expense ledger and make underpayment. Result: Under & Over Payment has been created. Save the document entries. Create a G/L account and select revenue ledger and make over payment.Down payment has been created.
To link Over/under payment G/L to Chart of accounts Data provided: T-code: OBXL and select your chart of account and tick in debit and credit then select debit (under payment) and in credit select over payment.24. 77 | P a g e .
Cash Discount Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → General Ledger → Master Record → G/L Account Individual → Edit G/L Account Centrally Transaction Code FSOO Discount allowed and Discount received Ledger Create Activity Date Data provided: T-Code OBXI selects your chart of account and link the discount allow.25. 78 | P a g e . T-Code OBXU selects your chart of account and link the discount receive.
Define Terms of Payment Function / Object / Organizational element 79 | P a g e . Save the document. 26.Save the document.
IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Business Transactions → Incoming Invoices/Credit Memos → Maintain Terms of Payment OBB8 SONIA PUNSHI Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: On the Change View “Accounting Clerks “: Overview screen. select the following data. and enter Save the document entries. Result: 80 | P a g e .
Fixed Payment: Insurance.X1 2010 8001 to 9000 T-Code FBD1 Save the document entries. 81 | P a g e .Term of Payment has been created.document no. Add interval. ranges go to edit intervals. Result: Fixed Payment has been created. rent fix for month Data provided: T-Code FBN1.
To run entries Automatics Data provided: System – service – batch input – session Block select dbs Click on display error only Exit process process 82 | P a g e .
Click on Executive and go to system—Services---Batch Input---Sessions Data provided: Select the whole line and go to process and tick on display only 83 | P a g e .
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Save the document.27. 85 | P a g e . Park Entry Data provided: Invoice entries and then go to post and press post and this document not add in the G/L.
check and change of park entries Data provided: Go to document list and click on execute and double click on the park entries and Post. 86 | P a g e .Delete.
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88 | P a g e .Then click on 7004 document and open customer vendor invoice entries and post.
Dunning Procedure Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable → Business Transactions → Dunning → Dunning Procedure → Define Dunning Procedure SP04 Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: Interval in day 10. Number of dunning 3.28. Due item 1. Tick on standard transaction dunning. 89 | P a g e .
90 | P a g e .Data provided: Tick on always dun and print all item.
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Data provided: Write dunn level and dunning charges. 92 | P a g e .
Data provided: Write minimum accounts. 93 | P a g e .
94 | P a g e .Data provided: Write Dunning from in below and back and save the document.
Go to schedule individual write start date . tick on Immediately then write output device and schedule. Go to dunning print out and write output device then dunning print out is complete. Go to sample print out write customer account no then click on print. 95 | P a g e .1: Run Dunning Procedure Data provided: T-Code F150 write run date and double click on parameter and write dunning date and posting date. company name and customer no then go to additional log customer account no and click on status and tick on yes then enter. output control write output device then click on clock. Go to system then service.28.
company code and customer no. Data provided: Write current date. then go to additional data.Data provided: Click on parameter. 96 | P a g e .
Data provided: 97 | P a g e .Data provided: Write customer no and go to status and click on yes.
Go to schedule and press enter Data provided: Click on dunning printout and tick on immediately and also write output device. 98 | P a g e .
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Data provided: Click on sample printout and write output device and customer no.
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Data provided: T-code: FBZP click on All company codes: write Company code SP04 and Sending company code SP04 and save it
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Data provided: New entries and write Company code: SP04 and save the document.
Data provided: New entries fill the data which are below. Country code, payment method, description, Payment method classification: - check Posting details:-document payment SA and save the data.
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105 | P a g e .Data provided: New entries. payment method company code then paying company code SP04. Payment method: d and save the document.
Data provided: House Bank ICICI. Bank Key: 12345 106 | P a g e . Country IN.
107 | P a g e . Account Id SBI5.123301.Double click on bank account Company code Sam and House bank ICICI. Currency INR and G/L Account: bank. Description house bank and bank account no.
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Data provided: Bank determination Block select paying company code 109 | P a g e .
Data provided: Double click on rating order Pmt method D currency INR ranking order House bank 1 ICICI 110 | P a g e .
Data provided: House bank ICICI pmt method D currency account id INR IC01 Save the document. 29.1: Automatic payment transaction run 111 | P a g e .
Vendor (1 to 9999999999) then go to additional log 112 | P a g e . Pmt method D. date.06.Data provided: T-code: F110 Run date: 30.2010 ID : SP04 Data provided: Company code SP04.
Data provided: Status yes proposal immediately enter 113 | P a g e .
Data provided: Double click on amount and relocate and payment method D. House Bank ICICI and House Bank Id IC01 and save and back then payment run. 114 | P a g e .
2: CUSTOMER LINE ITEM DISPLAY 115 | P a g e .29.
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30. Write interest indicator and calendar type G. 117 | P a g e . Interest Calculation Data provided: Create G/L for Interest and T-Code is FS00 Revenue: Interest received and Interest indicator T-Code OB46 Interest Indicator SP Name Item interest Item Interest Interest calculation type P Data provided: Maintain General setting T-code is OB82.
Date from: 01:04:2010 Currency: INR 118 | P a g e . Long text: Interest. Define reference interest Rate. rate: SS. Ref int. short text: Int.Data provided: Maintain reference interest rate and T-code is OBAC Fill following interest data.
Int.Data provided: Maintain: Interest rate.. rate: 10 119 | P a g e .04. Reference: SONIA. Short text: Int.2010. Effective from: 01.
Sequential Number: 01.2010. Int. indicator: SP. 120 | P a g e . Currency: INR.Data provided: Assign reference interest rate to interest indicator. Effective From: 01. Interest reference: SONIA. T-code: OB81. calendar.04. Term: debit interest arrears int.
Click on Account. Symbol: 001 121 | P a g e . G/L to Automatic Posting. Acc. And T-code: OB41. Account: Chart of Account. Currency: INR.Data provided: Assign Int. G/L: Interest Receive.
Customer account: Change in Customer Master data T-code FD01. Interest indicator. Further selection: Calculation period.1: Run Interest Calculation Data provided: T-code: F. Go in multiple delete all and back Posting control: Batch input session name: Sonia.30.2B. Date: 26.06. Company code SP04.2010 122 | P a g e .
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name. select currency type and currency. select New Entries. Enter controlling area code. On the Change View ‘Basic Data’ overview screen. and select assignment control from the drop down list. 3. choose “Maintain Controlling Area”. 124 | P a g e . Define Controlling Area IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided 1. Enterprise Structure → Definition → Controlling → Maintain Controlling Area OX06 SONIA PUNSHI 2. In the Choose activity.31.
Select ‘Activate Components’. Sales Order. Activate check boxes for Profit Center Accounting. 5. Commit mgmt. And W. Cost Objects. Projects. Mark Component Active for Cost Centers.4. 6. and commit management. 125 | P a g e . order management.
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INVOICE ENRIES OF ALL TRANSACTONS Data Provided: Describe in picture T-code FS50 127 | P a g e .32.
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Data Provided: Customer invoice Describe in picture T-code FB70 129 | P a g e .
Data Provided: Vendor invoice Describe in picture T-code FB60 130 | P a g e .
Data provided: customer invoice of tax Describe in picture T-code FB70 131 | P a g e .
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Data provided: vendor invoice of tax Describe in picture T-code FB60 133 | P a g e .
33. CARRY FORWARD RECEIVABLE / PAYABLE: T-CODE: /NF.07 134 | P a g e .
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34. Define Financial Statement Versions Function / Object / Organizational element IMG Menu Transaction Code Transport Request Activity Date Data provided: On the Change View “Financial Statement Versions”: Details screen. enter the following: Financial Accounting → General Ledger Accounting (New) → Master Data → G/L Accounts → Define Financial Statement Versions OB58 SONIA PUNSHI 138 | P a g e .
Leave Blank Select Select Liabilities and click Enter all the items related to liability and check the boxes for display total. Stat.Fin. Language EN Item Keys Auto TICK Chart of A/C SA Grp A/C No. Leave Blank Fun. Select Current Liabilities and click Similarly select Assets and click 139 | P a g e . Version LOI Name Financial Statement Version for SAM Maint. Area Perm.
Result Financial Statement Version has been created. 140 | P a g e .
34.01 141 | P a g e .1: To see the financial balance sheet Data provided: T-code: F.
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