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Assign Document Splitting Method | S_AL0_19000075

Assign Document Splitting Method

In this configuration activity you could maintain the document splitting method which will be actively used. Transaction: S_AL0_19000075 IMG Path: Financial Accounting (New) -> General Ledger Accounting (New) -> Business Transactions -> Document Splitting -> Extended Document Splitting -> Define Document Splitting Method Table: FAGL_ACTIVEC, T8G01, T8G01T     When you enter into the transaction you will have to choose or maintain method for document splitting.

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Activate Document Splitting | S_ELN_06000009

Activate Document Splitting

In this configuration activity you are able to globally activate or deactivate document splitting and also turn it on or off per company code. Transaction: S_ELN_06000009 IMG Path: Financial Accounting (New) -> General Ledger Accounting (New) -> Business Transactions -> Document Splitting -> Activate Document Splitting Tables: FAGL_ACTIVEC, T8G01, T8G01T, T001, FAGL_SPLIT_ACTC When you initially open the transaction you will get following screen. You are able to activate or deactivate for all company codes. You are also able assign constant and check other options according to your requirements. To activate or deactivate per company code click on the second folder icon “Deactivation per Company …

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Activate New General Ledger Accounting | FAGL_ACTIVATION

FICO - Activate New General Ledger Accounting

New General Ledger is functionality coming with SAP ERP 6.0 onward. It is an important rebuild from SAP which address many year-end closing issues as well as regulatory requirements primarily coming from accounting bodies such as IFRS. This setting is client-depended, so you should do it for every client independently. Transaction: FAGL_ACTIVATION IMG Path: Financial Accounting -> Financial Accounting Global Settings -> Activate New General Ledger Accounting Table: FAGL_ACTIVEC     When you enter into the transaction you will see only one option. If you already use Classic GL, you should do the migration steps, before you …

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