Control expenditures on Fixed Assets with Statistical Internal Orders and Statistical cost elements

Ordinarily, when we talk about postings to a Cost Assignment Object we use the cost element as a vehicle to do so, and when we talk about Cost Elements, we are talking about P & L items. However, you may have a business requirement to control expenditures on fixed assets (which is a balance sheet […]

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Cross Company Code Payment explained

A cross company code payment happens when a company code within the group (Paying Company Code) for some business reason, pays the open items of another company code (s) (Sending Company Code). This post discusses the configuration settings involve in Cross Company Code Payments and its pre-requisites. It also includes explanation to end users on […]

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Including a Debit item on a Vendor during Automatic Payment Program execution

I am sharing this article that I authored, it is published in Eursap.eu Debit items can be posted on a vendor by creating a down payment or posting a credit memo on the vendor. For the purpose of our demonstration we assume that the debit item is created by a down payment. The down payment […]

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Bank statement processing (Upload and deletions)

You can process bank statement either automatically (electronic bank statement)through SAP/Swift integration or manually. If bank statements are uploaded automatically by a scheduled job, all that the reconciliation accountants have to do is to post the statements by transaction FEBAN or FEBA_BANK_STATEMENT. In this post we will discuss how you upload a bank statement manually […]

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Processing Intercompany Assets Transfer Transaction end to end

A business requirement may arise making it necessary for you to move Fixed assets from one company code to another (intercompany assets transfer) or from one organization unit to another, within the same company code (intracompany transfer). The end to end process of fixed asset transfers involves configuration settings as well as user frontend activities. […]

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