SAP ECC 6.0 New GL has a new functionality to create segment financial statements. With the help of document splitting one can allocate an expense line item between two segments. FI Document split and segment is covered via a ‘segment field’ which is a standard field in thetotals table in the New General Ledger FAGLFLEXT. So how does one go about document splitting.Document splitting needs to be enabled first at […]

Continue

Special Ledger can be assigned by the transaction OBS2. If a ledger is assigned using OBS2, then it is valid for all company codes. In ECC6.0 and later, the concept of special ledger is not there. The concept of non-lending ledger is there.

Continue

Credit memos in SAP are used to correct a vendor invoice. Once the invoice and the credit memo difference is posted in SAP, any open items left in the invoice, credit memo and payment can be cleared. To take an example, suppose you purchase office supplies worth $500. A user posts an invoice received from the vendor. Now suppose the user comes to know that $150 has already been paid […]

Continue

FS10N – is the the transaction code used for GL Account Balance Display.Difference in Last year Closing balance and Current year Opening Balance This will be corrected after running carry forward programme FAGLGVTR (for ECC 6.0) Rerun the f.16 in test mode, this might generate the posting which would fix the disbalance Note 402917 - If the opening balance does not correspond to the closing balance of the previous year […]

Continue

FBL3N – Display Change Line Items (gives the open item list)FS10N – Display Acct Balances (gives the balance of transaction figure) To say it very plain – Transaction FS10N displays balances, this balance could include many different asset numbers, drill down required for individual asset numbers. FBL3N displays detail, drill down not required. In case you find that balances in the 2 transactions dont match:1. Line item display was switched […]

Continue

Definition The name table (nametab) contains the table and field definitions that are activated in the SAP System. An entry is made in the Repository buffer when a mass activator or a user (using the ABAP Dictionary, Transaction SE11) requests to activate a table. The corresponding name table is then generated from the information that is managed in the Repository. The Repository buffer is mainly known as the nametab buffer […]

Continue

You can control whether you want to perform a manual (autorecovery off) or an automatic recovery (autorecovery on). Procedure Enter the appropriate SQLPLUS command before you enter the recover command. set autorecovery on The required offline redo log files are automatically applied without requiring any user entry. The names and paths of the offline redo log files are derived from the init.ora parameters log_archive_dest and log_archive_format, which means that required […]

Continue

Generally, Oracle treats an index tablespace just like a user tablespace. Therefore, you can use the recovery procedure for a user tablespace. The procedure below describes an additional recovery option for SAP databases. Procedure Shut down the database with this SQLPLUS command: shutdown immediate If this fails, use: shutdown abort Find out which data file is affected by the media error, using the information in the ALERT and trace files. […]

Continue

You can use BR*Tools for Oracle to perform a complete database recovery. BRRECOVER performs the recovery. Note This section discusses how to perform a complete database recovery. For more information about how to approach a complete database recovery, see Complete Database Recovery. End of the note. Prerequisites Make sure you have set the necessary BRRECOVER parameters in the initialization profile init.sap, because BRTOOLS uses these when it calls BRRECOVER. BRRECOVER […]

Continue

You use this recovery procedure if: One or more data files are missing from a tablespace. A user tablespace does not contain data from the Oracle Data Dictionary, active rollback segments, or temporary segments. Oracle issues error messages when a user attempts to access the involved tablespace. Error information is also written to the database ALERT and trace files. Caution If only one user tablespace is lost, you can perform […]

Continue