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Different tables used in Consolidation Business Rules

I was going through the documentation of different tables that needs to be maintained for consolidation business rules. I am a little confused and need some clarifications.

These are different tables that needs to be maintained for consolidation -

clcELIM - This table will tell what each source account needs to be divided into what 4 destination accounts.

clcRULES - The RULES will tell how this source account needs to be divided (percentage wise as stored in the OWNERSHIP application) into these 4 destination accounts.

clcMETHOD - This table lists down the different methods (along with their types and description) and its used in the clcRULES table

clcELIMH_

  • - What does this table do and where does it come into picture?
*clcELIM_ - Is this same as clcELIM table mentioned above?

clcRULESH - What does this table do and where does it come into picture?

Also, what am I looking at is what is the sequence in which these tables needs to be defined.

For example -

1. clcELIM has a field called RULE whose details are mentioned in clcRULES.

2. clcRULES has a field called METHOD and I_METHOD whose detailes are mentioend in clcMETHOD.

3. .... I am not sure what other tables do? Please fill in the gaps.

Thanks everyone for their help so far.

Ameya Kulkarni

Edited by: Ameya Kulkarni on Sep 18, 2008 7:19 PM

Edited by: Ameya Kulkarni on Sep 18, 2008 7:21 PM

Edited by: Ameya Kulkarni on Sep 18, 2008 7:21 PM

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