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Partial activation of document splitting

Hi Gurus:

We activated the document splitting just for a new company that has been bought. We had to do it because its accounting is based on different Profit Centers, and when paying documents with document currency different from local currency, when registering differences on exchange rates, F110 program was not able to allocate the exact cost center, based on the Profit center on the document to be paid.

System worked OK, with the activation of the Document Splitting, just for that company (we didn´t need to activate it for the reest, and besides, it was an unnecessary risk)

However, we have discovered that when registering intercompany logistics documents between the new company and the rest of the Group, there is a clear error pointing to the Document Splitting:

FAGL_LEDGER_CUST001 - Document Splitting is only activated partially in companies selected.

We will go-LIVE with the new conmpany in 2 weeks, so we are still able to delete the document splitting for the new company. Like this, intercompany documents work fine.

My questions are:

Is SAP unable to work fine in this scenario?, I mean: some companies without the activation done, and others with document splitting activated

Isn´t there something we could do in this scenario so that intercompany documents could be registered? Scenario: just new company with document splitting activated, and the rest (alreaing running in LIVE system) not activated.

And, if we delete the document splitting (so everything works fine), how could I allocate the correct cost center of the OKB9 (based on profit centers) for posting the risk of the exchange rate when paying through F110 documents where document currency is different from local currency? Validations, Substitutions?

Please, any suggestions or experience would be very appreciated.

Many thanks in advance

Former Member
Former Member replied


Yes, deactivation it's a risk(without testing).

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