New general ledger

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SAP New GL Configuration Documents

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Table of Content Benefit of New GL................................................................. 6 Configuration Steps for New GL............................................ 7 Activation of New GL................................................................. 7 Define Ledgers for General LedgerAccounting.............................10 Define Currencies of Leading Ledger .......................................12 Define and Activate Non-Leading Ledgers ................................14 Assign Scenarios and Customer Fields to Ledgers .....................16 Activate Cost of Sales Accounting ...........................................19 Define Ledger Group.............................................................22 Define Accounting Principles...................................................26 Assign Accounting Principle to Ledger Groups ...........................27 Document Splitting ..................................................................28 Concept of Document Splitting ...............................................28 How system split documents..................................................29 Configuration Steps for Document Splitting ..............................30 Extended Document Splitting .................................................30 Extended Document Splitting ....................................................51 Important Tips for New GL Accounting............................... 63 Segment............................................................................. 65 Derivation of Segment...........................................................66 Document View in New GL Accounting ............................... 68 Entry View ..............................................................................68 GL View..................................................................................68 T Code Used in New GL Ledger Specificposting.................. 72

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New GL Configuration Documents

Benefit of New GL
The new General Ledger in mySAP ERP 2004 has the following advantages over the classic General Ledger in R/3 Enterprise: a) In the new General Ledger, you can display the parallel accounting using parallel accounts (as in R/3) or using parallel ledgers. The FI standard functions andreports are available for all parallel ledgers. b) The 'Segment' entity and the relevant reporting that are required for segment reporting according to IAS and U.S. GAAP are available in the new General Ledger. c) In addition, you can enhance the new General Ledger flexibly, that is, you can enter user-defined fields and update the relevant totals. Many standard reports can evaluate the informationfrom the user-defined fields. d) When you use the new 'Document Splitting' function (online split), you can create financial statements at company code level and, if required, for entities, such as the segment. For each document, the system then creates a zero balance for the relevant entity, for example, for the segment. e) As a result, you no longer have to carry out time-consumingreconciliation tasks between FI and CO for the end of period since cross-entity processes are transferred in real-time to the new General Ledger in Controlling. Furthermore, you can, for example, navigate from the financial statements report results or the profit and loss statement report results to the relevant CO report. f) The new General Ledger uses the same interfaces as the General Ledger in R/3. As a...
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