With Postings and documents you can enter business transactions in Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable.

Overview

Transactions

Transaction
Description
FPE1Post Document
FPE2Change Document
FPE2MMass Document Change
FPE3Display Document

Customizing

FICAIMG
>Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable
>Basic Functions
>Postings and Documents

Posting Area

FI-CA Events

Event
Description
0010Posting: Document Complete (No Number)
0020Posting: Document/Clearing Completed (No Number)
0030Posting: Document Number Assigned
0031Posting: Document Number Assigned for Additional Document
0032Posting: Create Additional Line Items
0040Posting: Check Open Item Accounting Item
0041Posting: Add Open Item Acctg to Cash Mgmt Data
0042Posting: Set OI Accounting Item Clearing Restrictn
0043Posting: Add OI Accounting Item Business Place
0044Posting: Add Open Item Acct Item CFOP Number
0045Posting: Determine Last Recipient
0046Posting: Check Variable Withholding Tax Data
0050Posting: Check G/L Item
0060Posting: Check Document Header
0061Posting: Check Complete Document, Set Customer Fields
0062Posting: Exchange Posting Date
0063Posting: Include Document in Collective Bill
0064Posting: Authorization for Contract
0066Posting: Add Expense/Revenue Account for Cash Flow Analysis
0067Posting: Exchange Tax on Sales/Purchases Code
0070Posting: Check if Reversal Permitted
0071Posting: Check if Clearing Reset is Permitted
0072Posting: Reversal in Alternative Fiscal Year
0080Posting: Determine Offsetting Company Code
0081Posting: Set Segment Account Assignment
0082Posting: Determine Segment from Profit Center
0085Posting: Additional Industry Data for Rounding Items
0086Posting: Industry Grouping Key for Rounding
0090Posting: Data Rollback
0100Posting: Charge for Tax-Free Posting (Italy)

Further information can be found on WIKI page for FI-CA event concept.

Technical information

Tables

Table
Description
DFKKKOHeader Data in Open Item Accounting Document
DFKKOPBusiness Partner items in contract account document
DFKKOPWItems in contract account document (Repetition)
DFKKOPKG/L Account items in contract account document
DFKKOPWHWithholding Tax Data for Business Partner Item
DFKKRAPTClearing/Reversal History (Line Item Level)

Package

FKKB

Function Groups

Function group
Program
Description
FKB0SAPLFKB0FI-CA posting interface
FKK_BOR_DOCSAPLFKK_BOR_DOCBAPI: FI-CA Document

Function modules

Function module
Description
FKK_CREATE_DOCBuchen einzelnen Beleg im Massenkontokorrent
FKK_CREATE_DOC_AND_CLEARBuchen einzelnen Beleg im Massenkontokorrent mit Ausgleich anderer Belege
FKK_CREATE_DOC_MASSBuchen Beleg im Massenkontokorrent (Massendaten)
FKK_CREATE_DOC_MASS_AND_CLEARBuchen Beleg mit Ausgleich im Vetragskontokorrent (Massendaten)

BAPI’s

 BAPI
 Information
BAPI_CTRACDOCUMENT_CREATE

BAPI_CTRACDOCUMENT_CHANGE

BAPI_CTRACDOCUMENT_GETDETAIL

BAPI_CTRACDOCUMENT_EXISTCHECK

You can use this method to post an FI-CA document.

Consulting  Notes

KBA
Description
520127FI-CA consulting note: Account determination and posting areas
2276534Dealing with problems in table NRIV for number range object FKK_BELEG
2041382FI-CA: >0 005 No free number range / Dump DBIF_RSQL_SQL_ERROR ORA-00060 deadlock

 Postings and Documents

This component enables you to post and process documents. These documents are either automatically imported from an operational or non-SAP system, or you can enter and post them manually. You use this component to enter your basic settings for entering, posting, and processing documents both manually and automatically.

Postings are always stored as documents in the system (document principle); documents serve as proof of a business transaction (see Documents). Each document is assigned a unique number (document number). You can have the system number documents automatically, or you can number them yourself. The document type controls how numbers are assigned (see Document Type).
An official document number can be assigned to a document as well as the document number. This is required for reports to the tax authorities in some countries, such as Argentina and Brazil. For more information about the assignment of official document numbers, see note 211778 in OSS.
When you are entering documents, you can also clear open posted items.
You can display documents and (provided certain prerequisites are met) change, reverse, and archive them. When you are entering and processing documents, you can hide fields that you do not require, or define your own screens that list the document fields you do require. Individual industry solution components can display fields in shortened form or as display fields.
In addition to line items that update transaction figures in the general ledger (such as those relating to invoices, payments, or credit memos), you can also post statistical line items. These line items are noted on the contract accounts but do not need to be posted to the general ledger. They are processed both by the dunning program and the payment program. They are used, for example, to post budget billing requests or charge receivables. Statistical line items are not taken into account when checking the balance.
Documents can be posted across more than one company code. The balance of all the line items in a company code is always zero (see Cross-Company Code Documents).
The system creates automatic postings for all business transactions. This includes taxes, discounts, and exchange rate differences. In so doing, it calculates the relevant amounts, and automatically determines the G/L accounts to which they are to be posted. In addition to G/L accounts for automatic postings, you can define further account assignments depending on the business transaction. You do this in Customizing. This simplifies the task of entering and processing documents.

Utilities Industry (IS-U) component

The system determines all accounts receivable, and accounts payable, and all revenue and expense accounts automatically using the account assignments entered in the line item. When you post a document, the system automatically determines the tax code according to the account to which the document is posted.
You can post budget billings either as budget billing requests (statistical documents) or as partial invoices. For more information, see the Invoicing, Invoice Processing, and Budget Billing Plan sections of the Utilities Industry component
.
You can settle documents on behalf of third parties using cross-company code invoice documents. For more information, see the Invoicing section of the Utilities Industry component.

Industry-Specific Component Telecommunications (IS-T)

The system determines all accounts receivable, and accounts payable, and all revenue and expense accounts automatically using the account assignments entered in the line item. When you post a document, the system automatically determines the tax code according to the account to which the document is posted.
You can settle documents on behalf of third parties through the use of cross-company code billing documents. For more information, see the Invoicing section of the Telecommunications component.

Industry-Specific Component Insurance (FS-CD)

In this component, all accounts receivable and payable, and all revenue and expense accounts are determined automatically by the system using the criteria entered in the line item. You have to enter revenue and expense accounts if they are not to be determined automatically. In addition to G/L accounts, the dunning procedure and item category are also determined automatically.
Tax calculation takes place in the operational system and is transferred to Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable when making the debit entry. You have to enter the tax manually when you are posting manually.

Industry Component Public Sector Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable (PSCD)

The system determines all accounts receivable, and accounts payable, and all revenue and expense accounts automatically in accordance with the account assignments entered in the line item, such as main and subtransactions.

 

 

 

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