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by Justin Gurski, Dickinson & Associates, Inc. May 1, 2012
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Users of SAP ERP applications use sets for various tasks. Account groups, cost center groups, and financial statement versions are all types of sets within the SAP ERP system. A basic set of day-to-day transaction codes relevant for future interest calculation can be configured on a transaction code table. The set can then be added to the substitution configuration Boolean logic that is used to block interest calculation on accounts receivable-related transactions. This set makes future maintenance of the relevant transaction codes easy because you don’t have to revise the substitution configuration every time a transaction change is required to be added or deleted for the interest calculation process. Instead, all you need to do is change the set.

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Have you ever asked the following question: Do you charge interest on overdue receivables? Was the reply that you received similar to this response: Not always, but we want the ability to do so at any given time. With some behind-the-scenes configuration across a few areas of the FI modules within SAP ERP and some process management, you can address this requirement.


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by Justin Gurski, Dickinson & Associates, Inc. September 12, 2011
Financials – 

Learn how to configure a comparative financial statement trend with one simple fiscal year and a period input variable using advanced Report Painter and Report Writer functionality, as well as some undocumented SAP functionality.