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by John Jordan, ERP Corp November 1, 2010
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-- Posting to accounting periods can be restricted by company code, account type, general ledger account, and user. The open and close accounting periods screen can be simplified if you are not using authorization groups to restrict previous period postings to specific users and do not need to open special periods.

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by Mark Chalfen, Finance Capability Lead, Bluefin Solutions April 9, 2010
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When authorizations are provided to business users for financial postings, sometimes more access is provided to users than required. This in turn affects the standard SAP process of financial posting authorizations. See how to shore up these authorizations with a few simple settings.

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by John Jordan, ERP Corp March 30, 2009
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Learn how to easily display only relevant table contents of automatic account determination settings with transaction SE16N. This can assist you in quickly analyzing financial account balances, especially those associated with inventory and settlement transactions.

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by John Jordan, ERP Corp March 15, 2008
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Learn how to remove redundant cost component views listed in cost estimates.

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by John Jordan, ERP Corp February 15, 2008
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Learn a failsafe method for finding table and field names using Runtime Analysis with transaction SE30. The method is particularly useful when you need to view or download information directly in SAP tables. First determine the table and field names with Runtime Analysis, and then view them with the Data Browser with transaction SE16N.


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by Sydnie McConnell, Woodward September 15, 2007
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See how Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. found a way to use a standard report to analyze each individual cost component for its finished goods.

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Learn a little-known technique involving a small amount of configuration to make cost components available as columns in standard cost estimate list reports.

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by John Jordan, ERP Corp January 15, 2007
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Find out how planned assembly scrap in material master views affects cost estimates in Product Cost Planning. Planning and posting assembly scrap removes the value of scrap from the total variance. Only the difference between planned and actual scrap posts as a scrap variance. This improves variance analysis by reducing the variance by the value of scrap that is predictable based on past production statistics.




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by John Jordan, ERP Corp October 15, 2006
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Learn how keyword search functionality can help your users, or groups of users, choose the correct G/L expense account when they create purchase requisitions or purchase orders.

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Follow guidelines for implementing product cost collectors instead of performing costing based on production or process orders.

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by John Jordan, ERP Corp March 15, 2006
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Using this simple technique, you can determine the name of a transparent table in a structure, or find a field name from data that is in a structure, without assistance from a technical team.

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by John Jordan, ERP Corp October 15, 2005
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When you need to permit a select group of users to post to a previous period, you can use authorization groups to automate access. This prevents unauthorized users from posting to the previous period without requiring you to adjust the posting settings manually after a period closes.


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by Janet Salmon, Product Manager, SAP AG March 15, 2005
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Does your cost of goods sold (COGS) figure match your actual costs? Learn how to use new functionality in the material ledger to complete the value flow through R/3 and assign price differences to the cost of sales accounts to ensure that the COGS reflects the actual costs.

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by John Jordan, ERP Corp October 15, 2003
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