Document splitting in New GL in SAP

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Document Splitting is a very powerful feature delivered by SAP ECC.

Previous to SAP ECC, if new fields were required to General Ledger SAP had to deliver these new fields in Special Purpose Ledger tables. Profit Centre Accounting in R3 was Special Purpose Ledger table 8*, Joint Venture Accounting was ledger 4*. This essentially meant that data had to be copied from General Ledger table GLT0 to special ledger tables so these could be reported upon. However, technical glitches in code and incorrect usage of functionalities caused imbalances between the main ledger GLT0 and the special purpose ledgers.

SAP customers who wanted to expand the functionality of General Ledger to cater to special business requirements (like reporting General Ledger with another fiscal year variant) had to create custom Special Purpose Ledger tables. For example, if a customer wanted to report by two fiscal year variants, they could report one variant using General Ledger and the other variant using Special Purpose Ledger.

All this disparate ledgers reported the same source information in different views. Customers had to execute several month end jobs to ensure synchronisation of data across all these ledgers. Differences in balances and information between ledgers led to delays in month end close and reporting.

With SAP ECC new GL, SAP Customers can add new fields (which SAP calls “scenarios”) into General Ledger. This allows customers to perform, for example, Profit Centre Accounting and Reporting within General Ledger.

With SAP ECC new GL, SAP Customers can add new ledgers (which SAP calls “parallel accounting”) into General Ledger. This allows customers to report, for example, the same General Ledger data in multiple fiscal year variants.

This replication of data happens in real-time. SAP customers no longer need to execute month end jobs to synchronise data between different ledgers.

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Document splitting in New GL in SAP

  1. 1. DOCUMENT SPLITTING IN SAP New GL
  2. 2. Document Splitting in SAP new GL - Contents esign driving the document splitting process ...... 25 n Overview ...... 3 rchitecture of new GL in SAP ...... 21 he semantics of document splitting ...... 32 AP delivered pre-configured document splitting ...... 38 se of constants for non-assigned processes ...... 55 Zero-balancing for new GL ...... 48 ross company Document splitting ...... 57
  3. 3. AN OVERVIEW DOCUMENT SPLITTING IN NEW GL IN SAP ECC IS ONE OF THE KEY CHANGES INTRODUCED BY SAP TO STREAMLINE MULTIPLE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND TO ENABLE FASTER CLOSE PROCESS FOR ITS CUSTOMERS. IN MY SERIES OF SLIDES/ BLOGS ON DOCUMENT SPLITTING, I INTEND TO EXPLAIN AND ELABORATE THE CONCEPTS BEHIND DOCUMENT SPLITTING AND DEMONSTRATE USING EXAMPLES HOW DOCUMENT SPLITTING CAN BE ACHIEVED FOR VARIOUS COMPLEX BUSINESS PROCESSES.
  4. 4.  With the introduction of new GL, SAP splits financial document line items that do not have values for Profit Centre (for eg) - in the ratio of the amounts in the offsetting lines that have values for Profit Centre.  If a line item (eg. Vendor line item) on the financial document does not have a value derived for Profit Centre, and  If the value of Profit Centre on the offsetting line is unique, Vendor line item will inherit that value  If the value of Profit Centre is not unique, it will split the Vendor line item based on preceding process, if available (Passive Split)  If the value of Profit Centre is not unique and if there is no preceding process , it will split the Vendor line item based on preconfigured rules (Active Split)  Before new GL in SAP ECC, business users transferred the line items representing the account balance of vendors, customers, assets and inventories to Profit Centre Accounting as part of period end process. This transfer split the balance line items by Profit Centre.  With automated, online function of document splitting in New GL, this period end job is redundant. Business users can close their books much faster during the period end. An Overview
  5. 5. Active Document Splitting Active Split occurs when SAP splits a financial document line item in the ratio of the offsetting line item. SAP performs active split, if the split cannot be performed based on a preceding process and if the profit centre cannot be inherited
  6. 6. Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Vendor <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Vendor Invoice outstanding at month end Month end transfer of outstanding Vendor balance to Profit Centre Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Vendor 1200 600 Vendor 1300 400 Co Code V001 Curr AUD Vendor Invoice split before SAP ECC
  7. 7. Vendor Invoice split with new GL in SAP ECC Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Vendor <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Vendor Invoice split online when transaction is posted Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Vendor 1200 <600> Vendor 1300 <400> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Data entry view General Ledger viewActive Split
  8. 8. Vendor Invoice in new GL: Data entry view
  9. 9. Vendor Invoice in new GL: General Ledger view
  10. 10. Passive Document Splitting Passive split occurs when SAP splits a financial document line item based on the split in a preceding process (eg. Vendor line in payment process is split based on Vendor line split in Vendor Invoice process)
  11. 11. Vendor Payment split before SAP ECC Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Vendor 1000 Bank clearing <1000> Co Code V001 DocType ZP Curr AUD Previous Vendor Invoice paid before month end NO Month end transfer of outstanding Vendor balance to Profit Centre since invoice is paid
  12. 12. Vendor Payment split with new GL in SAP ECC Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Vendor 1000 Bank clearing <1000> Co Code V001 DocType ZP Curr AUD Vendor Payment split online when transaction is posted Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Vendor 1200 600 Vendor 1300 400 Bank clearing 1200 <600> Bank clearing 1300 <400> Co Code V001 DocType ZP Curr AUD Passive Split Data entry view General Ledger view
  13. 13. Vendor Payment in new GL: Data entry view
  14. 14. Vendor Payment in new GL: General Ledger view
  15. 15. Self Balancing clearing lines When the amounts within a financial document in debit of profit centre and in credit of the same profit centre do not net off to zero, SAP will automatically generate line items to balance the profit centre
  16. 16. Profit Centre balances before SAP ECC Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD All line items have derived a Profit Centre. Profit Centres are not in balance Profit Centre 1000 Off Expn $1,000 Profit Centre 1200 Cash $ 600 Profit Centre 1300 Cash $ 400
  17. 17. Self-balancing lines in SAP newGL (w/o partner PC) Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Zero-balancing document generated for profit centre Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Vendor 1200 600 Vendor 1300 400 Self-balancing clearing 1000 1000 Self-balancing clearing 1200 <600> Self-balancing clearing 1300 <400> Co Code V001 Curr AUD All line items have derived a Profit Centre. Document splitting is not required. However, Profit Centre amounts are not in balance Profit Centre 1000 Off Expn $1,000Clearing $1,000 Profit Centre 1200 Cash $ 600 Clearing $ 600 Profit Centre 1300 Cash $ 400 Clearing $ 400
  18. 18. Self-balancing lines in newGL in SAP (w/ partner PC) Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Zero-balancing document generated for profit centre with partner profit centre information Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Partner Cash 1000 <1000> Vendor 1200 600 Vendor 1300 400 Self-balancing clearing 1000 600 1200 Self-balancing clearing 1000 400 1300 Self-balancing clearing 1200 <600> 1000 Self-balancing clearing 1300 <400> 1000 Co Code V001 Curr AUD All line items have derived a Profit Centre. Document splitting is not required. However, Profit Centre amounts are not in balance Profit Centre 1000 Off Expn $1,000Clearing (PPC1200) $ 600 Profit Centre 1200 Cash $ 600 Profit Centre 1300 Cash $ 400 Clearing (PPC1300) $ 400 Clearing (PPC1000) $ 600 Clearing (PPC1000) $ 400
  19. 19. Self-balancing lines: Data entry view
  20. 20. Self-balancing lines: General Ledger view
  21. 21. New GL in SAP: Architecture SAP RETAINED THE FI TABLES BSEG AND BKPF AND INTRODUCED NEW TABLES FAGLFLEXT AND FAGLFLEXA TO STORE THE DOCUMENT SPLIT INFORMATION. THE NEXT FEW SLIDES EXPLAIN THE ARCHITECTURE OF NEW GL IN SAP
  22. 22. Ledger in new GL Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Ledger < > Leading Ledger (0L) IAS (L5) Local Ledger L6 (different fiscal period) Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Ledger < L5> IAS (L5) If Ledger Group field is left blank at data entry, transaction posts to all Ledgers If Ledger Group field is populated at data entry, transaction posts only to that Ledger
  23. 23. New GL in SAP: Table architecture Classic GL BSEG BKPF FI Document Header FI Document Line Item New GL Posting to leading and non- leading ledgers FAGLFLEXT FAGLFLEXA FI Line Item Table with split information FI Total table with split information New GL Posting to non-leading ledger only BSEG BKPF FI Document Header FI Document Line Item BSEG BKPF FI Document Header FI Document Line Item FAGLFLEXT FAGLFLEXA FI Line Item Table with split information FI Total table with split information BSEG_ADD FI Document Line Item for non-leading ledger
  24. 24. “Scenarios” that permit Document Splitting Scenario Fields Segment reporting Profit Centre Segment Partner Segment Profit Centre Update Profit Centre Partner Profit Centre Cost of Sales Accounting Functional Area Partner Functional Area Cost Centre Update Cost Centre Sender Cost Centre Preparation for Consolidation Trading Partner Transaction Type Business Area Update Business Area Trading Partner Business Area
  25. 25. Design driving the document splitting process in new GL WE NOW ATTEMPT TO UNDERSTAND THE LOGIC DRIVING THE DOCUMENT SPLITTING PROCESS. DOCUMENT SPLITTING OCCURS IN THE BACKGROUND DRIVEN BY CONFIGURATION RULES; IN SOME CASES, IT IS POSSIBLE TO SIMULATE THE SPLIT PROCESS.
  26. 26. Design driving the Document Splitting Process Identify Splitting Method for company code Identify Splitting Rules for the split Perform Active Split Perform Passive Split Document Splitting is activated at client level and can be deactivated by company code. There is a splitting method assigned to the activation. Splitting rules define assignment of Splitting Method, Business Transaction and Business Transaction Variant to Item Category of line item to be split and Item Category of Base line item A passive split occurs when the system uses the split ratio from the preceding process An active split occurs when the system uses preconfigured rules to perform a split
  27. 27. Document Splitting is activated at client level and can be deactivated by company code. There is a splitting method assigned to the activation. Identify Splitting Method for company code Identify Splitting Rules for the split Perform Active Split Perform Passive Split Identify the Splitting Method
  28. 28. Identify Splitting rules for split Identify the document type Determine Business Transaction Determine Item Category of all lines Determine Document Splitting rule Determine Base line items Identify lines to be split Identify the document type used for the business process Each Document Type is assigned to a combination of Business Transaction and Business Transaction Variant Determine the item category for all line items of the financial document. Item category is derived from its assignment to GL Accounts. The document splitting rule is an assignment of the document splitting method and the business transaction and the business transaction variant. Identify the lines that do not have a profit centre derived against it; these lines will be split based on splitting rules. For a combination of Splitting rule and item category, determine the base item category to be used to split the line items to be split. Identify Splitting Method for company code Identify Splitting Rules for the split Perform Active Split Perform Passive Split
  29. 29. Perform Passive Split Identify Splitting Method for company code Identify Business Rules for the split Perform Active Split Perform Passive Split A passive split occurs when the system uses the split in a document from the preceding process. In the Vendor Payment process, the Vendor line item is split based on the split in the preceding process – the Vendor Invoice.
  30. 30. Perform Active Split Identify Splitting Method for company code Identify Business Rules for the split Perform Active SplitPerform Passive Split Active document splitting comprises all processes used to split documents without reference to a different (preceding) document.
  31. 31. SplittingRule Objects driving the Document Splitting Process Splitting Method Business Transaction Business Transaction Variant Document Type Company Code Determines Item Category to be split Base Item Category G/L Account Determines Item Category
  32. 32. The semantics of document splitting DOCUMENT SPLITTING PROCESS IN NEW GL IN SAP USES A CONUNDRUM OF TERMS THAT SOUND SYNONYMOUS TO TERMS ALREADY USED IN OTHER TABLES IN SAP. IT IS IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND THESE TERMS AND WHAT THEY MEAN WITHIN THE OVERALL CONTEXT OF DOCUMENT SPLITTING.
  33. 33. Item Category  Item category classifies the G/L accounts for document splitting. In the configuration of document splitting, each G/L account or a group of G/L accounts are assigned to an Item Category. With this assignment, SAP derives the Item Category for each financial posting.  You must assign the following accounts in Customizing to the item categories: ◦ Balance sheet accounts — item category Balance Sheet Account (01000) ◦ Bank accounts (cash fund) — item category Cash Account (04000) ◦ Expense accounts — item Category Expense (20000) ◦ Revenue accounts — item category Expense (30000) Item Category Description 01000 Balance Sheet Account 01001 Zero balance posting (free balancing units) 01100 Company code clearing 01300 Cash discount clearing 02000 Customer 02100 Customer special general ledger transaction 03000 Vendor 03100 Vendor special general ledger transaction 04000 Cash 05100 Tax on sales and purchases 05200 Withholding tax 06000 Material 07000 Fixed Assets 20000 Expense 30000 Revenue 40100 Cash discount (expenses/revenue/loss) 40200 Exchange Rate Difference 80000 Customer-specific item category
  34. 34. Business Transaction A business transaction describes the structure of a business process for each document type. A Business Transaction groups similar business processes. In conjunction with Business Transaction Variant, it will determine the splitting rule for that business process. Business Transaction Description 0200 Customer Invoice 0300 Vendor Invoice 0400 Bank Account Statement 0500 Advance tax return (regular tax burden) 0600 Goods receipt for purchase orders 1000 Payment 1010 Clearing transactions (account maintenance) 0000 Unspecified Posting 0100 Transfer Posting from P&L Account to B/S Account
  35. 35.  SAP Financial postings derive Item Category for each individual line item. Business Transaction Variant in conjunction with Business Transaction restricts the item categories that can be posted in a business process. System performs a check against Item Category to see if posting against the Item Category is permitted by the splitting rules defined by Business Transaction and Business Transaction Variant. If it is not permitted, then the system will fail that posting. Business Transaction Variant
  36. 36.  Document Splitting Method is assigned to the client-level activation of Document Splitting. In conjunction with Business Transaction and Business Transaction Variant, it determines the document splitting rule. Document Splitting Method
  37. 37.  Document Splitting Rule defines which item categories the system splits and from which item categories the system derives the account assignments (base categories) for the document splitting. Document Splitting rule are defined as a combination of Document Splitting Method, Business Transaction and Business Transaction Variant. Hence, different rules can be defined for each combination. Document Splitting Rule
  38. 38. SAP delivered pre-configured document splitting SAP ECC DELIVERS PRE-CONFIGURED SPLITTING RULES THAT CAN BE USED WITH LITTLE “LOCAL” CONFIGURATION. THE RULES CAN ALSO BE MODIFIED IN THE CONFIGURATION TO SUIT SPECIFIC BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS/ PROCESSES. AS FAR AS POSSIBLE, USE THE PRE-CONFIGURED RULES FOR YOUR BUSINESS.
  39. 39.  Assigning scenarios to ledgers will determine which fields SAP will update when financial document is posted. This configuration defines which fields will be split in the Document Splitting process. #1 Assign Scenarios to Ledgers
  40. 40.  The system proposes characteristics based on scenarios assigned to ledger. Select the characteristics for which you want financial documents to be split. #2 Define Document Splitting Characteristics for GL
  41. 41.  Document splitting supports certain subsequent processes whereby the system transfers document splitting characteristics from the original process to the subsequent process. Controlling (CO), for example, takes over the split line items. This means: If the subsequent processes post CO-relevant items, they can also transfer the CO account assignments from the original process to these line items. Controlling transfers these line items and the account assignments. #3 Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  42. 42.  In this step, G/L Accounts are classified by Item Category. This will allow the system to perform Document Splitting based on Item Category derived on lines of a financial document. #4 Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  43. 43.  In this step, Document Types are assigned to Business Transaction and Business Transaction variant. This will ensure that the document type is included in the Document Splitting process. #5 Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  44. 44.  For characteristics that you defined zero-balance setting in Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting, you can configure the G/L account where the clearing posting is made. #6 Define Zero-Balancing Clearing Account
  45. 45.  SAP allows you to activate Document Splitting for the entire client. Company Codes can be excluded from the activation in the next navigation on this configuration. #7 Activate Document Splitting
  46. 46.  If cash discount is applied to a payment of Vendor Invoice that was relevant to asset capitalisation, this setting will apply the cash discount to asset account instead of cash discount account. #8 Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Fixed Assets
  47. 47.  You can activate the standard account assignments in processes where it is not possible to derive the correct account assignments for the document splitting characteristics of General Ledger Accounting when posting the document. #9 Edit Constants for Non-assigned Processes
  48. 48. Zero-balancing for new GL ZERO-BALANCING FEATURE ENABLES THE SYSTEM TO BALANCE EVERY FINANCIAL DOCUMENT BY PROFIT CENTRE. IF THE ENTERED DOCUMENT IS NOT BALANCED, IT WILL AUTO-GENERATE SELF- BALANCING ENTRIES BY PROFIT CENTRE.
  49. 49. Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD All line items have derived a Profit Centre. Profit Centres are not in balance Profit Centre 1000 Off Expn $1,000 Profit Centre 1200 Cash $ 600 Profit Centre 1300 Cash $ 400 Profit Centre balances before SAP ECC
  50. 50. Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType KR Curr AUD Zero-balancing document generated for profit centre Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Vendor 1200 600 Vendor 1300 400 Self-balancing clearing 1000 1000 Self-balancing clearing 1200 <600> Self-balancing clearing 1300 <400> Co Code V001 Curr AUD All line items have derived a Profit Centre. Document splitting is not required. However, Profit Centre amounts are not in balance Profit Centre 1000 Off Expn $1,000Clearing $1,000 Profit Centre 1200 Cash $ 600 Clearing $ 600 Profit Centre 1300 Cash $ 400 Clearing $ 400 Self-balancing lines in SAP new GL (w/o partner PC)
  51. 51. Configuration settings Additional configuration required to zero-balance profit centres
  52. 52. Assign scenario “Profit Centre” to Ledger
  53. 53. Define “Profit Centre” as splitting characteristic Select “zero balance” to allow system to generate self- balancing entries
  54. 54.  For Profit Centre characteristic that you defined zero-balance setting in Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting, you can configure the G/L account where the clearing posting is made. Define zero-balance clearing account
  55. 55. Use of constants for non-assigned processes YOU COULD CUSTOMISE DOCUMENT SPLITTING RULES TO SPLIT FINANCIAL DOCUMENT LINE ITEMS THAT DO NOT DERIVE PROFIT CENTRE. ALTERNATIVELY, YOU CAN CONFIGURE A CONSTANT PROFIT CENTRE VALUE TO POST AGAINST THIS LINE ITEM. THIS IS USEFUL FOR BALANCE SHEET ACCOUNTS LIKE CASH, BANK
  56. 56. Document split without constant Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType SA Curr AUD Financial Document is split online when transaction is posted Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1200 <600> Cash 1300 <400> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType SA Curr AUD Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Co Code V001 DocType SA Curr AUD Financial document posts a constant when transaction is posted Acct Cost Ctr PrfCnt Amt Cash 1000 <1000> Office Exp 1321 1200 600 Office Exp 1322 1300 400 Self-balancing 1200 <600> Self-balancing 1300 <400> Self-balancing 1000 1000 Co Code V001 DocType SA Curr AUD Document split with constant
  57. 57. Document Splitting in cross company code transactions A CROSS COMPANY CODE DOCUMENT IS ONE ENTRY DOCUMENT BUT TWO FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS. PRE-CONFIGURED DOCUMENT SPLITTING RULE SPLITS CROSS COMPANY DOCUMENT AS A SINGLE DOCUMENT; YOU CAN CUSTOMISE DOCUMENT SPLITTING RULE TO SPLIT THE DOCUMENT AS TWO INDEPENDENT DOCUMENTS
  58. 58. Cross company code Vendor invoice split based on pre-configured rules Profit Centre 1300 is derived against Inter company Vendor line and inter company receivable line. The external Vendor is then split based on expense and inter company receivable line.
  59. 59. Cross company code Vendor invoice split based on configured rules (“constant”) Constant Profit Centre 1000 is derived against Inter company Vendor line and Inter company receivable line. The external Vendor is then split based on expense and inter company receivable line. The partner company code document now generates self-balancing line items.
  60. 60. Cross company code Vendor payment split based on pre-configured rules Profit Centre is derived against the external vendor line from the previous (vendor invoice) document. Intercompany Receivable line in V005 is split based on split in external vendor. This split is carried over to Intercompany payable line in V001. The bank account is now split based on split in intercompany payable line.
  61. 61. Cross company code Vendor payment split based on configured rules (“constant”) The vendor line item split is carried over from the previous (vendor invoice) document. The Intercompany Receivable is now assigned a constant profit centre 1000 because of the configured document splitting rule. The profit centre 1000 from the Inter company receivable line in V005 is carried over to the Inter company payable line in V001. The profit centre derived on the bank account line is also 1000. With the configured splitting rule, all lines of the bank account remain in one profit centre 1000.
  62. 62. Verity provides the vision, and the framework for a successful Finance process and technology transformation and re-engineering. We at Verity believe we have the experience to make success happen for our clients. This belief comes from our track record of successfully engaging customers in their pursuit of the best-of-class business solutions. We believe that this search with Verity is short because of our past experience, and fruitful because we do not simply deliver an end-result, but strive to deliver value-added service that earns us the trust and confidence of our customers. Verity Business Solutions
  63. 63. Rajesh is an accomplished and successful Finance professional with over 20 years’ experience in Finance processes and related technologies. He is a qualified accountant, and he has worked in Finance departments of multinational companies. With this strong foundation in Finance, he has managed to successfully implement best-in-class Finance processes in IT (primarily SAP). Over the last few years, Rajesh has led Finance teams on large SAP implementations and provided his insights and experience to provide a workable and an improved solution for his customers. Rajesh is a SAP Certified Application Professional. Presented by Rajesh Shanbhag
  64. 64. Contact • Contact me if have any questions, need clarifications or would like a demo of these features in an IDES SAP system. • Do visit the blog related to these slides at www.veritysolutions.com.au (Category SAP > Document Splitting) Rajesh Shanbhag W www.veritysolutions.com.au E rajesh@veritysolutions.com.au M +61 4 1123 8873

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