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Profit Center for cross company code sales

Rohit_Zalani
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Hi Forum

This pertains to a scenario where you have intercompany sales transactions.

When the sales order is created, the selling company code needs a profit center based on the sales office. However, the delivering company code requires the profit center based on the material / plant.

The issue is that if we populated VBAP-PRCTR with the profit center of the selling company code, the system will copy this into delivery and this issues an error since the profit center is for the selling company code.

So, the requirement is that when a delivery and an interco invoice is created, the system should use the profit center for the delivering co code, but when it is posting the end customer invoice, it should use the profit center based on the sales office.

SAP seemingly has a field PRCTF for profit center for billing. Anyone has used this field for a situation as above ?

Would appreciate your valuable inputs.

Regards

Rohit Zalani

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Lakshmipathi
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Maintain substitution rule 0kel and 0kem

Rohit_Zalani
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Hi

Thank you for your response. Are you indicating that we maintain substitution for PRCTF instead of PRCTR in the sales order ? Do we need to make any other changes ? SAP's note seemingly indicates that this is the approach to use, but was not sure if there is anything else that may be required.

Can you help with more details?

Regards

Rohit Zalani

sanilbhandari
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Hi

You might need to create a simple user exit in CO Substitution for field PRCTR. As already suggested by lakshmipathi.ganesan Sir, you need to use substitution in PCA. The below WIKI link could be a good starting point and your finance colleague should be able to help on the same.

https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPFI/Validations+and+Substitutions

Regards

Sanil Bhandari