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Settlement rule & settlement type

Former Member
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Hi all,

I can view settlement receiver of maintenance order in t-code IW32 as two line item.In both line item,cat & receiver are same.However,under column "settlement type"two separate type are available .One is FUL & another is PER

Can anybody please give details which area of either settlement profile or settlement rule, we need to configure to reflect this? Also what is the significance to configure both these settlement type at a time?Settlement receiver under "PER" settlement type is coming in grey mode?how can I change this settlement receiver?

thanks in advance.

rgds

rajib

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Former Member
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Hi Rajib,

This Settlement type generation comes under FICO,

PER is used for periodic settlement of cost which is used when you run your settlement on daya to day basis may be by batch job.

FUL is used for cross over settlement of cost means cost of this month in next month.

Once Settlement is done you can not change the settlement type in that case you need to reverse your full settlement and delete this line item and add new if you want to settle the cost on some other Receiver

You can use User Exit IWO10027 to control the creation of this line item with settlement type.

Also Look as setting undeer Finance IMG

Internal Orders --> Actual Postings --> Settlement --> Automatic Generation of Settlement Rules

Thanks,

SS

Former Member
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Dear Sharma,

If we do not maintain 'PER" settlement type,what will happen? Can not we do periodic settlement? where we configure this settlement type? pl explain.

rgds

rajib

former_member187991
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Hi

You can use either of the settlement type PER or FUL it is configured by SAP you can find the definition below . Kindly check with FICO also

PER (periodic settlement):

Settlement with this settlement type covers only the costs for the relevant settlement period.

The following data from internal cost allocations:

Sender cost center/activity type sent

Business process

Quantities

FUL (full settlement):

You can use this settlement type in automatic settlements.

The difference to periodic settlement is that in full settlement you settle each time all the costs that have occurred for a sender object for all the periods prior to the settlement (and are not yet settled). If PER rules exist, they take precedence over the FUL rule.

Quantities from internal activity allocations are not sent to the receiver. This means that there is no guarantee that actual activity prices, elimination of internal business volume, and variance calculation will take place correctly. For this reason, we do not recommend that you use FUL for cost centers or business processes.

Regards

Thyagarajan

Former Member
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Dear Thyagrajan,

thanks for your kind information.

rgds

rajib

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