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The condition technique is also used in account determination in order to allocate the correct GL account to the account key, as assigned in the pricing procedure.

IMG >> SD >> Basic fncs >> Account Assignment >> Revenue account determination >> Check master data relevant for account assignment.

Through check master data relevant for account assignment, one has the opportunity to create account assignment grouping criteria. This grouping criteria provides the system with an extra variable in determining the required account number. For ex, by selecting check master data relevant for account assignment in materials: account assignment groups, one can specify whether a material should be classified as a trading item, service item, finished product etc. After the creation of these we should make sure they are assigned to the material master record. The same is true for customer account groups (domestic revenues, foreign revenues etc).

As account determination follows the condition technique, it is understood that there may be a need to change the condition table that is used in the access sequence to find the correct condition record (that is, the correct account number).

IMG >> SD >> Basic fncs >> Account Assignment >> Revenue account determination >> Define dependencies of revenue account determination (field catalogs, condition tables)

After ensuring your condition tables exist as required, ensure that the access sequence and condition types are maintained as required too.

IMG >> SD >> Basic fncs >> Account Assignment >> Revenue account determination >> Define access sequences and account determination types. [Account determination types = KOFI (5 condition tables - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; KOFK]

Now, create the account determination procedure.

IMG >> SD >> Basic fncs >> Account Assignment >> Revenue account determination >> Define and assign account determination procedures [std = KOFI00 - KOFI, KOFK]

The account determination procedure is then assigned to a billing type.

The column described as "CaAc" represents the cash allocation key, which causes the system to post directly into a GL account for cash entry, rather than into a receivables account. [EVV-cash clearing]

Finally, the assignment of the account key is the actual process of assigning the account key to each condition type (in the revenue account procedure), as done in the pricing procedure maintenance.

ERL - sales revenues

ERS - sales deductions

ERF - freight revenue

ERB - rebate sales deductions [ERU - accruals]

MWS - taxes on sales/purchases

PPC - cash payment, PPS - check payment, PPG - voucher

All that remains is the assignment of the GL accounts to the condition table, as specified in the access sequence.

Fields = (application - [sd/purchasing/recon account/cash settlement], condition type, chart of accounts, sales org, customer account assignment group, account assignment group for material, account key, G/L account

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