A very timely conference on the subject of the leadership required to manage the sustainability of our world. On the eve of the event the citizens of the United States elected a new president after 8 years of George W. Bush (it was quite a scene in Times Square…).
Valuable perspectives were provided on Corporate [...]
Use Supporting References in SLA and you can see SLA generated and manual JEs in the same inquiry.
First you have to define a supporting reference eg PO Number, then define which Event Classes and the source that has the PO Number, whoohooo this even goes across appl_ids so following PO example, assign it to Invoices [...]
One of the blessings in Payables R12 is the possibility to create online accounting.This allows the user to enter invoices and payments and post the accounting immediately in General Ledger. I found out that unexpected behaviour of this process can cause (temporarily of course after reading this post) a reconciliation difference.
Written by David Haimes
I blogged some time ago about the One Laptop per Child Foundation and how myself and others had taken part in the give one get one program last year. I think the XO laptop is an amazing machine and more importantly I fully support the goals of the foundation.
I got an [...]
Great technique used to get cumulative sum
Written by David Haimes
As Intercompany transactions are very likely to cross systems they are a good candidate for integration in a ‘Hub’ of some sort.
In R12 the Financials Services Accounting Hub (FSAH) allows integration of third party systems to Oracle and is incredibly powerful and flexible.
Let’s use a simple example:
Company A and B both use [...]
Every day I discover new things in SAP. I want to share them with you.
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Free SAP Tip
by Daniel Toba @ SAP Blog
You want to enter in debug mode but you are in a modal window and cannot access the T-code box to type /H. Here is what you need to do to get into debug.
I got inspired by the previous post and wanted to share some of my daily SAP activities. I'm not doing all the bellow actions in one day, of course:
So, here they are:
1) A good day is starting with a good coffee. Back when I was working in Romania I had two ways of drinking coffee depending where I would have been. When I was going to my company office I would drink the coffee at the office while reading my emails. Sometimes I was doing the same when I was going to the client’s site. But sometimes I just drank the coffee after the breakfast in the hotel restaurant.