⤷ FI-CA (Application Component) Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable
⤷ FKKB (Package) Contract A/R & A/P: Central Objects
|Short Description||Main Transaction for Line Item|
|Category of Dictionary Type||D||Domain|
|Type of Object Referenced||No Information|
|Domain / Name of Reference Type||HVORG_KK|
|Data Type||CHAR||Character String|
|Search Help: Name|
|Search Help: Parameters|
|Default Component name||MAIN_TRANS|
|No Input History|
|Basic direction is set to LTR|
|No BIDI Filtering|
Main transactions and sub-transactions fulfill three functions:
- They document which aspect of a business transaction or process the line item entry is based on.
A short description is assigned to each main and sub-transaction for this purpose, and this can be used in correspondence.
- In many processes, main and sub-transactions can influence automatic account determination.
- An internal main transaction can be assigned to the main transaction, and an internal sub-transaction can be assigned to the sub-transaction. Internal transactions control the way in which application-specific processing programs run.
The sub-transaction differentiates the main transaction.
If your application area is using main and sub-transactions, then specify the appropriate ones during document entry.
Utility companies may use the following main transactions:
The budget billing main transaction could be comprised of the sub-transactions:
- Budget billing request (statistical posting)
- Budget billing receivable (actual posting)
- Budget billing payment
Supplementary Documentation - HVORG_KK 1000
Main and sub-transactions perform the following three functions:
- They document the aspect of the business transaction or business process on which the posting of the document line item is based.
An explanatory text is assigned to each main and sub-transaction that can be used in correspondence.
- In a number of processes, main and sub-transactions can influence automatic account determination.
- An internal main transaction can be asigned to a main transaction. Similarly, an internal sub-transaction can be assigned to an internal transaction; the internal transactions control the way in which application-specific processing programs run.
Sub-transactions distinguish main transactions.
The following are some of the main transactions likely to be used by utilities:
The following partial transactions may exist for the transaction "Discount":
- Discount request (statistical posting)
- Discount request (actual posting)
- Discount payment
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