A journal entry (also known as a journal voucher / JV) is an entry or transaction used in the SAP general ledger to book amounts for assets, liabilities, expenses, and revenues for a company or entity.
Journal entries are initiated and completed by those at Duke with the proper security access to create journal entries in SAP R/3 at Duke.Those users are known as “Document Initiators”.
Journal Entry documents should be initiated and completed on a timely basis to ensure that those reviewing have time to take action. If possible, do not wait until the fiscal month closing week to initiate documents.
-Transaction Code Quick Reference
-Overview Of The Journal Entry Process
-Set User Preferences Via Editing Options
-Initiate And Complete A Journal Entry Document Via Park Document
-Initiate And Complete An Accrual Or Deferral Via Park Document
-Monitor The Status Of Completed Journal Entries Via The Initiator’s Sap Outbox
-Display A Parked Document (Individual Or Via List)
-Change A Parked Document
-Attach A File (Word, Excel) Via Change Parked Document
-Display Changes To A Parked Document
-Process A Rejected Journal Entry Via The Initiator’s Sap Inbox
-Send A Copy Of A Journal Entry To Other Users
-Delete A Parked Document
-Create An Account Assignment Model
-Use An Account Assignment Model To Initiate A Journal Entry
-Change Or Delete An Account Assignment Model
-Initiate A Journal Entry From The Excel Jv Upload
-Approve Or Reject A Completed Document Via The Approver’s Sap Inbox
-Forward A Completed Document To Another Approver
-Create, Change, And View Attachments Via The Sap Inbox
-Display A Posted Journal Entry Document
-Change A Posted Journal Entry
-Display Changes To A Posted Journal Entry
-Reports To Track Journal Entries In The Jv Workflow Process
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