Users Guide to SAP S4HANA SD-FI Integration and Account Determination Process

This document (107 pages PDF) provides an overview of SAP SD FI integration and account determination in SAP S/4HANA. It covers the order to cash (O2C) process from sales order to delivery to billing.

Key list of processes covered in the document are:

  • Preparation for SD-FI Integration: Explains the pre-requisites before SD-FI integration like sales order and outbound delivery creation.
  • SD-FI Integration Starts from Outbound Delivery Post Goods Issue (PGI): Explains how accounting entries are triggered during goods issue to outbound delivery.
  • Number Range in Outbound Delivery PGI: Covers configuration of number range for accounting document type at goods issue.
  • Account Determination in SD: Explains account determination in SD also called revenue account determination. Covers account keys, account assignment groups, access sequences etc..
  • Create Billing: Explains accounting at the time of billing document creation and how values are posted to determined GL accounts.
  • Accounting Entries at Billing: Displays sample accounting entries posted at billing along with GL accounts.

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SAP S4HANA FI Configuration Document (108 Pages PDF)

This 108 pages PDF document provides an overview of the key configuration steps required in the SAP S4HANA Finance (FI) module. It covers configuration for the following areas:

  • Enterprise Structure
  • General Ledger Accounting
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Accounts Payable
  • Bank Accounting
  • Tax Accounting
  • Asset Accounting
  • Controlling Area

The document outlines the IMG menu paths and transaction codes for each configuration activity. It provides details on configuring master data like company code, chart of accounts, account groups, posting keys, document types etc. as well as steps for settings like number ranges, posting rules, integration with General Ledger and tax configuration.

This configuration guide can serve as a reference for consultants implementing S/4HANA Finance modules in a client project. It aims to provide a foundation for setting up FI/CO functionality based on best practices.

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Document Splitting Configuration in SAP S/4HANA

Document splitting is a feature in SAP that automatically splits line items in documents based on configured dimensions or to allow zero balancing. This enables drawing financial statements at various dimensions like profit centers.
In this PDF document, you will find instructions for the following list of steps required to configure Document Splitting in SAP:

  1. Classify G/L accounts for document splitting by assigning item categories.
  2. Classify document types for document splitting by assigning business transactions and variants.
  3. Define a zero-balance clearing account to post any additional clearing items.
  4. Define document splitting characteristics for GL accounting like zero balancing, mandatory fields.
  5. Define document splitting characteristics for Controlling.
  6. Activate document splitting at the client level. It applies to all company codes unless specifically deactivated.

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Managing Payments and Bank Reconciliation in SAP: A Back-to-Basics Tutorial

SAP banking module covers the entire payment cycle – right from integration with bank accounts, to processing payments, to reconciliation.
This is a training PDF document that covers banking and payment processes in SAP. It provides an overview of major day-to-day transactions, important terminology, configuration steps, and demos for bank reconciliation statements.

Key Points covered in the document are:

  • Questions to ask the customer (business) and bank to understand requirements for setting up bank integration and payments.
  • Important SAP terminologies like house bank, bank key, payment methods, manual and electronic bank statements.
  • Configuration steps for setting up bank keys, bank GL accounts, payment program, check lots.
  • Demo transactions for payments like vendor, customer, and shows how accounting entries are passed.
  • The need for bank reconciliation and types like manual and electronic BRS.
  • Different connection methods between bank and SAP like API, SFTP, Bank tool are explained. Configuration for electronic Bank Reconciliation Statements (BRS) using one of these methods is shown.

In summary, this training document provides end-to-end details on setting up and processing payments in SAP, right from gathering business requirements to system configuration, transaction postings, reconciliation with banks using manual or electronic BRS based on connection method.

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Asset Accounting Process in SAP S/4HANA (145 Pages PDF)

This user manual for asset accounting processes provides an end-to-end guide to managing fixed assets within SAP S/4HANA. By following this SAP user manual, finance users can fully manage fixed asset processes including capitalizing assets, transferring assets, retiring/disposing assets, depreciation runs, reversals, and asset reporting using the key SAP transactions for each process.

Key Asset Accounting processes covered in the document are;

  • Asset procurement can be done through PO (ME21N) and GR (MIGO) in MM module or direct FI document (F-90)
  • Assets under construction (AUCs) are managed using AS01 before settlement to capital assets via AIAB
  • Assets can be transferred within company code via ABUMN or to another company code
  • Retiring assets properly writes off value through F-92 (sale to customer) or ABAON (sale without customer)
  • Depreciation runs using AFAB post planned depreciation to GL accounts
  • Reversals of incorrect postings done via AB08
  • Reports like AR01, AR02, AR03 provide asset balance, history, and depreciation details
  • Covers the entire asset lifecycle end-to-end within SAP Asset Accounting using key transaction codes

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General Ledger Process in SAP S/4HANA (147 Pages PDF)

The manual provides a comprehensive guide to posting financial transactions to the general ledger processes in SAP S/4HANA. It covers the most commonly used transactions for journal entries, parking documents, clearing open items, accruals, recurring entries, reversals, reporting and more.

Key GL processes covered in the document:

  • Posting Journal Entries: Covers posting standard journal vouchers through FB50, F-02 and FB01. Explains workflow approval for parked documents.
  • Parking Documents: Demonstrates parking journal entries for approval using FV50 and F-65 before posting.
  • Post with Clearing: Shows how to clear between GL accounts using transaction F-04.
  • Incoming/Outgoing Payments: Explains posting of receipts and payments via F-06 and F-07.
  • Accruals and Deferrals: Shows how to post and automatically reverse accruals/deferrals using FBS1 and F.81.
  • Recurring Documents: Steps through creating, changing, displaying and posting recurring entries with FBD1, FBD2, FBD3, F.14.
  • Reversals: Covers reversing posted entries through FB08, F.80 and clearing documents using FBRA.
  • Clearing Items: Demonstrates manual clearing with F-03 and automatic clearing using F.13.
  • Reporting: Explains viewing GL account balances and line items using FAGLB03, FAGLL03, FAGLL03H.

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Accounts Receivable Process in SAP S/4HANA (241 Pages PDF)

This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to perform transactions of common accounts receivable process in SAP S/4HANA Finance (FI-AP). It is intended for users who are new to SAP or who need a refresher on the accounts receivable process.

The guide covers the following topics:

  • How to create and park Customer invoices
  • How to create and park Customer credit memos
  • How to process Customer Advance Payment: (Without advance request)
  • How to process Customer Incoming Payment (Full, Partial, and Residual):
  • How to process Customer Outgoing Payment (Refund to customer)
  • How to manage Customer Manual Clearing
  • How to post a new accounting document with reference
  • Most Used Accounts Receivable Reports

The guide is organized by topic, and each topic includes step-by-step instructions, screenshots, and explanations of the key concepts.

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