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Hi All

I configured the interest indicator Z1 to calculate the interest in F.26 ...

it all works fine, however, the requirement is that the interest amount is calculated based on the transaction
currency - since we have multiple currency amounts that get entered..

Is this possible at all

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October 22, 2009 at 08:42 AM
Check transaction OBV1.

For business transaction 1000 we


have + in interest indicator, company
code and business area. Assuming
you can assign specific ones here if
you want to

Following details on this business


transaction:

Debit 01 1000 Customer posting

Credit 50 0001 Interest received

Then click on accounts at the top of


the screen, give your chart of accounts
and continue.

Here you should have account


symbols.

In our case account symbol 1000 has


a + for currency and a + for G/L Acct
and for account symbol 0001 we have
a + for currency and the G/L Acct
641600 (which is our account for
interest). Same account is also
specified for account symbol 0002
which is used for "interest paid" in
business transaction 2000.

In this one we have the same main


settings as above for interest, cc and
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ba and in the debit/credit settings:

Debit 40 0002 Interest paid

Credit 16 1000 Customer posting

Hope this helps

//Jan Pettersson

Edit: Under button "Symbols" we have


these entries:

0001 Interest received

0002 Interest paid

1000 Customer posting

Edited by: Jan Pettersson on Oct 22,


2009 8:46 AM

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October 20, 2009 at 15:23 PM


Dear,

please have a look at the note number 709999 that says:

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Symptom

You carry out a balance interest calculation on a customer,


vendor or

G/L account. The interest letter and the created posting are
always

created in local currency even though the account was also


posted to in

other currencies.

Other terms

RFDZSI00. RFKZIS00, RFSZIS00

F.26, F.44, F.52

Reason and Prerequisites

Solution

This is not caused by any error: The programs for the account
balance

interest calculation work exclusively in local currency.

If you want to calculate interest on customer or vendor accounts


in

document currency, use the item interest calculation.

I hope this can help You.

Mauri

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 09:43 AM

Hi Mauri

thank you very much for the information..

And I just configured the Item Interest Calculation and the F.26 again but I sitll get the
interest calculations in Local Currency..

What am i doing wrong?

Thanks again

Rukshana

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October 21, 2009 at 09:59 AM


Dear Rukshana,

You did well.

As the note states:

This is not caused by any error: The programs for the account
balance

interest calculation work exclusively in local currency.

this means that the Standard report works and calcultes interest
in local currency only.

I'm sorry but this is a SAP Standard Design that cannot be


changed.

Have a nice day.

Mauri

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 10:02 AM

Hi Mauri

Thanks again for the prompt and very informative response...

So the answer is an absolute NO if the customer requests the Interest calculation to be in


Document currency and at item level detail for the customer...

Have i understood it correctly - just want to be absolutely certain before i give the answer..

thank you so very much

Rukshana

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Jan Pettersson (https://people.sap.com/jan.pettersson)replied October 21, 2009 at 11:43 AM

We calculate interest on item level using transaction FINT and send interest invoices
based on this, it works in document currency.

Edit: We have ECC 6.0 if that makes any difference compared to R/3.

//Jan Pettersson

Edited by: Jan Pettersson on Oct 21, 2009 11:43 AM

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 12:59 PM

Hi Jan

Thanks much for the info.

In order to run the FINT transaction, should I be do any more Customizing since it keeps
coming back with the message that No Items were selected.

Thank you

Rukshana

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Jan Pettersson (https://people.sap.com/jan.pettersson)replied October 21, 2009 at 13:06 PM

Depends on how your interest indiciator is configured today?

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Otherwise things to consider is:

Interest indicator needs to be maintained in customer master data

Customer needs to have items that qualify based on your interest indicator preferences

Otherwise the FINT is quite self explaining when it comes to entries. Usually the mistake is

the two above

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 13:40 PM

Hi again Jan

I have maintained the interest indicator on the Master data and also input some entries -
however, the error I now get is:

No time-dependent conditions for Z3/EUR/Debit Int. Rate/from 26.09.2009

However, in Customizing I have set this up in transaction OB81

What am i missing?

And thanks a bunch

Rukshana

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Jan Pettersson (https://people.sap.com/jan.pettersson)replied October 21, 2009 at 13:43 PM

This is what one of our interest indiciators look like in OB81:

ZC DKK 01.01.2001 1 Debit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

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ZC DKK 01.01.2001 2 Credit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC EUR 01.01.2001 1 Debit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC EUR 01.01.2001 2 Credit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC GBP 01.01.2001 1 Debit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC GBP 01.01.2001 2 Credit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC NOK 01.01.2001 1 Debit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC NOK 01.01.2001 2 Credit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC SEK 01.01.2001 1 Debit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC SEK 01.01.2001 2 Credit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC USD 01.01.2001 1 Debit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

ZC USD 01.01.2001 2 Credit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

Does this help?

//Jan

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 15:59 PM

Hiya Jan

My settings are identical to the ones that you have but I still get the same error when I run
FINT.

Any more ideas?

Thanks much

Rukshana

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October 21, 2009 at 16:13 PM


Dear,

Please insert the "Debit interest: arrears interest calc." for Your
Z3

Interest Indicator by:

IMG > Financial Accounting (New) > Accounts Receivable and


Accounts

Payable > Business Transactions > Interest Calculation >

Define Time-Based Terms

Int.calc.indicator Z3

Currency Key EUR

Eff. from 26.09.2009

Sequential number 1

Term Debit interest: arrears interest calc. <

Ref. interest rate

Premium

Amount from

I hope this helps You.

Mauri

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 17:36 PM

Hello again

Yes I have done what all you suggested and I still do get the below error message:

No time-dependent conditions for Z3/EUR/Debit Int. Rate/from 26.09.2009

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I cant understand why its doing that -

i have created a new Libor rate with the currency SEK, and created my interest indicator
as P to allocate for item interest, then I have also assigned Z3 to the new LIBOR rate....

but even then i get the same error when i do FINT

thank you for the support

Rukshana

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 17:52 PM

Hi Again

thank you very much for the support - i finally got it to work

but now another error pops up as below:

Account symbol 0001 cannot be replaced (modif. + )

Message no. F8107

Any idea as to how I can correct that

thanks again

Rukshana

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October 21, 2009 at 17:55 PM


Dear Rukshana,

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check again that into transaction OB81You defined:

Z3 EUR 01.01.2009 1 Debit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

Z3 EUR 01.01.2009 2 Credit interest: arrears interest calc. 0,00

AND NOT

Z3 EUR 01.01.2009 1 Credit interest: balance interest calc. 0,00

Z3 EUR 01.01.2009 2 Credit interest: balance interest calc. 0,00

Because You have to insert ARREARS and not BALANCE.

Please let me know.

Mauri

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 21, 2009 at 18:07 PM

Hi Mauri

Thanks a bunch for that

thats just what i Changed and it works but now am getting a different error:

Account symbol 0001 cannot be replaced (modif. + )

Message no. F8107

Any ideas why this happens?

Thanks soo much again!!

Rukshana

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Jan Pettersson (https://people.sap.com/jan.pettersson)replied October 22, 2009 at 08:47 AM

Check transaction OBV1.

https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/1507146 11/16
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For business transaction 1000 we have + in interest indicator, company code and
business area. Assuming you can assign specific ones here if you want to

Following details on this business transaction:

Debit 01 1000 Customer posting

Credit 50 0001 Interest received

Then click on accounts at the top of the screen, give your chart of accounts and continue.

Here you should have account symbols.

In our case account symbol 1000 has a + for currency and a + for G/L Acct and for
account symbol 0001 we have a + for currency and the G/L Acct 641600 (which is our
account for interest). Same account is also specified for account symbol 0002 which is
used for "interest paid" in business transaction 2000.

In this one we have the same main settings as above for interest, cc and ba and in the
debit/credit settings:

Debit 40 0002 Interest paid

Credit 16 1000 Customer posting

Hope this helps

//Jan Pettersson

Edit: Under button "Symbols" we have these entries:

0001 Interest received

0002 Interest paid

1000 Customer posting

Edited by: Jan Pettersson on Oct 22, 2009 8:46 AM

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 22, 2009 at 10:58 AM

Thank you very much

Now its working perfectly

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 30, 2009 at 12:14 PM

Hi Guys

I somehow managed to get the interest on items working and now the requirment has
changed to be that irrespective of transaction currency - the calculation of interest should
be on the Customer currency -

Is this possible - can you please guide me as to how to get this done ....

It is highly critical ..

Thanks much

Rukshana

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MAURIZIO BIANCOTTI (https://people.sap.com/maurizio.biancotti)replied

October 22, 2009 at 11:02 AM


Dear Rukshana,

jan is right. Usually the reason for the error message is that for
your

Chart of Accounts there is no Account Symbol 1000 maintained.

If you compare with Chart of Accounts "INT", you will see the
entry

missing.

Please maintain it accordingly by transaction OBV1 and test


again.

You have to create the account symbol 1000 in your chart of


accounts.

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If you need that the posting is done to the customer account,


then you

should create an entry as follows:

Acct symbol Currency G/L account

1000 + +

When you call transaction OBV1 and select Accounts button,

you will see that, for each account symbol, there must be a G/L
account

associated with that.

Message F8 107 says that:

The account symbol could not be replaced by a G/L account.

The possible reasons for that:

1) You have not associated a G/L account to the symbol

2) You have associated a general account with a mask, for


example

12345*, then a replacement rule will take place: system will try
to

find the respective G/L account that starts with 12345 and has
one more

digit. If system is not able to find this G/L, the message above is

displayed

I hope this helps.

Mauri

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 30, 2009 at 12:16 PM

I need to get the interest calculation on the Customer master data currency.

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied October 30, 2009 at 15:03 PM

Hi

Any suggestions on this issue?

thanks much

rukshana

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Jan Pettersson (https://people.sap.com/jan.pettersson)replied November 02, 2009 at 11:33 AM

Hi!

Sorry, I can't help there. We're just implementing SD and sales data on our customers
(they have been FICO only up until now), so it hasn't been relevant with anything but
transaction currency.

//Jan

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Rukshana Sameem (https://people.sap.com/rukshana.sameem2)replied November 02, 2009 at 14:27 PM

Hi Jan

thanks for the reply.

I suppose standard SAP is not going to support this -

Anyway, thanks much

Rukshana

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