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Some additional options for the Planning area that were not included in the standard functions

are available in enhancement package 3 and business function FIN_GL_CI_1 (new General
Ledger Accounting).

Planning (directly) in FI is always stored in association with an account. This ensures that
primary processes can be planned without difficulty. It is consequently not possible to plan
secondary processes, such as planning of activities, directly in FI.
If you activate integrated planning from Overhead Cost Controlling (CO-OM) and planning
integration for secondary cost elements (in the standard system with enhancement package 3 or
SAP Note 1009299), secondary plan processes are also transferred to new General Ledger
Accounting.
Planning data on FI accounts can be conveniently evaluated with the help of standard drilldown
reports, for example, a plan/actual comparison.
On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Accounting Financial Accounting General Ledger
Information System General Ledger Reports (New) Financial Statement/Cash Flow
General Plan/Actual Comparisons Financial Statement: Plan/Actual Comparison for
planning in FI.
When you start this drilldown report without specifying a financial statement version in the
selection screen, the plan and actual values of the accounts are compared. In this case, period
values are always accumulated up to the chosen selection period. To evaluate plan values for a
single period (for example, only for the month of March), you need to use a financial statement
version.
Enhancement package 3 has been made available for additional drilldown reports for planned
and actual data for profit centers and segments. These drilldown reports offer selection by cost
element (not only by account). For more information on this, please refer to the Reporting unit.

Hint: If a segment is stored in a profit center master record, the planned values of the profit
center are also automatically stored for that segment

Integrated planning from CO-OM to new General Ledger Accounting works only if you are
working with a plan version with the same name in FI and CO.

For example, CO plan values from CO plan version 0 are transferred only to FI plan version 0.
To perform planning in CO using plan version 1, you must have plan version 1 defined and
assigned in FI.
In CO, the plan values are entered with the CO planner profile (such as SAPALL), used
previously.
It is also possible to transfer plan data from Profitability Analysis (CO-PA) to new General
Ledger Accounting. However, this transfer is performed through a (periodic) program run and
not online.
Note: Integrated planning for secondary costs is provided in SAP ERP Central Component
(ECC) 6.0 with enhancement package 3 (or with SAP Note 1009299). More information can be
found in a following section.

The example in the figure only works for new General Ledger Accounting if the relevant
scenarios are assigned to the ledgers (in the example, this is the ledger 0L). You also need
scenario assignments to write plan data in new General Ledger Accounting. If you do not have
scenario assignments, only the account and the plan amount are saved.
In new General Ledger Accounting, you can also write plan line items. This means that the plan
values (for an account) are not stored only as totals in the table FAGLFLEXT; a plan line item,
with a plan document number, is stored for each planned flow in the table FAGLFLEXP. Writing
plan line items was not possible in planning for classic General Ledger Accounting.
Activate the plan line item update in Customizing for Financial Accounting (New) under General
Ledger Accounting (New) Planning Plan Versions Fiscal-Year-Dependent Version
Parameters Activate Line Items for Planning.
You can check whether the action is successful in the fiscal-year-dependent version parameters.

The transaction and the program for activating integrated planning for secondary cost elements is
FAGL_PLAN_ACT_SEC.
You can use the FAGL_PLAN_ACT_SEC program (integrated planning for secondary cost
elements) with SAP ERP 2004 or SAP ERP 6.0 without enhancement packages. For more
information, see SAP Note 1009299.
In SAP ERP 2004, the program is supplied with Support Package 17 and in SAP ERP 6.0, the
program is supplied with Support Package 10.
Activating integrated planning for secondary cost types takes effect across the entire system.
Configure account determination for real-time integration of CO with FI in Customizing for
Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) under Ledgers Real-Time Integration of

Controlling with Financial Accounting Account Determination for Real-Time Integration


Define Account Determination for Real-Time Integration.
After activating integrated planning for secondary cost elements, secondary planning
transactions are available for account determination for real-time integration of CO with FI.
Examples of secondary planning transactions are as follows:
RKP1 Primary Cost Planning (transaction that is always available)
RKP2 Planning Activities
RKP3 Planning Secondary Costs
RKPU Plan Overhead Cost Assessment
If the assignment of reconciliation accounts to CO transactions is not detailed enough, you can
use substitution rules for a detailed assignment, for example, the assignment of a reconciliation
account for each secondary element and not only for each CO transaction.

On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Accounting Controlling Cost Center Accounting
Planning Allocations Assessment to find the CO plan assessment.
The CO transaction for creating a CO plan assessment is KSU7 and executing a CO plan
assessment is KSUB.

This figure displays how the result looks in FI.


In the drilldown report, as implied in the figure (available with enhancement package 3), you can
also navigate to the cost element. In the example, the cost element is 630000.

You can use plan data from the following components in CO for planning in new General Ledger
Accounting:
Overhead Cost Controlling (CO-OM): Primary cost and secondary cost elements

Profitability Analysis (CO-PA): Primary cost elements


The planning of primary and secondary cost elements is saved directly in new General Ledger
Accounting. As a result, planning in classic Profit Center Accounting (EC-PCA) or in the Special
Purpose Ledger (FI-SL) is no longer required.
Hint: With the GLDE transaction, it is also possible to delete FI planning data.

To use the additional options, activate business function FIN_GL_CI_1.


Activate cumulative plan data entry for balance sheet accounts in Customizing for Financial
Accounting (New) General Ledger Accounting (New) Planning Activate Cumulative
Plan Data Entry for Balance Sheet Accounts.
The period screen for planning in new General Ledger Accounting (transaction GP12N) displays
the balance sheet change values for each period by default. However, if cumulative plan data
entry is activated for balance sheet accounts, the system only displays the planned asset balance
sheet values rather than the planned balance sheet change values for balance sheet accounts.
For example, you have activated cumulative plan data entry and entered EUR 12,000.00 (with
distribution key 2) for balance sheet account 11000 using the GP12N transaction. Then, you
change to the period screen. The period screen displays EUR 12,000.00 for each period from 1 to
12. In other words, you see a planned asset balance sheet value of EUR 12,000.00 in each period
on the account. In periods 2 to 12, there are no changes to the asset balance sheet value.
If cumulative plan data entry for balance sheet accounts is not active, the period screen shows
EUR 1,000.00 for each period from 1 to 12 if the same data is entered.
This means the asset balance increases by EUR 1,000 in each period in the account.

You can execute a balance carry forward for plan data in FI (only) if cumulative plan data entry
is activated for balance sheet accounts (transaction FAGL_PLAN_VT).
Navigate to a Business API (BAPI) and the Business Add-In (BAdI) in Customizing for
Financial Accounting (New) under General Ledger Accounting (New) Planning External
Plan Data Transfer.