By reading the Tcode table, I have a list of Tcodes as follows:
FAGLGA11 General Ledger: Create Act. Assessmt
FAGLGA12 General Ledger: Change Act. Assessmt
FAGLGA13 Gen. Ledger: Display Act. Assessment
FAGLGA14 Gen. Ledger: Delete Act. Assessment
FAGLGA15 Gen. Ledger: Execute Act. Assessment
FAGLGA16 Gen. Ledger: Act. Assessmt Overview
FAGLGA27 Gen. Ledger: Create Plan Assessment
FAGLGA28 Gen. Ledger: Change Plan Assessment
FAGLGA29 Gen. Ledger: Display Plan Assessment
FAGLGA2A Gen. Ledger: Delete Plan Assessment
FAGLGA2B Gen. Ledger: Execute Plan Assessment
FAGLGA2C Gen. Ledger: Plan Assessmt Overview
FAGLGA31 Gen. Ledger: Create Act.Distribution
FAGLGA32 Gen. Ledger: Change Act.Distribution
FAGLGA33 Gen. Ledger:Display Act.Distribution
FAGLGA34 Gen. Ledger: Delete Act.Distribution
FAGLGA35 Gen. Ledger:Execute Act.Distribution
FAGLGA36 Gen. Ledger: Act. Distrib. Overview
FAGLGA47 Gen. Ledger:Create Plan Distribution
FAGLGA48 Gen. Ledger:Change Plan Distribution
FAGLGA49 Gen. Ledger:Display PlanDistribution
FAGLGA4A Gen. Ledger:Delete Plan Distribution
FAGLGA4B Gen. Ledger:Execute PlanDistribution
FAGLGA4C Gen. Ledger: Plan Distrib. Overview
I try to create a cycle on on the assessment, and found that I cannot use CE type: 42.
My question is that, all of these Gen.Ledger based assessment/distribution:
Are they FI side and not CO side, meaning to say that, after the cycle execution, I can read that changes / allocation from FI side (like FB03 / FAGLL03)?
This is from FI-SL side.
Once you try to attach segment, you will get assessment account.
This is where you enter the assessment cost element in Controlling (CO) and the assessment cost element in Profit Center Accounting (EC-PCA). Or you enter the assessment account in Special Purpose Ledger (FI-SL).
The following are posted as a result of the assessment under the predefined assessment cost element or assessment account:
Credit on the sender
Debits on the receivers
In CO and EC-PCA, you need to store this cost element in the cost element master data as a secondary cost element with cost element type 42.
For FI-SL, you can enter any desired account here for use as an assessment account.