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When you compare the balance between cash apps, for example Cash Position Details, and G/L account balance, there might be difference, here are some of the reasons for your reference.   You can refer to

This essay is to clarify the frequently asked question, what is bank account balance in new cash reports, like cash position. The question can be answered if we clarify what the actual bank account balance

You can find detailed information of Flow Builder in link https://uacp.hana.ondemand.com/http.svc/rc/PRODUCTION/a0a0b752bf730226e10000000a4450e5/1610%20001/en-US/frameset.htm following path: One Exposure from Operations => Financial Operations in One Exposure => Integration of Accounting Documents => Flow Builder Or One Exposure from Operations

In Liquidity Forecast or Actual Cash Flow Analysis, Customers may want to treat tax item as separated one (with separated liquidity item for example) or combine the tax item in revenue or expense item, which

Add required webdynpro application in PFCG role open transaction code PFCG and find target role, for example SAP_SFIN_CASH_MANAGER open the node you want to add the application Display the node details Copy Web Dynpro Applicat.

Classic Cash and Liquidity Management offers functionality to do Cash Concentration as followings: 1.       Define Cash Pool in Grouping in view V_T038 2.       FF73 – Create Cash Concentration Cash concentration based on cash pool defined

Previous one: http://scn.sap.com/community/simple-finance/blog/2016/08/17/deep-dive-of-cash-position-details-part1 Cash Position Details in S/4HANA Finance 1605 (aka, Simple Finance) 1.       Report main part – Dimensions Comparing with classic FF7A, Cash Position Details provides more flexibilities regarding reporting dimensions, not only covering

Cash Position Details in S/4HANA Finance 1605 (aka, Simple Finance) 1. Filters, most of filters are easy to understand, here are several ones need to be explained further: Certainty Level: Certainty Level describes the reliability

In classic Cash and Liquidity Management (Cash Management solution in ECC), there are two relatively isolated solution, i.e. Cash Management and Liquidity Planner, both of which have own database tables, details as followings: For Cash

SAP S/4HANA for Cash Management covers following aspects: 1.       Bank Account Management, brand new tool to help cash manager to manage bank accounts as Master Data on their own, instead of configurations (FI12) comparing with