The cash journal is a single-screen transaction. This means that you can enter, display, and change cash journal documents on one screen.
You have the following options:
•Entering, saving, and posting cash journal entries
You can save cash journal entries locally in the cash journal. The system also calculates the balances. The cash journal entries saved are then posted to the general ledger.
For a cash journal document, you can carry out CO account assignments, and have taxes, including withholding taxes, calculated by the system with reference to business transactions, taking account of tax jurisdiction codes, for example.
•Displaying follow-on documents
You can also display the follow-on documents arising for the cash journal entries posted.
•Defining cash journal business transactions
As well as defining cash journal business transactions in Customizing, you can also, if necessary, define a new business transaction while you are making entries in the cash journal.
•Printing the cash journal
You can print all of the cash journal entries posted in the time period displayed. You select the print form in Customizing.
You can print the cash journal entries saved. You select the print form in Customizing.
•Deleting cash journal entries saved
If you have the appropriate authorization, you can delete cash journal entries that have been saved.
•Displaying all cash journal documents that have been deleted
You can display all the cash journal documents that have been deleted within a specific time period.
•Changing the cash journal
You can change the cash journal and the company code while you are processing entries.
Transaction Code (Tcode)
FBCJ - Cash Journal SAP SE (Systems, Applications & Products in Data Processing) is a German multinational software corporation that makes enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. SAP is headquartered in Walldorf, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, with regional offices in 130 countries.The company has over 293,500 customers in 190 countries.
In 1973, the first commercial product was launched. It was called SAP R/98 and offered a common system for multiple tasks. This permitted the use of a centralized data storage, improving the maintenance of data. From a technical point of view, therefore, a database was necessary.
In 1976, SAP GmbH was founded, and moved its headquarters the following year to Walldorf, Germany. Three years later, in 1979, SAP launched SAP R/2, expanding the capabilities of the system to other areas, such as material management and production planning. In 1981, SAP brought a re-designed product to market.