Customer Account analysis
FD11 SAP Transaction Code (T-code) Details
FD11 has different tab
Acct. Bal = Normal items in FBL5N
Special G/L = Special G/L transaction in FBL5N
OI Net = Outstanding Items (all items including special + noted items) in FBL5N
Description: Customer Account Analysis
Program : SAPMF42B
1. Logistics - Logistics Controlling
2. FI - Financial Accounting
3. Real Estate Management
4. Information Systems
5. SD - Sales and Distribution
SAP Menu Path:
1. SAP Menu⇒Logistics⇒Sales and Distribution⇒Credit Management⇒Account⇒Analysis
2. SAP Menu⇒Logistics⇒Sales and Distribution⇒Sales Information System⇒Environment⇒Document information⇒Credit management⇒Analysis of balances
3. SAP Menu⇒Logistics⇒Logistics Controlling⇒Sales Information System⇒Environment⇒Document information⇒Credit management⇒Analysis of balances
4. SAP Menu⇒Accounting⇒Financial Accounting⇒Accounts Receivable⇒Account⇒Analysis
5. SAP Menu⇒Accounting⇒Financial Accounting⇒Accounts Receivable⇒Credit Management⇒Account⇒Analysis
6. SAP Menu⇒Accounting⇒Real Estate Management⇒Real estate general contract⇒Postings⇒Customer menu⇒Account⇒Analysis
7. SAP Menu⇒Information Systems⇒General Report Selection⇒Sales and Distribution⇒Credit Management⇒Customer Account Analysis 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.
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