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ABAP definicja allocation rule (FI-SL). Co znaczy quantities to be assessed/distributed. There are.
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Definicja allocation rule (FI-SL)

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Defines the amounts and quantities to be assessed/distributed. There are both sender and receiver rules.

Sender Rules

Posted amounts

The posted balance (amount) stored in database records for the sender is posted to the receiver(s).

Fixed amounts

A specific fixed amount is allocated from the sender, independent of the balance of the sender(s).

Fixed rates

The sender is not credited with the a fixed amount , but with an amount amount that results from multiplying the fixed rate with the total of the respective receiver tracing factors. This sender value is then cleared to the receiver according to the receiver tracing factor.

Receiver Rules

Variable portions

A variable portion is allocated / distributed to each receiver. The portion in question is calculated using amounts in the totals database. The FI-SL totals database therefore serves as the basis for the allocation.

Fixed amounts

A fixed amount is assessed / distributed to each receiver. The amount credited to the original sender or assessment account is the sum of the receiver's fixed amounts and is also dependent upon the sender rule.

Fixed percentages

A fixed percentage is assessed/distributed to each receiver. This percentage is based on the amount to be allocated from the sender.

Fixed portions

A fixed portion is assessed/distributed to each receiver. The only difference here to the variable portions is that you as the user can decide which portion is to be assessed or distributed.

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