In creating our multi org R12 setup, we so far
That is what we see here…
Having defined the Business Group, in the previous step of our multi org R12 setup, we re-enter the Accounting Setup Manager. This time, our objective is to create a Primary Ledger under the Legal Entity that we have already defined.
A Primary Ledger is the Release 12 avatar of what we knew as the Set of Booksin Release 11i. The Set of Books in 11i was made up of three defining parameters:
These were referred to as the 3 Cs.
The Primary Ledger maintains these 3 parameters and adds a fourth one – the Subledger Accounting Method. Using this parameter, we can assign a specific accounting method for each ledger.
Having configured the 4 Cs, for the Primary Ledger, we set out to complete the remaining configurations. The first of these is the Journal processing options for the Ledger. The Primary Ledger needs a Short Name and a Description. We need to specify the First Ever Opened Period for the Accounting Calendar.
The Retained Earnings Account, Suspense Account and Rounding Differences Tracking Account are some of the accounts that should be defined.
Similarly, we may choose to define a Reporting Currency (optional) and Balancing Segment value assignments (optional).
This would pretty much finalize our Primary Ledger Setup.
Office Smart has 3 Legal Entities, one for each of the countries it operates in. This is because Legal Entities are designed to comply with local regulations. On the same lines, it is logical for Office Smart to maintain a Primary Ledger for each of these countries, primarily because of differences in the functional currency.
So, Office Smart creates 3 primary Ledgers, as we see here.
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