FI Library: Changed Structure

Description

The FI Library (General Ledger Accounting (FI-GL), Accounts Payable (FI-AP), Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)), that was delivered previously consisted of the following topics:

describes how G/L account master data is entered and administered, as well as how business transactions are posted and processed.
describes closing operations and drawing up balance sheets and income statements.
describes evaluations with the financial information system.
describes processing activities and Customizing for the electronic bank statement.
describes the role of the business area as an organizational unit within the R/3 system.
describes how vendor master data is entered and administered, as well as how business transactions are posted and processed.
describes how customer master data is entered and administered, as well as how business transactions are posted and processed.
describes Customizing for Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and G/L Accounting.
describes Customizing for the payment and dunning programs.

The following topics are new for Release 4.0A:

outlines the essentials of posting documents.
This documentation was drawn from the previous versions of FI-GL, FI-AR, and FI-AP.
describes the master data and business transactions.
This documentation was previously part of Accounts Receivable and Payable, Automatic Procedures, and Configuration and Organization.
describes Customizing and the usage of taxes and currencies, data transfer, and organizational units in Financial Accounting.
This documentation was taken from the previous version of Configuration and Organization.
describes credit management and instruments for credit control.
This documentation was formerly a part of Accounts Receivable.

The topics below were assimilated into the new structure unchanged:

The following topics have been ommitted: