Implications for deleting a company code

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What would be the implication of deleting a company code? I have 3 company codes with one acting as the paying company code. I want to transfer all the bank data to specific company codes then delete the paying one. How to I handle this? Regards.

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  • ToddN2000
    What software program are you using? If this is internal code, the talk to your IT staff. You may also want to check with the accounting department for any legal issues in case of an audit.
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  • Benard
    I am using SAP.
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  • ToddN2000
    Sorry but I have not worked with SAP to give a educated response. I do not know if it needs to remain for retrieving historical data. From personal experience one of our staff had a similar situation. For our obsolete divisions and warehouses they removed them from the validation file, this way you could place a new order for them. The problem we face it the definition of the code was in the same file as well. So go back to an order from 5 years ago and it has warehouse code 71. Hopefully you have an employee who still remembers what it was. More so, someone does not set it up again with a new definition thinking it is not in use because it's not in the validation file.
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