Consolidating information in option transactions
You can enter entries in elimination journals, and run processes such as currency revaluation and opening transactions.If you create accounts in the consolidated legal entity before you import subsidiary data, you can use the options for consolidation conversion to select the translation method that is required by the country/region of the consolidated legal entity.In the Consolidate [Export to] and Consolidate [Import from] forms, indicate the name of the file and the folder where it is located.In the Consolidate [Import from] and Consolidate [Online] forms, indicate the accounts that are imported for each subsidiary.You can also consolidate transactions for subsidiary legal entities into a consolidation legal entity and process an elimination rule to transfer the information from the consolidation legal entity to an elimination legal entity.
For example, specify whether consolidation should involve realized, or current, transactions or budget register entries.You can limit the transactions that are consolidated by main account, period, and budget model. Use this form to import, export, or transfer data when you consolidate accounts for subsidiary legal entities into the accounts for a consolidated legal entity.You can open the form in the various ways, depending on the purpose: You must create a legal entity that is used for consolidation before you can import data from other legal entities.
If no limits are set, all subsidiary accounts are consolidated.
Create a line for each subsidiary legal entity that is included in the export, import, or online consolidation.