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FBL3N – G/L Account Line Items Report has been replaced by the new FAGLL03 – G/L Account Line Items report

After the S4HANA migration, the ECC FBL3N report has been replaced with a new S4HANA version – FAGLL03 – G/L Account Line Items.  Overall, the new report is very similar, with a few notable changes that are outlined below:

The new report has two views:

The selection screens are slightly different for each view but, other than accessing archived data, through the use of the Data Sources option, the report output is largely the same.

Note: If you had access to FBL3N in ECC, you should have access to FAGLL03.  This report is not available to all users.

  1. Menu Path – The new FAGLL03 report – G/L Account Line Item Display report is accessed using the same menu path that was used to access the FBL3N report.

2.  Selection Screen – initial selection screen of new report is very similar to the old FBL3N report, with a few exceptions:

a. Report title bar – Now displays which view of report you are in – “G/L View” versus “Entry View”.

b.  Buttons on the top menu bar (NOTE: ‘Choose Ledger’ and ‘Data Sources’ buttons are not used in G/L View).

c.  Noted and Parked items selection option not available in default G/L View, but are available in Entry View.

NOTE: Any selection screen variants created for the FBL3N report are not available in the FAGLL03 report, and will need to be recreated.  You can review your old variants in RPT and recreate them in AMS.

3. Report Output G/L Account Line Item Display – has not changed with the exception of a few minor changes to the Report icon toolbar. The G/L Account line item display output includes all the standard line item report functionality (i.e., Sorting, Filtering, Sub-totalling, downloading).  Drill to document display is also available by double clicking on any line item.

NOTE: Any report output layout variants created for the FBL3N report are not available in the FAGLL03 report, and will need to be recreated.  You can review your old variants in RPT and recreate them in AMS.