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SAP RIPTRFC P04Program

1. Every company code can have following combinations as chart of accounts (COA)

  1. one operating COA and many group COAs
  2. many operating COAs and one group and one alternate CoA
  3. one operating COA and one alternate COA
  4. one operating, one group and one alternate COA

2. Each G/L account code in group COA can be mapped to following no. of account codes in operating COA

  1. only one account code
  2. maximum three account codes
  3. many account codes
  4. it cannot be mapped

3. Each account code in alternate COA can be mapped to following no. of account codes in operating COA

  1. only one account code
  2. maximum three account codes
  3. many account codes
  4. it cannot be mapped

4. Various account groups in one COA cannot consist of common G/L account codes. TRUE/FALSE

5. Following fields form part of the chart of account segment of a general ledger account master

  1. account currency
  2. account group
  3. field status group
  4. option to state whether it is a balance sheet or profit and loss type account

6. Each account code in a chart of accounts is automatically available for use to all company codes using that chart of accountTRUE/FALSE

7. Which of the following statements are always true

  1. one document type can have more than one no. range interval
  2. different no. range codes can have same no. range intervals in respect of documents
  3. more than one document type can have same no. range intervals
  4. document no. ranges are defined at client level

8. Which of the following statements are false

  1. account groups are defined at client level
  2. account groups are defined for a company code
  3. account groups are defined at COA level
  4. account groups are defined for a combination of COA and company code

9. Which of the following statements are false

  1. one customer/vendor account can have many reconciliation accounts
  2. l
  1. reconciliation account can be used for the purpose of direct accounting entries by users
  2. all the account groups of customers can have one common no. range
  3. one account group of vendors can have up to three no. ranges

10. Which of the following statements are true

  1. one customer can have different customer codes in various company codes
  2. one customer can have different reconciliation accounts in various company codes
  3. various company codes can have different payment terms with one customer
  4. chart of account segment is mandatory while entering a customer master

11. Which of the following statements are true

  1. for creation of vendor master, account group is not required
  2. a vendor master cannot be created in the absence of a company code

12. Customer master has following segments

  1. chart of account segment
  2. general data segment
  3. purchase organization segment
  4. accounting data segment
  5. sales organization data segment

13. A document is uniquely identified by

  1. document no.
  2. company code
  3. fiscal year
  4. document date
  5. period

a and e; a and b; a, b and c; a,d,e; a,b,e

14. Which of the following statements are correct

  1. document nos. can be alphanumeric
  2. Field status for a transaction entry is transaction dependent and account dependent
  3. Document type controls posting key, field status group, and gl accounts that can be used in the document
  4. Document types are specific to a company code

15. The relationship between house bank and account id is the following

  1. one to one
  2. one to many
  3. many to one
  4. many to many
  5. no relationship

16. Business area once defined is available for use to

  1. all company codes in the client
  2. all company codes in all the clients
  3. only to the company codes to which the business area is assigned to
  4. all company codes assigned to the company to which the business area is assigned

17. If a general ledger account is defined using a sample account, following data is referenced from the sample account

  1. the control data in COA segment
  2. only company code segment data
  3. only account control and account management data in company code segment
  4. entire master data

18. While creating a sample account, following information may be entered

  1. only company code segment data
  2. only COA segment data
  3. both COA segment and company code segment data
  4. only account control and account management data from company code segment
  5. only control data of COA segment

19. A G/L account can be blocked for the following purposes

  1. from creating in company codes
  2. from posting in all company codes
  3. from posting in selected company codes
  4. cannot be blocked at all
  5. if blocked, is blocked for all the purposes in all the company codes

20. A different field status can be achieved for different actions such as creation of account or change in master record, etc. TRUE/FALSE

21. Customer and vendors are defined in SAP at following level

  1. at company code level
  2. at client level
  3. at controlling area level
  4. at company level

22. Which of the following is true in terms of vendor and customer master

  1. various account groups can have same no. range
  2. one no. range can be allotted only to one account group
  3. one account group can have only one no. range
  4. one account group can have either external or internal numbering system
  5. one account group can have one internal and one external numbering system

23. A customer account can be blocked for the following purposes

  1. from creating in company codes
  2. from posting in all company codes
  3. from posting in selected company codes
  4. cannot be blocked at all
  5. if blocked, is blocked for all the purposes in all the company codes

24. Changes in customer or vendor master are tracked and can be seen in SAP. TRUE/FALSE

KEY

    1. C,D
    2. C
    3. A
    4. T
    5. B,D
    6. T
    7. A-F,B-F,C-T,D-F
    8. A-F,B-F,C-T,D-F
    9. A-F,B-F,C-T,D-F
    10. A-F,B-T,C-T,D-F
    11. A-F,B-T
    12. B,E
    13. C
    14. A-T,B-T,C-F,D-F
    15. A,B
    16. A
    17. B
    18. C
    19. A,B,C
    20. T
    21. B
    22. A,C,D
    23. B,C
    24. T