You have an organization that runs both its domestic and international business from the same
offices. However, the organization does not want the domestic side of the business to be able to
transact on the international side, even though they are selling the same material.
How do you configure your enterprise to meet this requirement?
A. Set up the domestic and international businesses as separate business units.
B. Set up the domestic and international businesses as separate projects.
C. Use data access security to separate what each customer can control.
D. Set up the domestic and international businesses as separate cost centers.
E. Set up the domestic and international businesses as separate operating units.
Your customer has a complex financial reporting structure.
Which three elements should you define first in order to form a basis for this reporting?
A. Managerial, Operational, and Industry
B. Legal, Autonomy, and Operational
C. Tax, Legal, and Industry
D. Legal, Managerial, and Functional
Your customer wants you to restrict the values of Receivables Transaction Type for their three
business units. You created three reference data sets for each business unit. However, the user
is stil able to see the values in the Transaction Type list of values which are not defined in the
business unit data set.
What is the reason for this behavior?
A. Reference Data Sets cannot be used uniquely across business units. They can only be used
at the Legal Entity level.
B. The user is seeing the values defined in the common set. The values should be removed
from the common set.
C. The user has multiple Business Unit Roles and, therefore, is able to see additional values.
D. Receivables Transaction Types are common across business units.
Your client has just set up their chart of accounts. They are now designing the organization
hierarchy in the system.
Which three structures should the customer use to do this?