What is the table of future cash flows (coupan flows).

Hi experts,
Can you please tell me what is the table of future cash flows.
I am using securities module in transaction manger.
I am using t.code- TS01 for creating a deal transaction. it is generating a future cash flows ion case of bonds.
but not able to figure out in which table it is storing these flows. TPM 13 is a transaction code to see cash flows.
I need this table to devolope some BI reports
Please help.
Regards
Gaurav Gupta

Hi Guarav,
you can use logical databases like FTI_TR_PERIODS to create own reporting based on SAP queries, but they don't contain any data.
The cash flow data you see in TPM13 is from the TRL* tables and views, eg. TRLV_TRANS_POS or TRLV_FLOW. This data is valuation area dependant. To see transaction data you should check TRD* tables, for security account class data you better use TRS*.
Nevertheless, for BI reporting SAP offers some extractors with which you can get data from Treasury and furnish it to BI. For example, with 0CFM_INIT_POSITIONS you set initial position (like TPM12). With 0CFM_DELTA_POSITIONS you can then provide positions for further key dates and create BI reports that valuate delta flows. The DataSource 0CFM_O01 contains information about all position relevant flows, 0FM_O02 about reversed flows.
Extractor 0CFM_DELTA_POSITIONS and other 0CFM* extractors are generally based on logical databases, so you can e.g. create a query based on FTI_TR_PERIODS to check results that would be extracted to BI using 0CFM_DELTA_POSITIONS.
BR, Tomislav

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