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Why do we have to create SLA Rules for Secondary Ledger

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Why do we have to create SLA Rules for Secondary Ledger

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We have a Primary and a Secondary Ledger, which is configured to transfer data at Sub Ledger level. The difference between the two ledgers is that we have a different COA in Primary and in Secondary.

We have created few SLA rules in AP, in AR and in TAX sub modules to ensure we have the correct BSV during the accounting of the transaction and to avoid any unwanted IC entries. This is all working as expected. No issues or problems. But when the accounting entries are created in the Secondary, it does not create the identical accounting but includes erroneous BSV and all unwanted IC entries. Why is that please? Why cannot Secondary ledger inherit the same accounting string that is being sent by Primary? This is resolved as soon as we implement identical SLA

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