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Error During conf intercompany Billing

Hi,

I have set the basic enterprise structure for two companies A and B. I have linked all the structures in the heirachy of A and B sepearately. i.e Company A -> Sales Org A-> Division A-> Distribution Channel A -> Sales Offices A -> Plant A -> Storage A. and similarly for company B.

I have also confirgured intercompany billing settings. where i have assigned Plant A to Sales Org B. And Plant B to Sales Org A.

Now I am trying to create material for Plant A. and this gives me an error " The company code A does not exist or has not been fully maintained".

I have created the company, also done Global Parameters Settings and also maintained the company code for materials management but still i am getting the error.

Please let me know what to do.

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2013 at 01:45 PM

    Hi ,

    this error (I assume it is message class M3 number 150) is returned as a result of Function module BWKEY_INITIAL_CHECK executed in tcodes MM01/MM02 as well as many others checking company code data. The message is returned in case company code is not found in table T001 (company code definition).

    Could you please try the following: via tcode SE37 execute function module T001_SINGLE_READ, provide improt parameters as following:

    KZRFB - blank

    MAXTZ = 10

    BUKRS = company code you created]

    Do you get the same error? Or Function module returns you company code details?

    Thanks ,

    Vlad

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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 07:51 AM

    Whats is the difference between third party sales and intercompany billing ?

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