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Interest calculation error

Hello Experts,

I am getting an error while running TCode CJZ2.

Object WBS :100% area does not exist in AUC

Message no. HF216.

There is an investment profile that is been set up for the WBS.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2013 at 07:26 AM

    Hi Mandar,

    If you are using Investment management and AUC is getting created during the time of release of the WBS element, the setting is in the Investment profile and the path is as shown below:

    SPRO: Investment Management-->Projects as Investment Measures-->Master Data-->Define Investment Profile-->Define investment Profile--> (for the profile you are using remove the checks (Manage AUC, Auc per Source Structure, if you don't want AUC to be created automatically) retain Manage AUC check if you want AUC to be generated for the WBS where the investment profile is assigned).



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  • Posted on Dec 26, 2013 at 10:11 AM

    Hello Experts, any other suggestion on this issue? Please advice.

    Thank you.

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    • Former Member Mandar Inamdar

      HI Mandar,

      Did you find the solution to this error?

      As I understood from the scenario, you have an AUC and for interest calculation, system is looking for capitalization. In such case, can you try to assign a Fixed asset in the settlement rule with settlement type as FUL and then try to execute CJZ2.

      Let us know the final solution for this error.

      Thanks and regards,


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