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IO with AUC

Dear All,

I have a Problem with AUC settlement from IO.

Scenario is: Settlement for Cost from IO--> AUC---> Main Asset

I'm able to create AUC asset while creating Internal order. system is giving AUC Asset number.

But in Internal order (KO02) while updating the settlement profile with

Category :FXA

Recever: AUC asset numbeer

system is giving below Error. i.e.

You cannot post to asset 101000001 0 (investment support measure)

Message no. AA311

I'm unable to find the solution. kindly give me the suggestions to solve my problem. until unless we have given the settlement profile system is not settle to the AUC from IO

Thanks & Regards,

Sreehari. T

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  • Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 06:05 AM
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  • Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 07:26 AM

    Hi Srehari,

    AUC is created from internal order which is an investment measure, then that AUC cannot be posted directly.

    If can receive costs only from that internal order (through settlement of internal order)

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/1722722

    Thnaks,

    G Rajendhar.

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  • Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 07:50 AM

    Thank you for your suggestions.

    i got solution the settlement rule updating automatically when i settled IO with AUC.

    But Again when i'm settling AUC with Main asset through KO88 I'm getting bellow Message

    Either the sender is already settled, or there is nothing to settle

    Message no. KD213

    how can i settled AUC(Investment Measure) with Main asset

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  • Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 09:12 AM

    Hi Sree ,

    AuC is settled using AIBU or AIAB. Also, before executing AuC settlement please provide fixed asset in settlement profile of AuC.

    Do share if you were able to resolve the issue or not.

    Thanks ,

    Bhawna

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