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Cost Center Planning document


Hi Gurus,

I uploaded some plan data through excel integration (KP06 Tcode) for primary cost elements. While saving the file, system shows the message as "Changed data has been posted"

But when I check the report through T code s_alr_87013611 , I do not see the values posted to cost center. I checked number range for business transaction RKP1 and it is assigned. I tried without excel integration to post the values and system gives me same message as to changed values are posted but there is no document generated for the same.

We have new GL implemented. I checked the settings regarding the number range and FICO integration and seems everything is maintained. GL codes for which cost elements are created are also NOT blocked for posting.

What could be the reason the plan values are not posted to the cost center? What settings I should check in FI as well as in CO for this issue

regards,

makrand

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 02:47 PM

    Hi

    Can you see the values posted in KP07? If yes, then may be it is an auth issue in S_ALR

    To see the plan doc line items, you need to activate integrated planning.. However, non activation of this should not produce blank screen in S_ALR

    RKP1, RKPQ are the business transaction relevant I guess. RKP1 you have already assigned..

    Ensure that the CC is not blocked for Plan Primary costs

    Br, Ajay M

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 03:29 PM

    Mak,

    Refer 319713 - Error with Excel upload - possible causes

    refer to the point 4 There are no input-enabled cells in the file description?

    Thanks

    Hrusikesh

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