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Posting key creation error...

Hello there,

I tried to create a new posting key with the T CODE "OB41" , created debit and credit posting key for G/L account.

Tried to post a new entry in G/L(F-02) with new posting key, got an error message "Rules for the posting key (...0000...) and account (..0000..) set incorrectly for 'SGTXT" field.

could anyone can advise me what is wrong with it?

Thanks

Regards

Jomon Mathew

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2014 at 09:39 AM

    Hi,

    Please go to OB41 and double click on newly created posting key and click on Maintain Field status. Double click on General data, check Text (Suppress/Required/Optional)

    Now go to FS00 and provide your GL code (newly posting key against GL code) and check Field status group and double click on Field status group and double click on general data.

    Check text (Suppress/Required/Optional).

    I think both are in different status. Because of different status its getting conflicts.

    Please make both of them in the same status.

    Ravi Polamapalli

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 05:00 AM

    Hi

    The error is because, the SGTXT field status is conflicting in OB41 for posting key and OBC4 for G/L account. This would occur generally if in one of the places, your field is in Supressed status. Please check. If this is the case, it is always advised to leave as many fields as possible in the field status "Optional"

    Regards

    Sowmya

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