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No postings can be made to profit center A in company code 1000

Hello SAP Gurus,

Our profit center A was assigned only to company code 2000 but not in company code 1000 in KE53. However, when we checked some postings from FY14, we found out that there was a posting in company code 1000 for profit center A (Note: Cost Center A was assigned to Profit Center A in cost center master). Now, when we try to edit and post a parked document from company code 1000 with cost center A, error prompted "No postings can be made to profit center A in company code 1000".

We had checked the change logs for company code assignment of profit center A but we haven't found any changes related to this.

Appreciate if someone can advise how this is possible. Why did the posting go thru even if profit center is not assigned to company code? Why does the error suddenly prompted when we try to edit/post a parked document.


Thank you!

Jack

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  • Posted on Apr 23, 2015 at 06:56 AM

    Read the OSS note 699671 - MIGO: Error message KM183 , it explains the reason and resolution.

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    • Hi Experts,

      Any inputs on this would be greatly appreciated. We just need to find out what causes the system to allow postings even though profit center does not belong to a specific company code.

      So far we had checked the following possibilities:

      (1) Cross company posting as per sap note -> FI invoice as well as its originating doc is not cross company.

      (2) Message KM183 was enabled temporarily - > Message was not deactivated as per changelog. Tried to activate the same message for testing but still encountering error message.

      (3) The profit center was not previously activated to that company code.

      Thank you very much!

      Jack

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