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Field status group differ for two company codes of same client

My client has recently implemented business area in one of its new company code implementation. F.I has made the B. Area mandatory in new company code by assigning company code to field status group variant. all other company codes are running with same old configuration that do not require B.Area.

In MM when error 'Field selection with movement type ..... and G/L account differe...' arise and we change filed selection using program RM07CUFA system change it for all company codes.

My question is: How to change field selection in MM for a particular company code only.

Please help...

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2015 at 11:09 AM

    Did you selected the company code when you run the program RM07CUFA?

    There is no separate option for changing the company code field status group in MM, you've to use the standard transactions OBC4 for maintain field status variant & OBC5 for assign field status variant to the company code.


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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2015 at 12:24 PM

    Hi,

    My client has recently implemented business area in one of its new company code- find why field status group variant needed for new company code?

    What is your valuation area- Check in t.code OMJ7 for assignment of new Business area!

    You can get the field status variant details in t.code:OBY6 for your new company code. Refer t.code: OBC4 for the relevant field status variant and field status group can be seen in t.code FS03 for the relevant G/L account but what about chart of accounts- same or different one?

    Regards,

    Biju K

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