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Error Message AA 834 in F110 while making down payment against Asset (Other than AUC)


While making the payment in F110 against Request (F-47) created for PO with Account Assignment Category A (Non AUC), I am getting the error as "Error Message AA 834 You cannot use this transaction type to post to this asset". To correct this I have done further configuration in OAYB but system is generating additional Accounting Entry by debiting the down payment on Asset Code apart from the normal payment entry.

If we process the payment against the same Request in F-48 then system is making the payment document successfully. This was achieved by following configuration changes-

1. Field Asset and Asset Sub no has been Suppressed in the relevant FSG of Asset Recon Account

2. Message control F5 378 has been changed as W from E.

If you have any solution for the above issue then please inform.



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  • Posted on Sep 22, 2016 at 06:51 PM

    Hello VS,

    Did you solve this issue? I have the same problem..... I´ve already did suggestions of note 310368, and when we execute transaction F-48 there is no problem, it is work perfectly and the fixed asset is not affected with down payment. Nevertheless when we use F110 the down payment affect the asset........

    Kind regards,

    Diana Marcela

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  • Posted on Nov 01, 2019 at 04:17 AM

    Faced with same issue...Currently we're asking for help from ABAP consultant to check why F110 posting screen can't be controlled by configuration of field status group.

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