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Budget issue while doing GR (FM)

Hi expert,

I need a solution for the issue I am facing.

first of all, while doing GR I am getting error "005 Annual budget exceeded by 00001 2 for document item xxxxxx.xx (FM PB availibility control...."

I have checked the relevant cost center and fund center in the PO and saw the mapped in fmderiver. i found it ok and available budget is also there in the relevant fund center and GL. I tried to raise budget two times but still the same error message.

I have checked fmavcr01 to view budget control object and executed FMAVCREINIT and found no help.

there are two things i want to mention is

-current budget is higher than consumable budget for this fund center and GL. let me know if this scenario can happen.

- I found the cost center valid period was previously (from 01.01.2010 to 31.12.2015) which was changed 2 times one is ("01.01.2010 to 31.12.9999") on 01.01.2016 and the other is (from "01.01.2016 to 31.12.9999") on 19.04.2016. For your information, the PO date is 7.12.2015. and this issue is occurring from 19.04.2016.


Is cost center valid period change could be a reason for the above?


Regards,

Farzana

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2016 at 06:09 AM

    Dear Farzana

    Just to cross check, please see if your budget document going through workflow? If yes, then check and post the document via FR70.

    Did you see the consumed budget via FMAVCR01. Consumable amount should be your budgeted figure and consumed amount is the budget you have consumed. Expand the levels at commitment item level and double click on the consumed part and see the document details.

    Hopefully you may get the answer here.

    😊

    Regards

    Syed Zia Abbas

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