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Missing entry in KSB1

When comparing entries in FBL3N and KSB1 I've found that we're missing a line item between the two (it appears in FBL3N but not KSB1). The two items have the exact same cost elements and GL Accounts, the only difference between the two is the dates/posting periods. I understand that there are fundamental differences between what appears in FBL3N and KSB1 but if the documents are exactly the same except for the date/period, why is there only one value in KSB1?

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  • Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 02:39 PM

    Hi,

    One possible explanation is that cost element for this G/L was created on the later stage.


    Regards,


    Eli

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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 07:04 PM

    From your screenshot, it looks like you have a parked document that is not posted yet. Parked documents don't get updated in CO until they are posted. Try posting the document through FBV0 and check the table again.

    Ravi.

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    • Former Member Tim O'Neill

      Dear Tim,

      If the Accounting document has posted, you can get those document in BSEG or BKPF.

      And you can get the Cost element entries in the tables COEP, COSP & COSS.

      Please check the above and compare with your line items.

      Thanks.

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