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Enter a valid region during move-in

Hello Everyone,

I am trying to move-in a customer through t.code "EC50E". After entering initial entries on initial page of Move-in, it navigates to "Payment Data" and ask for "Enter a valid region".

Please help me to understand for which "valid region" system is asking for?

Regards,

Ashish Agarwal

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2016 at 04:50 PM

    Hi Ashish,

    There is a field at Contract Account level called PROVINCE which is the Region, normally BP Address are used but in your case this field might be shown in CA creation/change process, I have not seen this before. Are you able to see the Region filed? click on Full Screen which will navigate to CAA2 - you can check there.


    Can you also let me know the Message ID and Number to see exactly from where it is being checked?


    Thanks,

    Srini

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2016 at 10:25 AM

    Dear ashish,

    for the customer you are trying to move -in , correct its bussiness master data in FPP2

    select a valid region defined in your company code,

    basically regions are ( states ) in a company code in ISU scenario.

    hope it helps.

    Regards

    sachin singh

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2016 at 12:43 PM

    Thanks Sachin & Srinivasan.

    Actually, region was different for business partner & contract account. In business partner, I was mentioning region like "EU" while company code in contract account belongs to some other country.

    Due to this difference, customer was not able to move-in.

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