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"All currencies" indicator in OKKP trnx.

Hi all,

In order to perform the data conversion from R/3 to S/4, the first customizing point is "Check customizing settings prior to migration".

After performing the check, I can find a couple of warnings messages pointing to the "All currencies" indicator in 2 controlling areas (standard data provided by SAP), 0MB1 and FR01:

Activate control indicator "All Currencies" (CO area 0MB1 / FiscYr 1990)

&

Activate control indicator "All Currencies" (CO area FR01 / FiscYr 1996)

I am completely UNABLE to check the indicator in those controlling areas, because they are greyed.

How can I solve this?

Many thanks in advance,

Regards.

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2016 at 04:17 PM

    Hi, check note 2245333, here you can find an explanation about TKA00-ALLEW = ''

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      I have written this thread after having read note 2245333.

      The only thing said there about "All currencies", is that it should be activated if possible. However, if I move on in the migration process without activating the indicator, I find again the warnings later on, this time as errors: "Check failed with inconsistencies".


      Regards

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