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Production Order is not allowing for deletion flag due to balance in Order Currency

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There is a Production Order for which Goods issue was done with Mvt Type 261 and in next month its reversed with Mvt Type 262. As a result the balance in Controlling area currency and Document currency and Qty are zero however there is a small variance in Order currency(Local Currency) due to which its not allowed to update deletion flag.

Attached is the check for deletion flag.

Error Message: 1. There is still WIP for Order. 2. WIP in Financial Accounting is still to be cleared/settled.

As per above errors, there is no WIP and settlement the value is showing as zero.

Please suggest if we need to do any manual correction against account involved at time of Goods issue or reversal to make balance in LC zero against order. So that it allows for deletion flag.

Thankful to your immediate response and support.



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  • Posted on Jun 25, 2019 at 12:07 PM


    Check if the order can be deleted from CO point of view, with report COPCOBJ_REORGCHECK

    Refer SAP note 550600 - Cost object hierarchy: Check report, balance other than zero

    The analysis program COPC_COSTOBJ_REORGCHECK in this note helps to solve the problem by

    •Informing users whether or not the remaining balances are values from previous periods or fiscal years that cannot be settled in the current period without problems

    •Specifying the remaining amount in the controlling area currency (total and fixed) and in the object currency In addition, it also determines the quantity balance.

    Best Regards,


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  • Posted on Jun 29, 2019 at 02:44 AM

    Hi Siva,

    Please reverse the settlement of the order. It will remove the variance. Consult the CO consultant for this.



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