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Investment Measure AUC not able to delete which got created mistakenly by the user

One of our users also created WBS with project type OPEX in which through mass change mistakenly investment profile got added and through Background job, AUC got created. when i am trying to remove Investment profile, it is greyed out and not allowing me to delete also when i am trying to delete AUC I get error:

Asset 76XXXXXX belongs to an investment measure. Deletion not allowed.

Message no. AY187 Diagnosis Asset 76XXXXXX that you want to delete is an asset under construction assigned to an investment measure.

System Response The asset cannot be deleted.

Procedure The system creates assets under construction automatically when you create the investment measure, and deletes them automatically if they are not used (for example, when the investment profile is deleted from the master record of the investment order or investment project).

Apart from this, when i am trying to remove/ delete WBS element from project, it doesn't allow and gives following error:

WBS element O-XXXXXXX.XX is plan integrated can not be deleted

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    Posted on Apr 01 at 11:42 AM

    I got the solution for this question raised by me. Please follow below steps to resolve the issue:

    • Mark AUC – Asset as blocked (Since you cannot delete it or can not remove WBS from ORIGIN Tab)
    • Go to CJ20N in edit mode and select WBS for which Investment profile to be removed
    • Remove the Project Type and SAVE
    • It should now allow you to remove Investment profile and one confirmation pop up will appear, just click OKAY
    • And that step will remove AUC asset as well and bring back the WBS status as REL from REL AUC (refer below screen shot)
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