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Problem posting invoice from T code MIRO

Hi,

I am trying to post invoice from tcode MIRO. but I am getting the following error. can u let me know why is such a error coming .

<b>No target chart of accounts is defined for company code GL3000</b>

I have even checke the company code data and the cart of accounts is maintained there

Thanks

Nikhil

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 11:09 AM

    Hi Nikhil,

    What is the technical name of the message E.g. M8601 ?

    ( message 608 from message class M8 )

    (You find find by double clicking the message if appears in the status bar )

    rgds

    Dirk

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      I am not getting any message what i am getting is a stop sign with the message. this means that I am being thrown out of the transaction

      I tried posting it through the BAPI and there I am getting the error as

      <b>Tax code 10 in procedure TAXUSJ is invalid</b>

      do you have any idea abt this too

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 12:07 PM

    Hi Nikhil,

    For 'No target chart of accounts is defined for company code GL3000', it seems that you need to complete the cross-company setup :

    In SPRO / SAP Netweaver / Web application server / IDOC interface / Modelling and Business processes / Global organisation units /

    you need to complete the cross-company company codes setup ( e.g Make a dummy link to own company code and make sure all cc have chart od accounts assigned here)

    rgds

    Dirk

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