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Capital Invetsment order settlement

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I have created Capital investment order, when you create the order, it will automaticlly creates the AUC, I have posted transactions like PO creation and GR, using this oder. The AUC which is created during order creation do not have any values after the above transactions posted by using order. How will these cost will flow into the AUC and settlement from AUC to actaul asset.

i was trying to define the AUC in the order settlement rule but it is not getting saved, i am getting error message stating "you cannot post to AUC (Investment support measure).

Please tell me settlement process for Capital investment order, is there any document avaialable apart from help.sap.com? if yes, please share with me.

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radhakrishna

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 07:53 AM

    Hi,

    Settlement Rules are maintained in the Order Master Data with Category as FXA Asset and Settlement Receiver to be an Asset (or AUC Asset). Then Settlement Program (KO88) is run afterwards.

    Rgds.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 08:07 AM

    Hello Karthik,

    I am unable to save the settlement rule, please refer the below error message " you cannot post to AUC (Investment support measure)".

    radhakrishna.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 10:14 AM

    Hi Radhakrishna,

    Which order are you talking about here? Is it Plant Maintenance(PM) Order or Network Order?

    If it is PM order, then it is likely to be OPEX and therefore, settlement would have to take place via transaction code <b>KO8G</b>.

    If it is Network order, this is likely to be CAPEX and settlement would have to take place via transaction code <b>CJ8G</b>.

    For the cost to flow into AUC, You would have to create assets with transaction code <b>AS01</b> with the asset class AUC. Once the Asset is created, you would then use this asset number for the settlement rule that would be maintained on the WBS element which contain the order.

    When the AUC asset is completed, you would then have to create a Fixed Asset and carry out Asset Transfer using transaction code <b>ABUMN</b>. This is how settlement is done from AUC to Actual Asset.

    I hope the above helps.

    Do not forget to award the points please.

    Regards,

    Jacob

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 01:07 PM

    Dear Radhakrishna,

    This Your Scenario:

    1 - Order Type has the Investment Profile with "Manage AUC"(Investment measure with asset under construction);

    2 - Order Type has Settlement profile;

    3 - The system automatically creates an AUC for the Order;

    Settlement Process:

    Period Settlement to AUC

    1 - Tscode KO88 or KO8G Processing type "1 Automatic" , the System automatically writes the Settlement rule in the order after the first Settlement;

    Settlement From AUC to Asset Fixed

    1 - Define the System Status "TECO"(Technically completed) in the order and define the Settlement rule with the Asset Fixed(FXA) and Settlement type (FULL);

    2 - Tscode KO88 or KO8G Processing type "8 Full Settlement", the values from the AUC are settled to Asset Fixed.

    Best Regards,

    Elza

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