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Hi All,

Here is the situation where the wrongly posted document is to be reversed. The posting are made to an expence acct-and this is defined as cost element. But when the original transaction is posted there was no cost center input in the document line item, But when i try to reverse the docuement it is asking for cost object and giving me an error message?..

I tried to change the filed status of the acct from G004 (cost accts) to nornmal gl G001(Gl accts with Text),even than the problem still remains.

And when i try to include costcenter in the changing rules for docuemnt line item this cost field is not coming into change mode?

Plz advice and we are using 6.0 version.

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 03:43 AM

    Dear stefen:

    Just one question, if you define an account with cost element, cost object is necessary for posting. You said there is no cost centre in original document, that means other cost object is assigned or cost element is not created at that time.

    I suggest you should reduce the cost element valid period to make error posting is out of the valid period. And reverse document at original date.

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