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Document Splitting problem while posting asset acquisition using F-90

Hi,

We are using ECC 6.0 with document splitting functionality and are facing problem while posting asset acquisition using F-90.

The transaction entry details are as below:

Document Type - KR

Vendor Line Item PKey - 31

Amount - 10000

Asset Line Item with PKey - 70, Transaction Type - 100

Amount - 10000

The Document Splitting Rule - 0000000012 is used and the Field Status Group for the Vendor Reconciliation Account and Asset Reconciliation account have Cost Center, Profit Center and Segment as "Optional" field.

The Balance Sheet Item - Asset Reconciliation Account has been created as

Secondary Cost Element - 90.

The Profit Center and Segment field have been made mandatory and zero balancing is also set in the settings for Document Splitting.

While posting asset acquisition using F-90, we are getting the error message - "Balancing Field "Profit Center" in line item 001 not filled"

The first line refers to the Vendor Line item.

Please let me know how to overcome this error.

Regards,

Ramanand

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    Posted on May 29, 2007 at 11:06 AM

    Please follow the below path and do config :-

    IMG>FA>Asset Accounting>Integration with the General Ledger>Additional Account Assignment Objects>Specify Account Assignment Types for Account Assignment Objects

    here you have to put KOSTL (Cost center) for both against APC and Dep run for each Dep area.

    Thanks

    Pyare

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      Hi,

      In addition to what Pyare mentioned, the field status for KOSTL should be optional at trx.OB14 and OB41. Also I recommed not to restrict the transaction type at trx. ACSET.. i.e. enter ' <b>*</b> ' .

      Kyoko

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 09:35 AM

    Hi, I am also encountering the same problem. I had done the procedures indicated but still the error exists.

    Please help, thanks.

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