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Reverse WIP Calculation on Prod Order

Issue: Cannot set DLFL flag on order because: There is still WIP for ORD.

I Set TECO and settle. Error: Status DLV/TECO was reversed after settlement of period 012 2007

Our Fiscal year 2008 began May 1 2007

Order was DLV in Period 12 FY 2007.

Year-end completed.

Late in May (Per 01/2008) Production Planner - reversed all GI, GR and Confirmation and set DLFL status.

Accountant discovered this, removed DLFL and tried to settle order properly, resulting in error: Status DLV/TECO was reversed after settlement of period 012 2007

Can't set DLFL, because of WIP.

Can't settle order to Variance because of error.

Can't reverse settlement from 2007 in 2008

Can't open 2007 to reverse settlement.

I would like to reverse WIP posting and then set DLFL status.

Any thoughts on how to do this?

Thanks

Althea

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 08:48 PM

    Hello,

    If the WIP on a production order (with full settlement) is cancelled depends on the status of the production order. In standard this is DLV or TECO and is maintained in the valuation method in Customizing.

    After the according status has been set on the order the WIP-calculation has to be executed again which will offset the WIP amount (i.e. 100 by -100). Thereupon variances and settlement have to be executed as well. After the settlement the WIP account in FI should have been offset as well.

    Regards, Michael

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  • Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 08:07 PM

    Please refer to note 127982 that deals with the message KD285. If that does not resolve you may want to search other relevant OSS notes.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 07:03 PM

    Issue has been resolved

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