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REGADNG POSTING

Period 003/1998 is not open for account type S and G/L 135500

Message no. F5286

Diagnosis

Period 003 of fiscal year 1998 does not exist in table T001B either in period 1 or in period 2 of a table entry with record type "0", the selected company code, the account type S and the G/L account 135500. The period is therefore not open.

System Response

Processing cannot be continued.

Procedure

Check table T001B for record type "0", the selected company code, account type S and G/L account 135500. If required, make sure that an entry is made in the table or an interval is changed.

Pls Pls help me with this Gurus as I dont know like wat to change out there in the table

T001B

pls explain me in detail as i have little knowledge about the abap programming

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2007 at 02:57 PM

    hi ,

    use the transaction code 0BB0 AND DEFINE variants for the postings period

    path: IMG--FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING -FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND GLOBAL SETTINGS DOCUMENT--POSTING PERIOD --DEFINE VARIANTS FOR OPEN POSTING PERIODS

    Define posting period

    copy the variant 0001 with the options + ,A,D,K,M,S and maintain the year

    then go and assign this variant to your company code

    this will reslove your problem

    pls reward points if the answer is helpful

    REgards,

    Murali

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    Posted on Aug 09, 2007 at 06:46 AM

    Actually I got the same error. I tried to debug abap not knowing what I was doing but just looking thru. I couldn't find anything. It won't allow me to post via f-02 or fb50.

    I looked at this post and found someone else had the same problem via purhcase receipt. So I tried to do purchase receipt. The error message then changed slightly to " can not access the functional module" for FM etc.

    It gave me a clue that the system is probably trying to access FM area. However it wasn't active in the global setting for the company.

    Anyhow, I still created an FM area and assigned it to my company.

    Then the error changed to FM update profile being missing. I fixed than and guess what >>>>> the error went away and I was able to post my document.

    I am not sure what error it might cause in the future postings but I think it won't be unsolvable.

    Hope this also works for you guys.

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2007 at 04:26 PM

    Error accessing function module: FMFK_FIKRS_READ

    parameter: IP_FIKRS IP_FMA_OBJNR

    0001 S 135500 1 1998 12 2010 13 1998 16 2010

    open and close osting periods

    after that i got that error while posting the material

    any ur answer was really helpful to know somethings

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2007 at 04:34 PM

    hi,

    looks like the FI periods are not open. pl check OB52 for the mentioned account type ie S. If it requires for the other account types subsequently do maintain them also here.

    Just check if the MM periods are also open to do the postings. you can find that in the material master accounting view whats the currnt contrl period.

    Pl reward if helpful.

    Sadhu kishore

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