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account det error

hi,

while billing i am getting this error.

How to proceed

Document Date Qty/value UoM/Cur Overall proc. status Materia

.. Standard Order 8175 / 10 11.07.07 10.000 EA Completed

. Delivery 80011326 / 10 11.07.07 10.000 EA Completed

Invoice 90033115 / 10 11.07.07 10.000 EA Acct determin error

thanks in advance

Regards

Hema

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 11:05 AM

    Please check the settings for accoundetermination by useing T-CODE--->VKOA and assing the g/l accounts to conditionn type and acckey

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 11:02 AM

    Go to T.Code: VKOA and do the revenue account determination.

    Like Ex.:

    Click on '004 - general' and make the following entry.

    APP Cond type C of A Sales org G/L acct

    V KOFI 1904 BLU1 300000

    or

    005 - Account key if you want to assign G/L account to Accounting keys

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    AK

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 11:06 AM

    To resolve the error, you can analyze account determination in the billing document. Process:

    Goto T.Code: VF02 & Enter Invoice number

    Next (On the top most strip) goto Environment

    Next (Select Environment) go to Account determination

    Next (In Account Determination) select Revenue Account Determination (first option)

    This will list all the condition types in the Billing document & analyze each condition & check for which G/L accounts is not determined.

    Possible errors:

    1. VKOA not maintained for required combination

    Solution: Maintain the combination in VKOA.

    2. Account Assignment of Customer / material not maintained in Customer / Material Master (If maintained in combination in VKOA).

    Solution:

    Option 1 (Standard solution):

    step 1: Cancel Billing Document --> Reverse PGI --> cancel Delivery --> Cancel Sales Order

    step 2: Maintain Customer master / Material Master correctly.

    step 3: Recreate sales Order --> Delivery --> PGI --> Invoicing.

    Option 2:

    Force the Account Assignment Group of Customer / Material through Debug in change mode of Billing document, which will release Billing Document to Accounting.

    3. Account Key not maintained in Pricing Procedure:

    Impact: This may create accounting document, but if condition type, which are to be posted to account, but do not have account key maintained in pricing procedure, it will not be post the relevant condition type to G/L account.

    From FI Side, you require to check that all the G/L account has been maintained through T.Code: FS00. G/L account being Master data has to be created in each client ot uploaded through LSMW / SCATT / BDC.

    In Billing Document in change mode (in the first screen where we enter Billing Document number), on the top most left hand corner, take a dropdown on Billing Document & select Release to accounting. Here you can get the under mentioned possible message:

    1. G/L account not found

    2. Cost Element not maintained for G/L account.

    In both the above cases, FI consultant requires to take corrective action.

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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