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Why u are reposting from cost center to cost center

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 08:06 PM

    Hi,

    It is like transferring from one cost center to another cost center. For example if you have made a mistake in entering Cost Center while posting FI document, you can correct it by reposting in Cost Center Accounting (T.Code KB11N). If a correction to cost center is made, then there is no need to reverse the FI document and post again.

    Secondly, there may be a Business scenario to transfer the costs at month end as part of period closing. Normally allocation methods (assessment and distribution) are used during month end closing for transfering costs.

    Thanks

    Murali.

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2007 at 02:59 AM

    Hi,

    Reposting is done for reallocating the service center cost to production center cost.

    Tcode: KB61 - It not only repost between cost centers but between any cost objects - say Internal Orders

    Else u can also go for automatic reallocation - Tcode : KSw5

    Regards,

    sridevi

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