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Complete allocation structure 60 (message # kd503)

Hi,

I am facing this error message while doing Settlement of Internal Orders and the solution provided by SAP is not possible because instead of reversing the posting, it was reclassified by users and now the settlement is not possible and the recommendation also does not apply here.

What alternatives there are?

Regards

Roger

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2007 at 03:57 PM

    If you do not want to change the allocation structure,

    Write a jorunal entry to make the books correct and close the order to future activity.

    We use this process as a clean up step of last resort .

    Althea

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      > If you do not want to change the allocation

      > structure,

      > Write a jorunal entry to make the books correct and

      > close the order to future activity.

      > We use this process as a clean up step of last resort

      > .

      >

      > Althea

      Hello, Althea.

      Could you advise step-by-step process for this?

      As I understand it should look the following way:

      1) Do G/L posting from Project Account to AuC

      2) Close PO (how it can be done?)

      3) Create new PO for WBS

      4) Run settlement

      Am I correct? If PO was closed, does settlement run do not check its postings and do not return errors KD503?

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    Posted on Aug 16, 2007 at 03:11 PM

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