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Inter-company transaction using FB60

Our current profit center assignment: 1 profit center is assigned to 1 company code.

Transaction code : FB60

This is a inter-company transaction.

The purpose of this transaction is to enter an vendor invoice for company code 3010

This invoice will be paid out of company code 3010 but charge to company code 3523’s cost center 18582

The G/L account 6150020 is configured for document splitting

When post this transaction, receive the following error:

"No posting can be made to profit center 18582 for company code 3010"

When perform General Ledger Simulation, looks like profit center 18582 that belongs to company code 3523 is also required for company code 3010. But, 18582 is not assigned to 3010.

We understand SAP’s behavior and we have a workaround to assign profit center 18582 to 3010. However, this workaround will cause problem in our Balance sheet later because the $ in profit center 18582 for company 3010 will show on the Balance Sheet and it’s incorrect.

Is there a solution for this? We are told that we may need validation rule for this type of transactions. Please help. Thanks!

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 06:56 AM


    In FB60 for the line item there is a field for Company Code, by default it will propose the company code entered for header data, change this to 3523 in your case and give the costcenter 18582.

    Ensure you have the intercompany config. done. if not do it in OBYA.



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