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Prevents project to set closed status if there are still balance to settle down.

While doing settlement i was geting error saying that some WBS is closed and since those are closed we can’t do the settlement.

Is that Standard SAP behavior prevents project to set closed status if there are still balance to settle down ?

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  • Posted on Aug 31, 2017 at 06:48 PM

    assume you turned the key to lock your door and still everyone could just go in and out, what sense would then a lock make?

    What sense would a closed status make if you could still go on and do business as usual?

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    • Hi Jurgen,

      Thanks for your reply, I am trying to understand what's the standard behavior of SAP Project System in term of settlement.

      As per my understanding if there is balance to settle at WBS then system should not allow to set status CLSD were as my Consultant is saying this is standard behavior of SAP and it allow to set status CLSD either balance is there to settle or not and once CLSD status is set then system would not allow to run settlement for that WBS.

      It will be great if you provide me understanding of standard behavior of SAP.

      "I don't want to lock the door if some one still available inside the room."

      Regards

  • Posted on Sep 04, 2017 at 07:37 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    If the settlement is not done fully, you cannot do closure of the WBS element.

    You need to do the Settlement either in REL status or TECO status. There are reports available to check the cost settlement is done in full.

    Regards

    Terence

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