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Service PO

hi all

i made one service PO with K & D,,

maintained GBB- VBR & WRX accounts also still system is giving me error that account determination for WRX is nt possible while saving the service entry sheet....

what is the link of valaution class in case of services as i have maintained my accounts for 3200 val class.....

and i hav maintained ths vauation class in my service master also....

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 06:07 AM

    Hi,

    If you are using K as a/c assignment i.e.cost center what is the need of putting valuation class your services will be posted to consumption account

    GBB>WRX is required for inventory posting in case of material not in case of service remove the valuaiton class and maintain only cost center

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    Diwakar

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 03:18 PM

    Hello SAP MM

    If you maintained a valuation class at the service master level and I have the GBB entry maintained for this valuation class and general modifier which for K it normally is VBR then the first thing I would validate is whether I getting a GL account default on my PO when I use my service master on the PO.

    When we post the service entry, then similarly you would need to maintain an entry for WRX and the valuation class you maintained on your service master (depending on your account determination rules).

    Hope this helps but you do need to maintain an entry for WRX for service PO's.

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