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Why Profit Centre Document required ?

Dear sirs,

We are in the process of base line configuration. Are using ECC6.0,

along with NewGL functionalities in FI.

As per note number 826357, a dummy profit center is not required. We

have therefore not created it.

However on trying to maintain 'Set Control Parameters for Actual Data'

using tcode 1KEF, we could not maintain the control parmeters for

actual posting.

We are getting a message that controlling area is incomplete message

no. KM410 to this effect is displayed.

We have already gone ahead with creation of profit centers,

cost center and associated master datas.

We are not able to generate a profit center document as probably 1KEF

could not be completed.

<b>Is It necessary to get Profit centre document is we r using NewGL functionality in FI?</b>

Request urgent help.

With thanks and regards,

Bijay Kumar Deo

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 01:39 PM

    Hello,

    Have you activated (check box) profit center accounting in OKKP ? Try doing this.

    As an option, create a dummy profit center and assign in OKE5. Check the following check boxes:

    Elim of Int. Business Vol check box and control indicators active indicator.

    Prakash

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