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account type D is not defined for document type WA

Hi Friends,

I have a inter company material consumption using special procurement key ( Withdrawal from alternate plant) .

Eg : I have plant A and plant B , my raw materials stock will be maintained in plant A and my process order will be created in plant B.When i confirm the process order in plant B it has to consume raw materials from plant A where stock is maintained. To achieve this i configured the special procurement key and assigned in raw materials in plant B.Now when i create process order in plant B , i can see reservation in plant A which is fine.

But when i post confirmation with back flushing and auto GR system is throwing error message as " account type D is not defined for document type WA" . I am aware if we can activate the Check box against customer in OBA7 system will allow to post GI.

But the same scenario is working perfectly fine between two other plants ( Eg plant C and Plant D ) i am able to post GI and GR without any issue.

Could you please let me know Without activating customer in OBA7 how it is working for plant C and D since OBA7 is not plant specific.

Kindly help with any configuration difference or any master data issue.

Please note these transfer is between two different company codes

Thank you

Ravi

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  • Oct 04, 2017 at 07:21 AM

    How is company code assignment of Plant A and Plant B?

    How is company code assignment of Plant C and Plant D?

    Did you check the cross company account determination? The CC-Accounts can be GL Accounts but also customers and Vendors are possible here? If A and B have different company codes than C and D maybe someone maintained customer accounts and not GL accounts here? OBYA

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  • Oct 06, 2017 at 09:55 AM

    SPRO

    Financial Accounting > Financial Accounting Global Settings > Document > Document Header > Define Document Types

    Here you can define the allowed types of accounts for the documenttype

    OOPS :) You already looked at this option

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