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Posting not Allowed even if Posting date is Current Date

Hi ,

I am trying to create a GR with posting document and posting date 11/22/2007. When I tried to post it, it gave me an error message Posting only possible in periods 2007/11 and 2007/10 in company code 1000. I Checked OB52, MMPV and OMSY and all reflected that the current period is 112007 and the period is open for posting. What else do I need to change to be able to post my GR.

Thanks,

AE

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 09:54 AM

    Hi

    Please check the fiscal year varinat assigned to the Company code 1000.

    Check whether this date falls in the 11th period or the 12th period.

    Check Transaction Code OBY6 in which you can check the fiscal year variant for the compnay code.

    Check the Fiscal variant period in T.code OB29.

    Award points if useful

    Thanks & Regards

    Kishore

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2007 at 12:02 AM

    Hi Kishore,

    Thanks for the help. I saw the fiscal year variant and you were right.

    I gave you 10 points =)

    AE

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