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Budgetting for Cost Center

Hi

Can you please inform me whether its possible to stop the posting in a cost center after it has exceeded the budget, like we do it for internal orders, if yes then kindly infrom me the way (transaction codes) by which we could do that.

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Ash

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 01:48 PM

    Hi ,

    Internal order have dynamic check option, once the actual amount exceeds the budget amount system automatically check.

    But cost center don't have that option.

    So there is no possibility to stop the transaction to cost center.

    chandra

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 10:48 PM

    One alternative way if you mandatorily require the Cost Center not to be posted is:

    1. Create an internal order with same budget amount as the cost center.

    2. Create a substitution in order that once this cost center is input the system substitutes internal order you created. This happens without the knowledge of the user.

    This is effectively making your cost center not to be posted beyond the budgeted amount since system does not allow to post:

    1. if amount exceeds internal order budget amount, and

    2. the Cost center can only be posted if internal order has enough room.

    This can be your posible alternative if you don't get a better solution than this.

    Regards

    durga

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