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automatic document adjustment?

hi,

I try to do automatic document adjustment for PO when condition changed. but the result is if i changed the condition PB00 with table a017, There shows 'No documents to be updated for document index' while do T-CODE MEI1. when i changed the condition PB00 with table 999, there will be changed. table 999 is my config condition table with key company code, purchase group ,material , vendor and plant.

i check the table S111, The variable key is difference, detailed see below

table VarKey

017 00000008040000000804000000000000001292000000000000001292800 800 901 901 00

999 9001000000000000001292901 001

I don't konw why the varkey is double if the table is a017?

and why i change the PB00 use material info record(plant-specific) is not valid?

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 11:30 AM

    hi,

    i met a strange things about field "valuation category" in material master. in our plant, we active split valuation, and all the setting is ok.

    but when i create a material with material type FERT, the field valuation category is grey, can't enter value, but if i changed the material type, then can enter the category value. i check the field in field group are all the same setting that is option by T-CODE, industry, field reference, plant and etc.

    so i don't konw why one type can enter value but another type is grey?

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    • Former Member

      Hi

      PLease check the account category refernce of FERT is maintained for Split Valution or not.

      Check in T.code OMWC under Global types.

      If it is not mainained you can maintain the same

      Award points if useful

      Thanks & Regards

      Kishore

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