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Internal Order Settlement to AUC

Hello Gurus,

I have created an Internal Order & in the settlement rule have assigned an AUC with Order Type 0600 which is for Capital Investment. Now, I have booked some expense in the Internal Order & am trying to settle the Internal Order to the AUC.

But I am getting an error message ,"Account 'Acquisition:Acquis. and production costs' could not be found".

When I checked the relevant Account Determination, I found that a GL is assigned against Account 'Acquisition:Acquis. and production costs'. I also checked, whether the GL exists & have found it to exist.

Now, I am at a total Loss, dont know why this error is coming.

Please help, as my entire Cycle Testing is at halt because I am stuck at this stage. Will be very grateful for useful replies.

Warm Regards,

Debojit Dey

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:10 AM

    For the asset class in which asset is created ,Check the account determination for the COD and also check if you have assigned the same Account determination to the asset class in the asset master - Check the account determination displayed in asset master.

    Thanks,

    Sujai C

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:27 AM

    Have u done the relevant customising like

    Settlement Profile

    Allocation structure

    value fields properly

    investment profile

    Please give detailed message.

    If the problem is not solved by above please reply

    thanks

    S AP

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