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change "P&L account" TO "balance sheet account" using 'FS00'

HI ALL,

During this job, i got a following error mesage.

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Change to balance sheet control in spite of postings

Message no. FH601

Diagnosis

You have changed the G/L account from a "balance sheet account" to a "P&L account" or conversely.

The G/L account has already been posted to, and the balance of the account is zero.

Procedure

Check your entries.

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I've already posted using the g/l account

which i want to change.

Please tell me the way.

thanks,

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 04:05 AM

    HI Shin Seung-Dam

    If you want to change the G/L a/c from balance sheet to P/L or vice versa, the G/L a/c should not be posted to and if posted it should all be made zero. only then you can change it. If its helpful. plz assign points.

    Regards

    Rajaram

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 04:30 AM

    thanks very much rajaram!

    I've alredy posted with the G/L

    A/C and then reversed the document.

    However i can't change the G/L still.

    Could you tell me more in deail.

    I'll give you big points as much as i can.

    Waitting for your reply.

    thanks.

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