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CO-CCA: Define Standar Hierarchy

Dear sir.

How can I define Cost Centre Standard Hierarchy?

I must setup Cost Centre. When I want to define Standard

Hierarchy (IMG: Controlling -> Cost Centre Accounting -> Master Data -> Cost Centre -> Define Standard Hierarchy), it said that "You have not yet created a cost center standard hierarchy for COAr XXXX" - "Message no. OH100"

Please guide me step by step deal this problem.

Best regard,

Hangvt

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2008 at 07:26 AM

    Hang,

    In the definition of the Controlling area you have to define a Std Hierarchy... Complete that and you should be fine...

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2008 at 07:53 AM

    Hi,

    I met this problem before.

    You have to maintain the controlling area through OKKP firstly, filling the "CCtr. St. Hierachy" in the detail of specified controlling area. When saving the configuration, the system will prompt that the hierachy is new and if you want to create it. Select yes and the system will create it.

    After this , you will be able to maintain the standard hierachy through OKEON as you do.

    Hope it's helpful for you!

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2008 at 09:59 AM

    Hi,

    Firstly, you will have to create the cost center standard hierarchy with transaction OKEON and the name of the standard hierarchy will be what you have mentioned while defining the controlling area.

    Before proceeding with the standard hierarchy creation, ensure that the nodes reflecting the organizational structure under which the cost centers have to be included is planned properly.

    If the standard hierarchy is not structured properly, you will face problems subsequently when then additional nodes to reflect the correct organization structure have to be included and which can't be done because some cost centers which are already there have postings in them.

    Planning the standard hierarchy before creating is a very very important activity.

    Good Luck!!!!

    Thanks and Regards,

    Bhuvaneswari.S

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