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Error during MIRO of an Asset

Hi,

Please help me solve our problems regarding MIRO of an asset.

The asset was received via MIGO last 12/27/2007. Depreciation cost was already posted for Dec2007~Feb2008. When user about to post the MIRO the error NAF5354 appear, "account yyyyy in company code xxxx cannot be directly posted to.." yyyyy is marked as recon account for account type A..

Using similar SAP transactional procedures on other assets received in 2008 and MIRO in 2008 using same GL account was posted successfully.

What seems to be the issue here? How can we proceed for the invoice verification?

Hoping for immediate advise.

Regards,

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2008 at 10:15 AM

    go to FS00 Transaction

    for your company code, edit the G/L account

    and in Create/bank/interest Tab,

    remove the Check Box Post Automatically. ...

    and check again

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    • Former Member

      Hi, thanks for the response. I already checked the FS00 of the concerned G/L. The post automatically checkbox is unchecked since the G/L acct creation.

      MIRO is working for those asset that were GR/IR on 2008. For this case, it was GR 2007 and to be IR on 2008.

      FIscal year already change.

      Does it have to do with fiscal year change and the asset already have posted depreciated cost before it was IR?

      Thanks in advance,

      Ely

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2008 at 10:17 AM

    In continuation to the above..

    If the error is in PRD, then consult your FI guys..

    otherwise proceed as said in the above reply..

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      PRD here means Production server , means if you post now in the production server it will reflect in the FI side. Be careful while posting in the Production server.

      So consult the Finance dept/consultants to do this process.

      Check the Asset class and the G/L account assigned to asset, is it creating any problem. Take the help of FI consultant on the issue.

      rgds

      Chidanand

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