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While doing costing run,it is giving an error that -- No control record for

Hi ,

While doing costing run it is giving an error that " No control record for Activity type 1000/300008/LABORP in version 000 / 2009 activity planning/qty planning."

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No control record for Activity type 1000/300008/LABORP in version 000 / 2009 activity planning/qty planning

Message no. KL023

Diagnosis

No activity planning or quantity planning has been carried out for Activity type 1000/300008/LABORP in version 000 and fiscal year 2009.

Procedure

Activity Type Planning for cost centers or

Planning Quantities and Prices for business processes.

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So do i need to perform the above activity inorder to overcome with this issue.

Can anyboday assist on this. Points will be awarded.

With regards,

Shree.J

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    Posted on May 21, 2008 at 10:42 AM

    Hi Shree,

    This error looks like that you have attached the activity to the work center and there is no rate has been maintained in KP26. Please maintain the activity ...for1000/300008/LABORP

    for the period and try to repeat the costing run.

    I hope this clarifies...

    Regards

    Rajesh A

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 07:01 AM

    Hi Gurus,

    Iam Facing same can u any body heip me

    Thanks And advance

    Nagaraju sami

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