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Reg. Company Code Creation

Hi All,

I am working in the IDES system , and i am facing an issue with the Company Code that I have Created. I am abble to view the Company Code in the SPRO , but i am trying to assign the Company Code to Sales Organization then it is throwing an Error "The Company Code XXXX doesn't exits in Table T001".

I am release the TR even then i am facing this issue , Anyone know the solution for the same.

Regards,

Sen

Edited by: Senthil Nattamai Sekar on Jun 10, 2008 5:53 AM

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 12:30 AM

    Just to check which tcode u had used to create the company code. Is it OX02? This is the entry for the T001 entry. Theres another OX19 which is the trading partner entry. Then finally there the assignment OX16. Once you have finished this cycle. Then when you try to perform Sales org assignment can you perform a pickiing of the company code rather than direct entry sometimes it may be data entry issue, instead 0 its an O instead.

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 12:39 AM

    Hi,

    This happens when the company code is deleted and it still exists in some dependent tables. Execute OX02 (you will not see your company code there, most likely) and create a new entry for your company code. This should solve your problem. You said you see it in SPRO, could you tell me which path did you go thru and saw it in which transaction?

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