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controlling area deletion

HI,

My client wants to delete the existing controlling area and assign a new one for that i am trying to delete the existing controlling area through Tcode EC16 But it gives me an error

Deletion not possible (master data).

Message no. KT304

Diagnosis

You want to delete controlling area ACCA. This is not possible because master data was already created for controlling area ACCA.

TKA03: Statistical key figures

Procedure

Delete all master data in controlling area ACCA. Only then will you be able to delete the controlling area.

Any helpful suggesstions

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 07:04 AM

    u need to delete all the master data and all the values that the the old controlling area has... u cannot delete the controlling area which has value....

    so check this and try it again....

    thanks

    hope it helpful to u

    sejal singh

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 09:53 AM

    Hi,

    Try this..

    1. Make sure no transactional data. You can delete the transaction data

    by using the function, OKC3.

    2. Then go to tx-code, KANK for the CO number range. You have to use to change group function and detach all the elements from the group, so that

    you can delete all the number ranges.

    3. For the cost center groups, make sure you have deleted all the cost center under the Controlling area by using OKC4. Then use the tx-code KSH2 to delete the top cost center group.

    Tx,

    Usha

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