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Profit centre not entered

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At the time of invoice verification i have not posted the profit centre. Because of that the bill value of the party his taking to dummy profit centre. Please give me a solution how to transfer the bill from dummy profit centre to actual profit centre

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D.hariprasad

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 12:14 PM

    HI D.hariprasad,

    In case you have setup the real profit centre to which the value should actually be posted, please use Transaction code 4KE5 where in set the dummy frofit centre as sender and the real profit centre as recivier, in tracing factor select actuall posting 100%.

    Let me know if you need further help.

    Hope it is useful, if yes please assign points.

    Regards

    Bharat

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 12:19 PM

    YOu are not clear on which version you are in SAP?

    If you are in 4.7 EE or earlier, try to post a profit center document in 9KE0.

    If you are in version >5.0 and document splitting is enabled, then look at FAGL3KEH whether any one has given assignment of default profit center. If there is one, then remove this. The profit center should be derived from Plant+Material combination.

    There is no necssity to input profit center at the time of MIRO.

    In the new GL scenario you just use F-02 with dummy profit center in first line item and the zero balance account that you have given in document splitting rules and use the vendor in the second line item.

    reward if useful.

    sarma

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