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what does mean "2 component active for validations"?

Hi Gurus,

I want to activate cost center component in a controlling area(tcode okkp). So I want to know what does mean " 2 component active for validations", and the difference with " 1 component active". It seems that co document will not be created when I choose "2 component active for validations".

Thanks in advance,

--Alex

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2008 at 07:20 AM

    Hello Alexander,

    1 - Active

    CCA is active without limitation. Cost centers are validated against the cost center master. They can be used as account assignment objects. The CO files are updated on posting.

    2 - Active for validations

    CCA is not active. Cost centers are validated against the cost center master. The cost centers can be used as account assignment objects but the relevant CO files are not updated on posting. If CCA is implemented at a later date, you can subsequently post the cost-relevant business transactions in cost centers to the relevant CO files (OKBA, OKBB, OKBC).

    So when you set the activation status to 1, you can post CO documents, and when you set the status to 2, co CO documents will be created but you can set CO objects on posting lines and these CO objects will be validated. This ensures, when you activate CCC at a later date, then these postings can be re-posted to CO.

    Cheers,

    Daniela

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