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Problem during Contract creation using Inbound IDOC BLAORD03

Dear Experts

I have created a material contract in ERP from SRM using IDOC BLAORD03 with differents Account assignment categoryt in items (EKPO-KNTTP - ( K - Cost Center, A - Asset, P - Project, 0 - Order, etc)

But when i try to create service contract in ERP from SRM using IDOC BLAORD03, the fields on Account Assignment Screen come in output mode. For example, i have tried to create Contract Service with K (Cost Center), the IDOC show me the message "Field COBL-KOSTL . is not an input field" ( Message 00 347).

This field is required, but the system doesnt allowed to fill the field.

Anyone have any idea or suggestions to solve this issue ?

I am using SRM 5.5 Service Pack 11 and R/3 version 4.7

Best Regards

Roberto

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 07:17 PM

    Hi,

    I am not an expert in SRM but here are some of the things you can check:

    Check the details in document type in ERP using OMEC, for the Field selection and note it down.

    1. Is the account assignment category being populated in the IDOC.

    2. Use T code OMF4, check the field selection assigned to the document type you are using, In the Basic Data Item, see whether the account assignment category is checked under Optional or required.

    If both the answers are yes, then you need to enter the wonderful world of ABAP debugging. Use T code WE19 to process the inbound IDOC. You can put breakpoints at key points in the processing function module.

    Cheers...

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