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Goods Issue - Others (Account Assignment)

Hello All,

We have a situation wherein the user is able to issue goods using tcode MIGO by choosing Goods issue --> Others and mentioning an order number that belongs to another plant in the account assignment tab and issues a material which belongs another plant.

For eg we have material A that has been created for plant 1. The user issues the material (movement type 261)and the account is assigned to an order which has been created for plant 2.

I could not find any authorization object that restricts this.

I checked the objects M_MSEG_BWA and M_MSEG_WWA and he has authorizations only for plant 1 and all movement types.

We have tried various combinations for authorizations and have concluded that this restriction is not possible via authorizations.

I believe functionally it should not be possible for anyone to book costs against another plant.

Any pointers to restrict this access will be appreciated.

Thanks & Regards,

Subramaniam Iyer

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2008 at 07:58 AM

    You can restrict through authrozation only...contact your basis people..

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      Hi

      If both the plants belong to the same compnay code then the sytame may not stop such postings as the accounting documents are based on the Compnay code.

      If both the Plants belong to different compnay codes then cross scompnay postings happen whcih can be controlled using Configuration & validations.

      Please get in touch with your FI consultant for details on inter company config

      Thanks & regards

      Kishore

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