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Funds Management-Budget Carry Forward

Hi,

I was doing testing for open item commitment carry forward along with Budget (FMJ2). In the selection screen, there is a drop down for Availability Control, When I Select Check and execute..

1) I get errror message.. Budget "Annual Budget Exceeded by ......" . This message shld not appear as budget from CY is to be transffered to New Year.

2) Then I executed FMJ2 again but this time I in Availability Control.. I selected Update without check.. this time there was no error and I could post it. But here the problem is when i see the report for Year 2009 (new year)FMRP_RW_BUDCON - Budget Control System (BCS) -> Budget -> Overview of Budget Consumption , Consumable bugdet is 0, Current bugdet has value carried forward, available budget is in negative.

I have release strategy for budget, but not for budget type carried forward.

What could be the problem...How shld I solve this???

Thanks & Regards,

Jyoti

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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2008 at 09:19 AM

    Hi Jyoti,

    Try to implement note 946690 just in case. But the solution for your problem is in note 973697.

    Also, look at the note 1037571 for further info of using no AVC check option while performing FMJ2 with budget.

    Regards,

    Eli

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    • Hi Jyoti,

      For constistency check, you can simply put a prerequisite, so certain budget types won't be checked.

      The release was done in one budget type, and now you're using another one for carry-forward.

      Regarding your question, I cannot help you on this one: I'm using 5.0 and this functionality is for 6.0. Try to play with it, maybe it will solve your issue.

      Regards,

      Eli

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