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Problem creation of accounting document impossible

Dear Gurus,

I created a new Material Type in reference to "DIEN" Material Type.

I have created a Sales Order -> Delivery -> Invoice flow (yes the delivery isn't useful but needed for some flat file sending...).

After the creation of the Invoice, the Accounting document won't create itself.

I get the message : KE 348 described here below

Of course, no CCR exists but it's quite normal since we are on a Service Flow.

I check my customizing of the CO module, affectation of the Valorisation to Material Type and all is fine too.

Any ideas anyone please??

Thx in advance for your kind help

Xanticles

No valuation segment exists in the material master record for product 551

Message no. KE 348

Diagnosis

In Profitability Analysis (CO-PA), the system tried to valuate a line

item by looking for a product cost estimate for product "551" using the

plan period indicator.

To do this, the system has to read the valuation segment ("MBEW") of the

material master. This segment does not exist in valuation area NISL.

Display material, View: Costing

The system tried to read the product cost estimate according to costing

costing key Z01 as defined in the CO-PA Customizing settings.

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 06:04 PM

    Your PA is configured to insist (error msg) on a cost estimate. You either need to create a cost estimate for the service you are providing, or configure PA such that it will not generate an error when it doesn't find a cost estimate.

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 06:26 PM

    Check your transfer structure in KEI3

    Check the costing 2 vierw of the material as well.

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