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Dear experts,

Whenever I am doing PGI ,getting error Period 001/2009 is not open for account type S and G/L 893015.

Please suggest necessary settings.

Thanks in advance

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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 03:49 PM

    Hi

    This related settings or changes is to be done in OB52

    If you go to OB52 you will see posting period varient first column 1000,1001 etc

    This actually comes from company code

    Go to OBY6 and see what is the posting period varient maintained for your company code

    Then in OB52 for that posting period varient choose S from blank to zzzzzzzzzz--1-2009- 12200913-2010-16--2010

    Like this you have to maintain also for A,D,K,M,+ also

    Check what is your fiscal year varient also in OBY6 it should be K4

    If this is a real time issue it is better to consult your F person as this relates more to FI and MM they should only open the period for us

    With the changes in OB52 your error will get resolved 100%. If still persists the you have check the GL account(the no you have mentioned) in FS00 and FI person will have the best solution for this

    Regards

    Raja

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 04:42 PM

    Dear Praveen,

    The same has been suggested by me in following thread:

    mbic-error

    I hope, same will be helpful to you, also.

    Best Regards,

    Amit

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