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Bsx error in migo

Hi Experts,

I have created my own chart of accounts ( not copied from standard INT ).

While trying to post MIGO, the following error is getting displayed.

1) Account determination for entry XXXX BSX not possible.

when i try to lead through the diagnosis.It is leading me to Account Determination

Configure Automatic Postings ->Account Assignment -->Inventory Posting (BSX) ,

where i am entering my chart of accounts and the account Assignment colomn is empty.

I try to assign the standard account number 300000 again an error is displayed

2) Account 300000 not created in chart of accounts.

I try to create G/L account using FS00 for my company code.. here too i am facing difficulty in creating G/L account. the following error is displayed.

3) No PSIRUL statement account type is defined in chart of accounts XXXX.

Any suggestions please, is there any way i can copy all the standard G/L accounts to my company code or chart of accounts.

Regards,

Nani

Edited by: Nani on Feb 19, 2009 3:18 PM

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    Posted on Feb 19, 2009 at 02:35 PM

    Hi Nani,

    Can i understand you have only created your Co Code.

    Go to SPRO,

    Enterprise Structure->Definition->Financial Accounting->Define, copy, delete, check company code

    COpy any relevant Co code to the one you are creating.

    This will copy all the required GL accounts from the STD co code (Ex: 0001).

    Hope that should work.

    Cheers

    Arun.

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  • Posted on Feb 19, 2009 at 02:58 PM

    Hello Nani,

    The entry for this transaction BSX , should present in T030 table .

    Transaction OBYC can be used to maintain these values .

    This is not the complete informatio but could help you !

    Regards

    Shashank

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 04:31 AM

    Thanks for the reply

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