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You have not defined a CO account assignment for an account

Dear all,

i have a problem while SD billing.

we assigned costelement for newly created condition type through account assignment key and group.

but system is giving error when posting billing as "You have not defined a CO account assignment for an account".

I already assigned costcenter to this costelement in OKB9 and also in the costelement master also

but still have same problem.

Pls help me the path to make the rules forget co object for costelement.

tks in advance...

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  • Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 07:16 AM

    Dear Friend,

    I think this problem is from Gl account , maintain the cost center in Gl account and then try once.

    T code FS00 . Click on Edit cost element tab- Default Account assignment,here enter cost center and save.

    Hope it helps,

    Regards,

    Ramesh

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      Hi Friend,

      I already assigned the cost center also in costelement master..

      when i tried to post in fi directly it is picking costcenter but when trying to post billing from SD the error coming out.. pls help me whether i miss any setting??

      tks fo ryour reply

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2009 at 04:08 AM

    hi

    check whether u have assigned sd condition type to CO field in T-code KE41

    hope this helps

    regards

    CM

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