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Periodic asset posting

Hi experts

During periodic asset posting askb, I get an error : AA738

u201CNo valid number range xx has not been created for document type yy.u201D

Document type is, number range is created to document type.

I donu2019t know, where is problem?

Component version SAP ECC 6.0

Regs, Stenwa

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  • Posted on May 20, 2009 at 11:24 AM

    please read the text of the error message. It very clearly states the problem and what you must do to fix it. It is telling you that there is no number range defined... which means... that maybe... you should consider... just maybe... defining a number range!

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    Posted on May 20, 2009 at 11:35 AM

    In Asset accounting you assign the document type to use for periodical postings

    TC spro

    Financial Accounting / Asset Accounting / Integration with the General Ledger / Post APC Values Periodically to the General Ledger / Specify Document Type for Periodic Posting of Asset Values.

    In all systems I have seen the use the standard document type AA and not YY

    In TC OBA7 you can see the assigned number range to the document type

    In TC FBN1 you can create the number range, for asset accounting it is an internal number range in ECC 6

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