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Incorrect Profit Center in Cost Center Master

Hi

An incorrect Profit Center was updated in the cost center master and later more than 500 documents have been posted to the wrong Profit Center.

Now we need to change the Profit Center in the Cost Center master to the correct one. Also, the already posted documents needs to be revised with the correct Profit center.

Is there a way to do this?

Regards

Abhishek Kumar

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2009 at 11:28 AM

    HI,

    if you want to change profit center we can change that but only that will be done in a month 1 time

    or you can do reposting.

    Regards,

    satish

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    • Hi,

      If you want to see the right picture in FI then that's the most 'conventional' way to correct - yes (only in step 3 the posting origins in FI and parallely in CCA/PCA). You can do mass reversal F.80, but to do a mass posting you will be able only through some LSMW processing (though, it can be easily configured). Another way is to do separate FI documents debiting/crediting the right/wrong profit centres.

      Regards,

      Eli

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2009 at 11:18 AM

    Hi

    Once the cost center was posted with any transactional data, we can not change the assignment of profit center.

    you can repost the docuemnts posted to the wrong proift center to corredt profit center.

    you can create the new cost center (if possible change the validity peirod)and assign the correct profit center for onward transactions.

    satya

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