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Message no. FH 145: account determination for transaction MVA or VVA

Hello,

We have an issue with the error message :

"Account is used in the account determination for transaction MVA or VVA

Message no. FH 145

Diagnosis

Account 44580000 is used in the account determination for transaction MVA or VVA. These transactions cannot be posted to accounts managed on an open item basis.

System Response

The program cannot change the account on open item management and must be canceled.

Procedure

This account cannot be changed on open item management."

We are currently trying to convert GL account from Non Opne Item managed to Open Item managed.

The procedure we are following is:

1. We block the GL acount at both Chart of accounts & Company code level

2. We run Report ZRFSEPA02 in SE38 to open the open the Open Item management by giving the GL account & Company Code

3. We unblock the account. It is ready for use

While performing the second step we are facing the above error. Please let me know what is the meaning of this error. Also where can I find this customisation.

Thanks

Shreenath

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 02:44 PM

    MVA (output tax offsetting on down payments) and VVA (input tax clearing on down payments).

    Execute T Code OBXB and check whether the GL accounts (for which you are trying to run RFSEPA02) are in the account determination for transaction MVA and/or VVA. If yes, RFSEPA02 cannot switch on open item management on these accounts.

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