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AFAB - error message KI 235 - Account XXXXXX requires an assignment to a CO

Hi,

We have entered the unplanned depreciation in our testing system but we are getting above error message when we run AFAB.

I found some threads about this error so I have checked following settings:

1. Asset Accounting >Integration with the General Ledger >Additional Account Assignment Objects-->Activate Account Assignment Objects - KOSTL is activated

2. Tcode ACSET is OK (it is the same as in the Production System)

2. Table ANLZ - all assets for our company code have valid cost centres assigned

Do you have any idea why this message suddenly appeared?

Thanks

D.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 08:37 AM

    Hi,

    First set your relavant controlling area with OKKS.

    Go to KA02 and enter your cost element XXXXXX and go to default acc assignment tab, and ther enter your cost center / internal order as a default CO object to dep expense postings.

    This will fix your issue

    Thanks,

    Srinu

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 08:57 AM

    I have read a note 684659 and found that cost centre in field status group was suppressed in our testing system:

    "Make sure that the account assignment objects are ready for input in

    the field status of the account and the posting key. Hidden objects

    are not copied to the line items.

    (Example: If you grayed out the cost center in the field status, a profit

    center derivation cannot be performed for this line item)".

    Thanks

    D.

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