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I kindly request your help with an issue that I am facing.

The scenario is as follows :

1. There is a non valuated material X (material type UNBW).

2. MRP run happens and generates a PR with account assignment U.

3. Transfer report BBP_EXTREQ_TRANSFER is executed in order to transfer the PR to SRM.

4. The PR reaches SRM, but the SC is not created instead in SLG1 there is an error thrown, "No account assignment exist. Enter an account assignment".

5. In the backend now If I try to change the PR i get the error " 6Q204 (Procurement profile 36 cannot be changed).

Is this scenario supported ?? i,e, transfer of non-valuated materials from ECC to SRM.

Kindly let me know if you have any idea on this.

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 04:05 PM


    Account assignment is mandatory in SRM. Account assignment U (unknown) is not supported in SRM(?).

    SO, while transferring the PR to SRM with U, try to code BADI BBP_BADI_EXTREQ_OUT (in ECC/R3), so that you will pass some dummy account assignments to create SC. Further you can change to actual values in SRM.

    Material replication for UNBW is possible between ECC & SRM.


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  • Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 05:09 AM


    For non valuated material Accoutn assignment is mandatory .So please create a PR with Accoutn assignment

    then run the program BBP_EXTREQ_TRANSFER .SC will be created

    In SRM server -SPRO -Cross application basic setting -Account assignment -tick the account assignment categories whether it

    is cost centre,g/l account etc


    G.Ganesh Kumar

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