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goods movement 221 - account assignment for project

Hello,

we want to do a goods movement warehouse to a project, transaction MB11, movment type 221: consumption for project from warehouse.

Now we went to OBYC, transaction GBB - Offsetting for inventory posting and maintained the general modification VBR for our valustion classes, we assigened debit and credit accounts here.

So my question, I think this "account assignement" will not only be used for projects but also for other movements, for example MB1A and movement type 201.

Is there a way to only deteremine accounts for the action of consuming materials on a project?

Thanks,

Anne

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 07:00 AM

    Hi,

    Follow below steps, it will help you ...

    Use T Code OMJJ and give the MMT 221, select account grouping from left hand side...

    you can see the account modifier..note that account modifier and goto OBYC assign the GL accounts aginast the account modifier in GBB.

    Thanks

    Prasada

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  • Posted on Sep 16, 2009 at 02:25 PM

    hi,

    check OMWB for simulation...it'll show all accounts which will be hit..

    Regards

    Priyanka.P

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  • Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 06:49 AM

    Hi

    Try this:

    Go to OMWN and for mvt type 221 - enter new account modifier say XYZ.

    Then go to MM -> purchasing -> Account Assignment -> Maintain Account Assignment Categories -> for acct assignment category P enter XYZ as account modification. Now set up account determination for GBB-XYZ in OBYC.

    Thanks

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