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" NO SUBSEQUENT DOCUMENT FOUND IN ACCOUNTING"

Dear All,

After Creating Purchase order we created the GRN, for this GRN Accounting Document is generated

Then we completed Invoice verification. For this invoice verification Document Number also generated

However when I click on "Follow-On Documents" it gives error message :

No subsequent document found in Accounting

Long text of error message also attached below:

No subsequent document found in Accounting

Message no. RW011

Diagnosis

All documents generated in Financial Accounting for object type 'RMRP',

reference document number '5174048773' and organizational unit '2009' should be displayed.

System Response

No accompanying documents were found in Financial Accounting

The reason what i guess for this error is....

one more user was doing one big invoice verification due to this big invoice verification the Database got locked.

all users got locked error. Because after he stopped this big invoice all documents got posted correctly.

So I try to cancel this invoice Its giving error message:

" Reversal not possible, accounting document for the ref. does not exist"

Please suggest how to resolve this issue.

Regards,

Shivaji

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 08, 2009 at 08:53 AM

    Hi,

    Check if the material is created as non valuated.

    If material is not created as non valuated, another reason is that the account assignment category using which you created your PO has tick in "GR Non valuated"

    For checking account assignment go to SPRO --> Materials Management --> Purchasing --> Account Assignment --> Maintain Account Assignment Categories

    If GR Non valuated is ticked, remove the tick & save it.

    Thanks,

    Rajesh

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2009 at 08:15 AM

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