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Document cannot be posted without a transaction

While running the invoicing. the following error had occurred ...

Document cannot be posted without a transaction

Message no. EK372

Diagnosis

You did not fill the 'fkkop-hvorg' and 'fkkop-tvorg' fields.

System Response

The document could not be posted.

Procedure

Enter a transaction for the document by filling the fields for the main and sub-transaction keys ('fkkop-hvorg' and 'fkkop-tvorg').

The rates defined in the schema has two steps ... QUANTI01 & DISCNT07 .... with subtransactions defined properly ...

Help would be highly appreciated ...

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2010 at 04:50 PM

    Invoicing creates a FICA document along with any of your other documents that you may post. Every FICA document requires main and sub transactions. Check your configuration of FICA and Invoicing related to main and sub transactions

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2010 at 09:18 PM

    Hi,

    In order to post any document in FICA, a combination of main(HVORG) and sub transaction(TVORG) are maintained in SPRO so that each different kind of document can be assigned to specific events. Moreover, these custom main and sub transactions are mapped to Internal Main and Sub provided by SAP.

    Check your configuration for the Main and Sub transactions maintenance.

    Regards,

    Puneet Jhari.

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      The subtransaction and its mapping are defined properly in the SPRO ... 800000 GL is being hit on those subtransactions (combination of 0100 + 0011 & 0100+0021)

      The postings work perfectly well if i don't use DISCNT07 variant ... but as soon as i use that variant ... the posting error pops up ... any clues?

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