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FI Documents not posted in consolidation

Hi All,

We have a issue where once the FI documents are posted, the consolidation documents are not created. I have checked customizing settings and realtime update is checked. We also dont receive any error message for realtime update.

Also, when i run CXNR or CXNX to reconcile between general ledger and consolidation ledger, it shows there are reconciliation differences

Any help would be appreciated.

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    Posted on May 26, 2010 at 04:45 PM

    We had the same issue in our company as soon as we started fiscal year 2011. I logged a ticket with SAP and they directed me to table TRWCA. See Note 601700.

    In your system TRWA may look like this:

    400 ECCS 2010 X

    400 ECCS 2999

    400 ECCS 9999 X

    Use SM30 to add a tick beside 2999, and the documents will start posting to ECCS again. Use CXNM to post the documents that were not posted to ECCS.

    Hope this helps.

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    • Former Member Ernesto Chavez

      hello, Ernesto Chavez,

      can you tell me why need a item as "400 ECCS 2010 X"? so ,what does "2010" mean ,is it current year ?

      now i meet the same prolbem as you that "once the FI documents are posted, the consolidation documents are not created".

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