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COPA Charcteristic group for assignment screen --KE4G/ FBCJ


We have Account based COPA. I have created one Charcteristic group and have assigned this group to Business Transactions which are RFBU, RFBV,RFIG,RKU2(T code KE4G). In entry aid,only cost center and profit center is required in Profitability segment being real cost object while posting any revenues. (SD module is not implemented).

In invoice posting (T code FB70) user has to first specify Cost center and has to click on Prof seg tab being real cost object . Here the profit center gets automatically picked up as it is defined in Cost center master.

Now the problem is , in Tocde FBCJ, (Cash receipts) if I select business transaction type "other Receipts" and use the same GL of revenue which I use in FB70, system is not deriving Profit center automatically even if I am specifying cost center first and clicking on Prof seg tab

What could be the problem? Do i need to add any other Business transaction in Tcode KE4G or any setting is required in FI.

Request for the help.



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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2010 at 07:10 AM


    I dont think any addition in KE4G is going to solve it..

    I was just wondering - why you put a cost center 1st and derive PC from it.. Instead of entering Cost center, why not think of entering a PC directly in the PSG tab... It will be same effort - entering one object instead of other


    Ajay M

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    • Hi

      I dont know why in FBCJ it should behave differently...

      Can you try the below steps and see if PC gets derived from CC in FBCJ

      1. Try to post the entry just be entering a CC..

      2. System would give an error that real object is required for posting

      3. Convert this error into warning in OBA5...

      4. Now try to repost the doc right from start in FBCJ

      Once the doc gets posted, check if PC is derived or not... Ofcourse, you can do this only in a test client


      Ajay M

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