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Wrong charging of PR

Hi Experts,

We have a PR that was created last July. Account assignment category is A ( Asset ) but the cost center / plant used is wrong.

In effect the plant assignment captured in the PO is also wrong. Wrong cost center was also posted for GR and IV.

The problem is the asset was already depreciated last August and depreciation was charged to the wrong cost center. In the asset master data cost center is the same with that of the PR.

How can we correct the plant/cost center charging given that the August book was already closed. Can we still reverse all the entries using October as posting date and then correct the cost center after the reversal? Kindly advise.

Thanks,

Ellicec

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 05:47 AM

    HI,

    As per my knowledge you need to revert all entries for IV and GR then mark delete the line item from asset PO same in PR then only you can rectify this situation.

    Regards,

    Ninad Kshirsagar

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 05:57 AM

    Dear ! Ellicec

    By following below steps you can get the report as per your requirement

    Do the changes in the asset master which was created /used in the PR & PO from the transaction code AS02

    As the used asset will be as asset under procurement & has no depreciation

    Regards

    shamulheq

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