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Budget Monitoring Using Statistical Orders (Asset procurement) using ecc 6

Recently we're upgrade from 4.6c to ECC 6.0....

In standard SAP transaction S_ALR_87013542 I can match, for each wbs element the actual and financial commitment balance.

In actual balance are included real and statistical wbs postings (value type 4 and 11).

Anyway in a particular case the system doesn't extract the value in actual column.

Ive created a Purchase Order by using the account assignment category A.

In field status group related to this account assignment category I opened the field wbs element, in order to create a PO for asset with a statistical wbs assigned.

I underline that:

I assigned the wbs element to my asset in account assignment for investment section.

In my customizing settings the Good receipt is valued (during GR I create an FI document).

When I create a good receipt from the PO I notice that the the system doesn't create a CO document. As a consequence the value in financial commitment disappear but I cannot see the actual value updated.

On the other hand, if I create an FIAA document and I assign to the asset a statistical wbs element the system create even a CO document, and in the report S_ALR_87013542 I can see the actual value updated.

this symptoms is not happening in our 4,6c.....

With the same document (PO no) the CO document is created

Your help is highly appreciated

Brack

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 09:02 AM

    Have a look in spro:

    Financial Accounting / Asset Accounting / Integration with the General Ledger / Additional Account Assignment Objects

    Activate Account Assignment Objects

    Specify Account Assignment Types for Account Assignment Objects

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