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Actual activity price does not exist for cost center / activity type


We are trying to upload the time sheet related data(number of hours an employee workred on a project) ect from Non SAP to SAP.

We have used a customized program and have loaded the data from se38.

All this HR data will be saved in CAT2

Later we transfer the time related data into SAP FI/CO using CAT7.

+When tested with a couple of employees time sheets, they got uploaded in SE38 proerly and when transfered it through CAT7 it was properly taking the hour*rate is cost and was reflecting in the respective cost element.

For a few time sheets in SE38 we were getting an error saying that the cost center(100501)/ activity type(EAT001) does not exist for 2010.

Hence we have taken, FY 2010, the cost centes and activity types in KP26 and have given the planned Activity as 1. No planned cost in KP06.

We have run the price calculation forr the FY 2010.

Then we were able to uplaod the time sheets, but when we tried to transfer the data through CAT7, it throws an error saying no activity price exist for cost center 100501/ activity type EAT001. If I ignore the warning an proceed, no amount is being calculated.

When uploaded employee time sheets before, all the cost were getting claculated and were entering into the respective cost elements, but now no amounts are being calculated and it is taking Zero.

When checked the previous years data i.e, 2009 all amounts are fine, in KSII I can see the activity quantity filled with some numbers in 2009, where from are they comming? I have checked KBk6 nothing was mentioned.

PLease assit



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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 09:51 AM


    I never used CAT* though, but the error means that you need to maintain a activity price in KBK6 (Actual price)


    Ajay M

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