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change auc from investement internal order

hi sap experts,

my client has created one internal order with investment profile and assign in auc and now he wants to change the respective auc from internal order.

for example

They created one Internal order as 70000500 with investment profile

earlier they have assigned auc as 5000035 and now they want to change the auc as 5000044.

i would request to all please guide me how to change the Auc from Internal order .

regards

syamala

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2010 at 03:16 PM

    Hi All

    I believe you cannot change the AUC in KO02 transaction once you have already settled.

    There is an option Block/Delete but it was greyed (disabled).

    Usually you create the investment order (KO01) and soonafter the AUC and they are linked forever, until the full settlement to asset.

    Well if you really need to transfer the expense from the original AUC to the other AUC you could try the Line Item Apportinment.

    1-Run KO88 to settle all expenses to original AUC.

    2-Run KO88, menu Environment - Line Item Apportinment, update settlement rule for preliminary and try.

    In my box, it was not allowed to settled for AUC, maybe for your box is configured.

    I dont know if maybe by the FI-AA side you can fix it.

    Regards

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      Hi Frederic

      Thank you for your reply

      your reply is very usefull to come to know the problem, and your suggested sollution allso usefull.

      what you suggesting sollution is the reight way.

      could you please give me more idea about this.

      Regars

      Syamala

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