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Cost Center Substitution - KB21N


I am trying to use a Cost Center substitution on transaction KB21N to bring in the employees HR Mini Master Cost center when manually charging labor through KB21N. The problem is that the susbstitution populates both Sending and Receiving Cost Centers on the line item.

This means that I cannot charge labor to orders or project/WBS because I get a multiple Cost Object Error. Has anyone used a Cost center substitution in KB15N or KB21N that can share the experience.? Any help would be appreciated.



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    Posted on Apr 18, 2011 at 06:30 PM

    Hi, are you use OKC7?

    check notes 392273,201897

    Edited by: alex ice on Apr 18, 2011 8:31 PM

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      Hi Justin.

      Did you eventually manage to get this resolved. I have a similar requirement and was wondering if you substituted at allocation - sender or line items? Line items seems to only offer one cost centre and then I see why it was populating both sender and receiver.

      Can you please advise how you actually achieved this substitution?

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