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Profit Center wrongly getting picked up in Accounting Document

Hi,

There is an issue. In the accounting document the credit line item picks up the correct profit center which is maintained in the assigned Internal Order. Whereas the debit line item is picking up some wrong profit center in the accounting document which it should not be picking. It should pick up the same as for the credit line item.

Can you let know your thoughts on the root cause for this problem.

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    Posted on May 16, 2011 at 04:58 PM

    Hi.

    'It should pick up the same as for the credit line item'-why, from where it'd derive?Is it your own development?And what the model of this document?In which tcode it was posted?

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  • Posted on May 16, 2011 at 05:23 PM

    Hi,

    check in OKB9 your cost objects.

    check in AS03 your cost center in asset master data. In KS02 you can check profit center assigned

    regards.

    Edited by: Marssel Vilaça on May 16, 2011 2:23 PM

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      Hi,this is the only asset for which PC is wrong?

      Also PC doesn't derive from plant while posting to asset

      So you have only CC in as03, and not any other account assignments?

      Also put a model of doc, which you're posting (Dr,Cr).

      And why are want to put another PC from PC which in cost center(form as03)?

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