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Unable to capitalize the AUC from project to Fixed Asset

Dear Experts,

I created AUC automatically from WBS and i have settled that WBS with CJ88. But when i try to capitalize it to Fixed asset via AIBU, i am unable to do it. The system throws the error message as

Line item settlement is not possible for asset MY02 36 0

Message no. AW050


You want to carry out line item settlement of an asset under construction. This transaction can only be carried out for assets with active line item management.

However, line item settlement is not active in the asset class of asset 36 0 (company code MY02).

If the asset is an asset under construction belonging to an investment measure, then you should carry out the settlement using order or project settlement.


Check the setting for 'status of AuC' in the definition of the asset class.


Currently asset class settings was investment measure in "status of AUC". I choose this because i want to create a AUC automatically from WBS. If i choose line item settlement in asset class, then i can't assign that asset class to investment profile which inturn i am unable to create AUC automatically from WBS.

Please help me sort out this issue asap.



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    Posted on May 19, 2011 at 11:36 AM


    on Asset class which u put in Investment profile, You need to select "investment measure " on "status of AUC" .

    But on Asset class which final assets are created you can use the option "No AUC or summary Mang. of AUC"

    Also better if you can use CJIC & set the final asset aginst WBS then execute rather than using AIAB.



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