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Unable to write correct rule in T code FMCCA in PSM-BCS


We are using BCS functionality in our company apart from other SAP Modules. In BCS we have encounter a situation where posting taken place through LIV is creating deficit budget in fund center and commitment item.

From this year onwards we have stop doing carry forward of open PO commitments..since we are following multi year budgeting with PBET not active and GR/IR update in OFUP.

So while making SES against last year PO system allow to make SES and further LIV without giving AVC error. We want to issue error mesage at the time of LIV if sufficient budget is not there or if there is budget deficit in account assignment.

I have written a rule in FMCCA for test case as

Prerequisite: Financial Management Area = 'ONGC' AND Funds Center = 'dliscssp' AND Commitment Item = '201499'

Check: Key fig..ALL_BUDGET_DATA..Operator: less than

Message: Error

But the above rule is not working at all may be i am doing some mistake in such rule.

My purpose is to check the available budget (from T code FMAVCR01) at the time of LIV in account assignment and if there is any deficit system through the error message.

Experts are requested to kindly advise me on this issue


shankar aggarwal

Edited by: Shankie on Jun 27, 2011 9:01 AM

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2011 at 12:24 PM

    This forum os for SEM-BCS, which is Strategic Enterprise Management - Business Consolidation System, for Accounting consolidations. The answers you are looking for will be found in a different forum.

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