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Totalling up zeros in CJ40

Hello Experts,

We have one issue pertaining to t-code CJ40.Requesting your support here.

The issue is during the totalling up in CJ40.

I enter say 100 USD as a cost plan for the WBS level 3. now when i total up, this value gets

totalled up to 2nd and 1st level. My 2nd and first level is set as planning indicator too.

Now if i make the 100 as zero in my third level and then make a total up, the totalled up values at the

2nd and 1st level , still remains 100 and does not becoem zero.

Have checked OSS notes 167405 and other related OSS notes , which says this is not possible, but i would

like to know from you guys if you have faced simmilar issues and any solutiion you implemented

for this.

If i uncheck my planning indicators at 2nd and first level would work, but that is not what we want.

Please let me know your thoughts on this.

Thanks and regards

Sandeep

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  • Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 05:24 PM

    In SAP cost planning would work based on bottom up approach.So once if you total up the cost plan it will get accumulated to superior wbse from the subordinate wbse. In the same way if you delete the cost plan in subordinate wbse, manually you should delete the cost plan in superior wbse because your project hierarchy having so many levels.

    There is one option like select all the wbseu2019s which you want to delete the cost plan and click on edit u2013delete.

    Regards,

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