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Change G/L in account determination

Hi Friends,

Need your help.

My client wants to change the reconciliation G/L account for one of the account determination. But in older G/L, they have already posted entries. Depreciation run also has been performed. In AO90 system gives the error "You can no longer change the value 'XXXXXX" for the G/L account"

Now I want to know what is right way to change the G/L in account determination. What wil be the impact for old values.

Thanks & Regards,


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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 04:04 AM


    Convert this warning message into information message in OBMSG and reset the asset recon account in OAMK.


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  • Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 04:18 PM

    Dear Sima,

    if you are in Release 6.0 error message AC476 can be customized now

    via transactions OBA5.

    Please leave field under "User name" blank (meaning all users allowed)

    or make sure the user you provide is updated as an allowed user in OBA5.

    For further information please also review besides SAP note 202746

    that you alredy know, SAP note 589102 point 3 and 4 where it is

    described how to customize the message via OBA5.

    Best Regards,


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