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segmentation DTW for customer master

Dear All

We are using SAp 8.8 PL 10 & segmentation account.

I want to export customer master data use through DTW. But when i do DTW it given the error like " define accounts in liabilities drawer"

But i created as control account in asset drawer only. When i create master the account i could change it manually.

What is the problem

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 01:12 PM

    Hi,

    Please clarify which template and which column you have problem with.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 03:16 PM

    Hi,

    From your tatement

    I want to export customer master data use through DTW. But when i do DTW it given the error like " define accounts in liabilities drawer"

    As far i know via DTW you can only import data into SAP and can not export.

    Then moving to your question,for the segmented chart of accounts you should not use Account code as it is,

    For segmented COA the account code is generated by the system and look like '_SYS00000000088' and only formatcode field(OACT table) is mapped to the COA's Account code.

    You could use the query generator to view the system generated account code for the Debtors control account.

    In the customer master template use the system generated account code and map it to DebPayAccount column,it should work.

    Hope its helpful!

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