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Maintain default revenue element in controlling area 1000

Hi Experts,

I am doing Customer Down Payment T Code:F-29

We had PS Module implemented.

So at the time of DP i put the network and Operation/Activity Number and also put the Work Breakdown Structure Element (WBS Element)

At the Customer line item.

that time system gives me following error.

Maintain default revenue element in controlling area 1000

Message no. FI661

Diagnosis

CO down payment update is active in controlling area 1000. You must therefore maintain a default cost element and a default revenue element for down payments.

Procedure

Maintain the default cost elements for down payments for controlling area 1000 in the Project System implementation guide.

More information.

If i click on More information then it will goes to T Code: OKEP

But i am unable to no the OKEP screen what i have to assign there ?

waiting for reply.

Regards,

J

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2011 at 09:42 AM

    Hi,

    I think you need to maintian the default cost element for DP to vendor for WBS (Capex). For controlling area specific you need to assign the cost element of category 1. This you have to maintian in Development and transport the change thu quality to production.

    Controlling are name, cost element for Vend DP.....

    Thanks

    Dinabandhu

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2011 at 06:20 AM

    Dear,

    In OKEP you need to give Revenue GL Account with Cost Element Category 11, this will be of type Debit Payment

    Hope it helps!!

    Br,Vivek

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