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"Account determination for entry" error

Dear All,

While doing MIGO for excess quantity, the following error is getting dispalyed

"Account determination for entry 9000 GBB 0001 ZOB"

"Message no. SY499"

I have checked in OBYC,

For COA 9000, GBB, 0001,ZOB - g/l account has already been defined for valuation class raw material and finished goods

The same error exits while doing MB1C - 501 E Entry also

Kindly Suggest

Regards,

Prashant

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2011 at 06:11 AM

    The entry GBB/ZOB comes into picture only when you try to perform GR without reference ie 501 movement, as you have observed while using MB1C.

    I suggest you do the following:

    Check the valuation class of the material you are trying to receive / for the respective plant.

    Check if the valuation class maintained for the material is used in GBB/ZOB in OBYC.

    Normally, receiving materials without reference to PO is not recommended in most industries.

    Regards,

    Aroop

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2011 at 06:12 AM

    you get this error because OBYC have not been configured correctly.

    Please check if you have below entry configrued in your system.

    COA, General Modifier, Valuation Class

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2011 at 06:22 AM

    What is error message you are getting, the msg you posted i guess this is diff issue?

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