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KJ161 - result analysis error message

Hello all,

please advice.

We have accidentally posted some costs to a SD-order position with a cost element, which is not maintained within OKG5.

Therefore the error message KJ161 (There are values for cost element & that are not assigned to any line ID) appears while doing result analysis.

So we have cancelled these postings, but the error message still appears.

I know, we can avoid this by maintaining the customizing (OSS 302823), but we do not want to change the customizing.

Is there any other way how to get the values excluded from the result analysis (as they are already cancelled)?

Thanks in advance



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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 02:51 PM


    Checking this *Note. Section 4, you can see that there is another way by changing the message type. "This causes the system to output an information message instead of an error message. If you select the message type J instead of I for the transfer to the user exits, the system suppresses the message completely." Maybe it can be a good way to solve your issue.



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      Thanks for reply,

      I was thinking about a solution whithou any changes in user-exit or customizing.

      The line IDs are created from the entries in COSP/COSS.

      If you cancel a posting, a new entry is created within COSP, so you have e.g. two entries - one with plus value and one with minus value. The sum is zero.

      If you delete these two entries from COSP (their sum is zero anyway), the cost element is not triggered into the result analysis and no error message appears.

      Do you think, this could damage something?

      Edited by: Peter Jankech on Dec 8, 2011 4:53 PM

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