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Assigning GL Accounts

Hi,While I am trying to Assigning G/L accounts,it's giving me the following error:Although I created all those accounts.Please help.

Account 70000 not yet defined as reconciliation account in CoCo

Account KHAN-89999 Not allowed to be an BS account

Account KHAN-89999 Not defined as P89999L account

Account KHAN-80000 Not allowed to be an BS account

Account KHAN-80000 Not defined as P80000L account

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 04:00 AM

    1. Goto FS00 and select your GL account with a company code of KHAN

    Account 70000 not yet defined as reconciliation account in CoCo

    Go to control data tab and select recon account type as asset

    2. Account KHAN-89999 Not allowed to be an BS account

    System is looking for BS account

    Go to FS00 and check the radio button of P&L or BS. Change here

    OR ASSIGN another Balance sheet account at AO90

    3. Account KHAN-89999 Not defined as P89999L account

    System is looking for PL account

    Go to FS00 and check the radio button of P&L or BS. Change here

    OR ASSIGN another PL account at AO90

    4.Account KHAN-80000 Not allowed to be an BS account

    System is looking for BS account

    Go to FS00 and check the radio button of P&L or BS. Change here

    OR ASSIGN another Balance sheet account at AO90

    5.Account KHAN-80000 Not defined as P80000L account

    System is looking for PL account

    Go to FS00 and check the radio button of P&L or BS. Change here

    OR ASSIGN another PL account at AO90

    Srinivas

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 11:28 AM

    Check your OAMK settings, reset them to reconciliation account.

    Note the down the message number and switch them off, if they are really not relevant.

    Use OBA5 to switch off, if they are not available in OBA5, then add them in OBMSG, then switch off in OBA5.

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 11:40 AM

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