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AAC and Material in the PO

Hi Experts,

Can you please help me on below:

While creating Purchase order our system is allowing to enter both Account Assignment Category K as well as Material also.

But Our requirement is to have only one either Account Assignment Category K or Material .

So we need any error message control while entering Material if AAC K is there and vice versa.

Can you please help us how we can control through Configuration.

Thanks,

Sudha

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 05:00 AM

    Hi,

    It is standard SAP functionality for procurement of consumable materials to use material code with account assignment (cost center) in PO as well as PR or any other Purchasing document (RFQ,Contract etc)

    You cannot control it through configuration if you want to control then go for Enhancement

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 05:37 AM

    consumption is posted against account maintained for GBB_VBR settings. in case of automatic account assignments, the relevant GL will have auto posting enabled.

    when you make an account assigment PO, this is the GL that will default. So long the GL is not changed, it wil give error, no direct posting can be made.

    if you can define the default GLs with such precision for each valuation class in OBYC for GBB _ VBR, or for a copy of VBR you define in the configuration purchasing > account assignment > cost center. probably you can make the gl field a display and thus prevent from altering the gl and processing the PO.

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