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Issue in ko88

Friends,

I have an issue when i run ko88.

Complete PA transfer structure TJ

Message no. KD514

Diagnosis

There is no value field assignment for cost element 100 / variance category RSUV in PA transfer structure TJ, or

PA transfer structure TJ has no assignments, or

No "Origin" is maintained for the assignments in PA transfer structure TJ (cost element group and, if applicable, variance category)

I have a cost element comming from a reprocess order,

Please update me what I should follow.

Br,

PubuduS

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 09:12 PM

    PubuduS ,

    You have to create / change the PA transfer structure. It is in the configuration KEI1 tcode. In this configuration you have to

    1) Create assignment lines

    2) Define these lines by variance categories

    3) Define cost element ranges / groups to these assignments

    3) Define target Value Fields that will receive these values.

    I hope this helps,

    Regards,

    Dave

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    • Former Member

      Hi Davit;

      I've same issue and I believe that I did the previous steps which u mentioned except number 4.

      So;

      may u kindly advice how to define target Value Field that will receive the values on KE11.

      N.B. I need to settle a PM maintenance order. I have three lines o the assignment lines:

      1. Revenue.

      2. Spare Parts.

      3. Labor Hours.

      And for each one of them I defined:

      1. SOURCE with Cost Element Group.

      2. And on the Source section I selected Costs/Revenue.

      Then on the Value Fields:

      I selected the proper Value fld for each one of the Assignment Lines.

      However, yet I still receive same error message and I cannot find or see TARGET Value Fields as u mentioned above.

      Thanks in advance;

      Regards;

      Ahmad;

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