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Alternative sap note for sap note 756049 for advance version sap

As per sap note 756049 :-You want to post an invoice document entered per EDI with the aid of Transaction 'Invoice overview' (MIR6). This document contains purchase order items which have been entered in other company codes.For the document, the system has issued error message M8 393 'Cross-company code transaction in PO item &1 &2, company code &3' in the message log. You can post the document nevertheless.

This is SAP Note 756049.

my sap is component SAP ECC 6.0 Release 701.

my problem is that system is posting invoice as per SAP note but we cannot apply this note as per our basis team we are in advance version.

can any one tell me about the exact sap note to be applied for our version as our problem is similar to Text of SAP note 756049 but this note is applicable to lower versions.

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2012 at 01:10 PM

    Hello,

    The note 756049 (MIR6: Error message M8 393) is only valid till the SAP_APPL 500. If you are above this level, then the corrections from this note should be available in your system.

    With regard to the error message M8 393, this message can be set as Warning, Error or Information. Please check if in the transaction OMRM (Define Attributes of System Messages in MM-IV) status for messge M8 393 is set to E(rror). If so, this prevents cross-company postings in MIRO.

    I hope this is useful for you.

    Thanks and regards,

    Suresh Jayanthi.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      I cannot comment on this as we had not posted inspite of the error.Please take help of your abaper and try to know the exact reason of the issue so that future errors could be avoided. Its your call if want to go further.

      regards

      Sanjeev

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