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Credit & Debit entries posted subsequently in CJI3

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I am having 2 issues related to timesheet postings against WBS / Network, when CJI3 is executed.

Q-1: We are using CATA to transfer the data to CO, PS, HR modules after CAT2 entries are saved. The system is posting Debit entries against a Cost element (related to Acty Type entered) when CJI3 is run. However, it looks like when CATA is run again, CJI3 report is making Credit entries against the Debit postings. Not sure why this is happening.

Q-2:

A controlling document is being generated when CATA is run for a CAT2 trx made with Network-Activity. However, when CJI3 is run, there are no values being displayed.

Any ideas? Please share.

Edited by: sdn sap on Feb 10, 2012 7:12 AM

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2012 at 06:20 AM

    hi

    there might be chances for reversal for the time sheet entries.

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    • Ok, COFC says No error record was found for the selection (I cross checked that the Selection parameters made were right).

      I was searching forums and also checked the below (http://forums.sdn.sap.com/thread.jspa?messageID=11073931�):

      Tables: CATSDB, CATSCO & PTEX2000.

      I see the postings made against Network - Activity in PTEX2000, but not in CATSCO. I did see FEW records were having an 'X' (Cancelled) - not sure why the records are getting cancelled. There are records which don't have a CANCELLED record. So, I am assuming, atleast the values posted against these records should show up.

      Please advise.

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