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SAP posting period error while mainting stock in MB1C

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Error Description:-

While I am maintain the stock in MB1C i got an error i.e.

Error:- Postingonly possible in periods 2006/12 and 2006/11 in company code CLC1 ( CLC1 is mycompany code.)

To resolve this error I did some pre-requisite,

First :- In OB29, I define my fiscal year variant ( Here, I copied the K4 andrename S4 and save )

Second :- then, in OB37, I Assign fiscal year variant to company code.

Third :- I define variant for open postingperiod, ( Here, I define my ownvariant to use the following menu path - IMG-- FA Financialaccounting global settings Documents-- Posting periods--Define variant forposting periods).

Forth:- in OB52, i define the open and close posting periods ( Here, in new entries i choose my variantwhich i define in 3rd step and define myperiods).

still system not allowing me the current dated posting, then i use the following step to resolve the error,

I mgoing to MMPV for close the periods. (here I closed all periods, month wisetill 2012/01).

stilli got the same error, so Icheck MMRV & OMSY, weather postingperiods change or not.. ( Here, systemshows me backdated posting periods i.e. 2006/12).

Kindly help me to resolve this error.

reg.Mayur

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  • Posted on Mar 05, 2012 at 08:38 PM
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      Hi,

      As you Said i closed each period as well as fiscal year , but still my problem not resolved .. system shown me following notification after i closed the period..

      Mode: Close period only

      Client:800

      Period entered (month/year):042010

      Invalid period for company code CLC1; no conversion here.

      Period closing complete; log issued.

      Mode: Close period only

      Client:800

      Period entered (month/year):012012

      CoCd CLC1: table T009B incomplete; no conversion here.

      Period closing complete; log issued.

      Mode: Close period only

      Client:800

      Period entered (month/year):022012

      Incorrect period in control rec. of CoCd CLC1; no conversion

      The current period (month/year) of the control record is122006

      Period closing complete; log issued.

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  • Posted on Mar 07, 2012 at 06:20 PM

    Check below link for explanation of adjusting current periods

    [POSTING PERIOD|RE: POSTING POSSIBLE ONLY 2011/12 &2011/11;

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I Gone through the steps mention on link,, first i was break the assignment of Compnay code and plant ,, then close the all periods as well fiscal year ,, after that i was entered in OMSY for changing my periods then its shown my below error ..

      Not possible to determine last period of previous year

      Kinly help me to resolved this issue..

      Thanks

      Reg.Mayur.

  • Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 07:48 PM

    goto omsy t-code and check the current posting period for the company code.

    note the year and period.(ex : year = 2006,period = 12)

    later goto mmpv t-code.

    here enter (for example) my company code = 1000.

    from company code = 1000

    to company code = 1000.

    enter period = 01,fiscal year = 2007(hope u understood my logic).

    and execute then u might get some message.dont consider that messg.then u choose right mark top above screen(enter).you need to repeat it same until ur current year and period(like 02 ,2007,03 2007)

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