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AUC settlement

Hi All,

There is a -1 value in AUC and +1 value in WBS element can settle it to +1 value to AUC. Suggest me how can I settle this value to AUC. When I close the project I am getting the below error.

You can’t deactivate asset 12345. Please check

Message no. ay 109

The asset 12345 in company code 123 can not be deactivated value exist for the asset

Thanks in advance

Nandha

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  • Posted on May 02, 2012 at 07:23 AM

    Settle that WBS element value to AUC through CJ88.

    Thanks

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    Posted on May 02, 2012 at 09:53 AM

    Hi

    As per the error, the asset is already deactivated. so you cannot do the settlements any more.

    Thanks

    Ramu

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    Posted on May 07, 2012 at 08:32 AM

    Hi,

    Please check whether the WBS element is pertainining Investment Profile T.Code CJ20N.

    Please execute transaction code: CJIC/CJID, enter WBS Element. Here with you could view the Cost Incurred on WBS Element plus how much from that value is been transferred to AUC.

    Settlement Rule could be maintained in the same transaction code & settlement run can be executed to settle the Cost to AUC.

    T. Code: CJIC/CJID - For Settlement Display

    T.Code: CJI3 - Project Line Item Display

    Regards,

    Jaymin R. Bhatt

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