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Settlement not happening for all the costs


I have the following scenario-

A project has been created.There is a parent WBSE and a child WBSE. In the settlement rule of the parent WBS element I have given the child WBSE as the receiver and the child WBSE is to be settled to AUC/FXA.

I have posted certain costs to the parent WBS element and also an internal order has been settled to the parent WBSE. Now when i run CJ88 in test mode then no error messages come but i get a message in green which says-

Message no. KD277


The sender is a capital-investment measure. It was debited with costs from other senders during this settlement run. However, for technical reasons, these costs are not included in the test run.


The costs from hierarchical settlement are included in the production run.


When i see the details of the settlement then only the cost of the settled internal order have been settled from the parent to the child WBSE. The other costs have not been settled. What could be the possible reason for this?

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2012 at 08:51 AM

    Untick the test mode and then check. Its clearly mentioned in the description that due to some technical reasons the other costs are not included in the test run.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Closing the thread------

      All the COIN values which were not getting settled had been posted not through any transaction but were uploaded on 31st january as a part of cutover activity.

      As such i ran the settlement in two parts- firstly till january period-this settled all the migrated costs.

      In the second phase,i settled the cost for the remaining period.

      Earlier i was running a cumulative settlement upto the current period.

      Thanks and regards

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