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Account XXXXXX for company code XXXX is not defined

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are on ECC 6. EHP5. We are using new general ledger planning. In which, we get below error :-

Account 0040003060 for company code 9010 is not defined

Message no. GM110

Actually, same account is extended for the same company code.

Please look into this.

Regards,

Kalpik Shah

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 12:03 PM

    HI,

    Please check the attached note 25559.
    "Check whether an entry exists for the integrated master data
    (Table T800D) for each field that is referred to in the cycle
    definition. The allocation only works correctly when master data
    is deposited for each dimension that is processed in the
    allocation. Dimensions, which are used to summarize with, are not
    affected.
    Furthermore, check the entries for the integrated master data in
    Table T800D to see if the higher-level fields are entered.
    Typical errors are missing higher-level fields for the following
    dimensions:

    RACCT, PRCTR or RPRCTR, RCNTR, RVERS
    You may use the entries for Tables GLT1 and GLPCT as a reference."

    Please check the View V_T800D, the table GLPCT , field RACCT. Check the
    error and correct it.

    Regards

    Madhu M

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