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Budgeting through I/O for Assets

Hello all,

Eg.I have one company code, in that having 3 departments -

For Asset class computer Budget

Manufacturing 10,000

Admin 50,000

HR 20,000

Total 80,000

I will give Budget to each department for asset to be purchased, so after that Budgeted amount Asset will not get purchased. It will through error message at PR/PO level only. We don't have budgeting module. I have to do it with internal order only.

I don't have much Idea about CO module. Kindly explain me step by step how can i do this.

With Best Regards


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  • Posted on Aug 21, 2012 at 07:00 AM

    Assigning through Internal Order, you can do control the Budget in MM, SD, and FI.

    KO22, KO12, Activate Availability control KO30

    But Investment management has to be there for this purpose.

    You should activate order management in OKKP

    Then, You need to have order types created with source structure.

    You need to search in google for more details.


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    Posted on Aug 21, 2012 at 12:37 PM

    Below are steps for configuration of IO to AUC:

    A) Create an Order Type having Object Class as "Investment" - (KOT2_OPA)

    B) Create AUC Class - where in select: (OAOA)

    Status of Auc: "Investment Measure"

    C) Create an Investment Profile: (OITA)

    Check Box - Manage AuC

    Invt Measure Class - AuC Class created assign

    Click on Radio Button - Line Item Settlement

    Now create an IO assign the Investment Profile and run the transaction it would work.

    Please refer below link:

    Above link steps for configuring the same are mentioned please refer the same.


    Jaymin R. Bhatt

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