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711 posting allowed in HUINV05 but not through MB11

Hello All,

I have done a physical inventory for an item through HUINV and while clearing the difference through HUINV05, it allowed to post the difference with mvt type 711. Stock variance G/L account is assigned to a CO object through OKB9 and the postings are done correctly.

When I tried to post the same Mvt type 711 with MB11, I have received the following error message.

'Account XXXXXX requires an assignment to a CO object'

Message no. KI235

Here XXXX is the same Stock variance G/L account which is determined correctly but why I am receiving this message, as this G/L account is assigned to CO object also.

Thanks for your help.

Ramesh

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2013 at 04:01 PM

    Sorry for locking this question initially, but I was mislead by the KI235 error, which was discussed that often.

    However In this case it is not the main issue, it is just an error because of a different fact.

    You must not use MB11 for difference postings related to WM.

    Please see OSS Note 337215 - Transaction MB11 can be executed - with MvT 711 - 718

    'MB11' is not officially released and must not be used for inventory differences

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