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T.Code AIBU settlement AUC to Cost Booking not asset

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While doing T.code AIBU getting warning message and getting error

Kindly tell me the solutions.

Kind regards

Pranav kumar Gupta

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  • Posted on Feb 28, 2013 at 11:20 AM

    Hi,

    I might ask you to check the following points:

    1) Note: 301587 - Settlement to fixed asset: AA834 w/ down pymts w/

    2) Check if your asset class doens't allow to post down payments (belonging to
    transaction-type-group 16?

    So if you want to do so, you should allow it, by changing the asset class:

    Tr. OAYB

    CU: FI-AA

    -> Transactions

    -> Acquisitions

    -> Allow Down Payment Transaction Types in Asset Classes

    -> Mark transaction type group and press Specification of asset classes

    3) Is the asset a AUC? Downpayments should be posted only to AUC (asset

    under construction).

    4) Is the asset linked to a group asset? In this case check point 2 also for the group asset.

    Best regards Bernhard

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    • Dear sir,

      Thanks for quick reply...

      sir scenarios is last year i accquired aqusition as as AUC now managment decide to this year period ferburay 2013 to settlment as cost booked not to treat as Asset master.

      Kindly help me.

      your quick responsible is highly appreciated.

      kind regards

      Pranav Kumar Gupta

      SAP FICO Consultant

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