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settlement of expenses to AUC through internal order

Hi all,

i want to settle the expenses posted in an internal order to an AUC which is provided in the settlement rule for the month of MAY 2011, but the following error is coming:

Execute amount settlement up to and including settlement period 001 2011 first

Message no. KD262


The sender has a distribution rule with an amount, which was last settled in settlement period 012 2010. After this, the amount was not settled until after settlement period 001 2011.

The amount for an amount rule should be settled in all settlement periods following the first settlement of the amount. This is only if the rule is valid (see the rule "valid to period") and the sender is is not a capital investment measure with line item settlement.


You have the following possibilities:

u2022 If the settlement periods from period 012 2010 to the end of settlment period 001 2011 have not yet been settled:

a) Settle the corresponding settlement periods

b) Then repeat settlement for the current settlement period.

u2022 Settlement for the settlement periods from period 012 2010 to the end of settlement period 001 2011 was not possible, because there were no costs on the sender:

o Restrict the time period for the amount rule ("valid to settlement period" = 012 2010).

If you do not want to restrict the time period for your amount rule and do not want to repeat settlement for the settlement periods from 012 2010 to the end of 001 2011, you can change this message from an error message to a warning. To do this, use the Adjust message control" (Application area "KD", message number "262") IMG activity.

o If you want to use an amount rule again to settle costs that were incurred in the current settlement period, or will incur in the future, create an additional amount rule with "valid to period" > 012 2010.

These rules are only used when costs are incurred again on the sender.

so can anybody help me out to solve this problem.



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