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Message no. GA770

Hello Gurus,

Sender 0   4000000    PRAS PRAS will not be credited 100%.

Message no. GA770


You have defined the sender 0   4000000    PRAS PRAS  in your cycle. However, this sender is not credited to 100% but to 300.00%.

System Response

The reaction of the system to this incomplete sender crediting depends on the sender credit percentage 300.00:

  • If the sender is credited less than 100%, this message is only a user information since this incomplete credit may have been required. If this incomplete credit is not required, you can use the complex search function to determine all segments, in which this sender is defined. Then change the sender percentages of the individual segments so that a total of 100% is reached.
  • However, if the sender is credited to more than 100% according to the cycle definition, this message must be regarded as an error message since this would cause a error in the process run of the cycle.


The sender is possibly being used in several segments. Therefore, use the search function in cycle maintenance and search for this sender. You then receive a list of segments, in which this senders occur. Check the entry of sender percentages in these segments.


The check for 100% sender crediting is only carried out for segments with the "posted values/quantities" sender rule.

Please help me,

Thanks in advance

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi Prasad,

Error message is self explanatory.

Which Tcode you are using??

I think you are creating a assessment cycle, in that you have created multiple segment for assessment. and you have assigned cost center 400000 as sender in more then one segment.

You have two solution now.

1. Delete cost center from unnecessary segments

2. Define cost center sending % in multiple segment in such way so that total % will not be more then 100%

Because you can't send more then 100% amount.


Ankit K. Agarwal

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