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Account GOLD-100200 not allowed to be defined as reconciliation account Message no. AC309 Diagnosis Account 100200 is defined as a reconciliation account for fixed assets for chart of accounts GOLD and account determination 11000. This is not correct in the circumstances (Accumulated depreciation account for ordinary depr). Keep in mind that the Customizing definition of the given depreciation area also influences the consistency check of the G/L accounts. This is particularly true for the posting settings in the depreciation area, if the accounts are value adjustment (depreciation) accounts. Procedure Change the account definition, or assign a different account. ERROR MESSAGE “Account INT-160600 not allowed to be defined as reconciliation account” . Message No.: AC309 ANALYSIS The above error message occured when saving the configuration changes in “Acquisition from affiliated company” through config transaction AO90. Here’s the configuration path that prompted the error: Path: IMG → Financial Accounting → Asset Accounting → Integration with the General Ledger → Assign G/L Accounts. Transaction Code: AO90 G/L account 160600 is entered in the highlighted “Acquisition from affiliated company” field. Upon saving the configuration change, the above error messageprompted. Do note that g/l account 160600 has been defined as reconciliation account type for asset. Here’s how it is set- up. SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS Account 160600 is defined as a reconciliation account for fixed assets for chart of accounts BPPH and account determination 1000. This is not correct in the circumstances (Clearing acct: Acquisition from affiliated company). Keep in mind that the Customizing defination of the given depreciation area also influences the consistency check of the G/L accounts. This is particularly true for the posting settings in the depreciation area, if the accounts are value adjustment (depreciation) accounts. SOLUTION & PROCEDURE If the g/l account entered is correct change the settings of g/l account 160600. Do not set it as reconciliation account, just leave the reconciliation account type blank. Otherwise, create a new g/l account that will be used as intercompany transfer clearing account. The new g/l account should not be set as reconciliation account. You must be logged in to post a comment. • F Asset accounting account determination natandycanada asked Sep 3, 2009 | Replies (5) Hello I am building the asset accounting account determination. When i enter the GL account for Account determination i get the message: reconciliation account is not allowed!!! (. SAP message AC309 )has anyone come across this message? I checked the depreciation area definition and all should be good. I am on ECC6. Thank you Join this group Popular White Paper On This Topic • 2011 ERP (Enterprise Resources Planning) Comparison Guide 5 Replies 1 Anuj Purwar replied Sep 4, 2009 Hi, Assign a P&L account for depreciation posting. Thanks. _____ 1 natandycanada replied Sep 4, 2009 I do have a P&L account Andy Maoulaoui 0 Ron Roberts replied Sep 4, 2009 Help us ouot with a little more detail. What G/L account are you trying top assign? Depreciation expense? Asset account? Accumulated depreciation account? Gain/loss on disposal P&L account? Other? 1 natandycanada replied Sep 5, 2009 I am assigning an accumulated depreciation account. this account is naturally a reconciliation account. all other accounts can be entered without any error. When i enter the accum depreciation account in depr area 01 (post to legder 0L) the system give the message that reconciliation account is not allowed. when i enter the accum dep account in dep area 02 ( posting to non leading ledger) i dont get the error. Andy Maoulaoui White Papers and Webcasts Popular • The Evolution of ERP and What it Means for Business Related • Gain IT asset visibility, control and automation • SMB Accounting SaaS Comparison Guide • Shifting the B2B Marketing Paradigm from Contacts to People: ... More White Papers 0 Gearoid Pierse replied Dec 4, 2009 Hi everyone - I am getting the same problem when putting in an accumumated depreciation account in the customizing for depreciation area 01, I get *** (message AC309 "Account 1100250 is defined as a reconciliation account for fixed assets for chart of accounts OPER and account determination AD400. This is not correct in the circumstances (Accumulated depreciation account for ordinary depr).Keep in mind that the Customizing definition of the given depreciation area also influences the consistency check of the G/L accounts. This is particularly true for the posting settings in the depreciation area, if the accounts are value adjustment (depreciation) accounts. *** However, I can assign my accumulated depreciation account 1100250 (which has the recon account "A" (assets) setting no problem for depreciation area 20. If I take away the recon account setting in the G/L account I get a different error message

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