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The purpose of this document to set deactivate (Availability Control) AVAC for WBS element using User Status.

Step 1: Create User Status (BS02)

Create User Status and setup deactivate AVAC business transaction

Double click on DEAV status to set the Business transaction

Save the User Status

Step 2: Assign User Status to Project Profile (OPSA)

SPRO - Project System - Structures - Operative Structures - Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) - Create Project Profile

Assign the User Status Profile to Project Profile in the Control Tab

Step 3: Maintain Budget Profile (OPS9)

SPRO - Project System - Costs - Budget - Maintain Budget Profiles

This is a sample Budget Profile setup, our scenario should work for all combinations

Step 4: Assign Budget Profile to Project Profile

SPRO - Project System - Costs - Budget - Stipulate Default Budget Profile for Project Definition

Step 5: Project Creation

Project is Created, AVAC is activated for WBS element C-000034-01-01 and deactivated for WBS element C-000034-01-02

AVAC was not activated yet.

Step 6 : Budgeting

On allocating the Budget (1000 USD), AVAC status got activated automatically for all WBS element, irrespective of User status.

User status for C-000034-01-02 is set as DEAV

To deactivate AVAC functionality, you need to have some budget in the WBS element.

Step 7: Validating AVAC Setup

Case 1: Adding commitment to WBS element with AVAC activated

On saving the Project

Checking the detailed information by Extras - Logs - Cost Calculation

Case 2: Adding commitment to WBS element with AVAC deactivated

On Save, Project will be saved successfully.

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