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4-4-5-Error-Financial year variant periods K5 are not in increasing order

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Hi,

As per the client requirement I have to configure the Posting Periods in the Calender Year

Month Posting Period Days in the period From To

January 1 31 1 1-Jan-09 31-Jan-09

February 2 28 2 1-Feb-09 28-Feb-09

March 3 35 3 1-Mar-09 4-Apr-09

April 4 28 4 5-Apr-09 2-May-09

May 5 28 5 3-May-09 30-May-09

June 6 35 6 31-May-09 4-Jul-09

July 7 28 7 5-Jul-09 1-Aug-09

August 8 28 8 2-Aug-09 29-Aug-09

Septem 9 35 9 30-Aug-09 3-Oct-09

October 10 28 10 4-Oct-09 31-Oct-09

Novem 11 28 11 1-Nov-09 28-Nov-09

Decemb 12 33 12 29-Nov-09 31-Dec-09

As per this requirement I have configured the following

1. Copied F/Y variant K4 to K5

2. Made the following settings

month Days Period

1 31 1

2 28 2

3 31 3

4 4 3

4 30 4

5 2 4

5 30 5

5 31 6

6 30 6

7 4 6

7 31 7

8 1 7

8 29 8

8 31 9

9 30 9

10 3 9

10 31 10

11 28 11

11 30 12

12 31 12

When I save this setting the following error is given

Financial year variant periods K5 are not in increasing order

Message no. FGV555

Diagnosis

The posting periods are not in ascending order.

Procedure

Specify the posting periods with the calendar year in ascending order

Request you to please let me know if there is a solution.

Regards,

Ambuj

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former_member581688
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Ambuj,

In your settings for fiscal year variant K5, you do not need the following entries:

3 31 3

4 30 4

5 31 6

6 30 6

7 31 7

8 31 9

9 30 9

10 31 10

11 30 12

Please try removing these entries and see if that resolves the error.

You only need to account for the last day of the calendar year (12/31/xxxx). You do not need to account for the last day of every calendar month. As a result, you do not need entries for the last days of January - November, unless the last day of the month is also the last day of the period, as is the case for your periods 1 and 2. That is why the entries for the entries for 1/31 and 2/28 are OK, but the other calendar month end entries should be removed.

Regards,

Shannon