Me062 Account Assignment Maximum

Dear All,

We have prepay for equipment and trying to run these prepaid through the project. We need to post into this prepaid GL account.

We are unable to create an account assignment to PO to the Prepaid account and a WBS, we received the following message:

 GL account 108000 cannot be used (Please Correct). 

Message no. ME045



Comparison of the field selection strings from the G/L account 108000 and the account assignment category P reveals that there is an incompatible combination of field selections for the field selectiongroup 'Network'.


The G/L account field selection is stored in table T004F; that for the

account assignment is stored in table T162K.



Please enter a correct G/L account.


  • In TC OBC4 what status field for GL do I select to compare with TCode OME9 status field for Account Assignment Category?


Can you please let me know what to compare in Account assignment Category field and GL account to ensure that these are in sync with each other.


Thank you


view answer...


Did you 1st time creating a new PO for this system/client?

If no- check for earlier created purchase order- you have MM pricing procedure in it!

For 2nd issue

-to have MM pricing procedure in your PO with pricing element in term of condition type- you can check did schema group of vendor assigned to vendor master for which your care creating a new PO?

- are you using standard MM pricing procedure?

-as you are creating manual PO, check PBXX condition type available in your MM pricing procedure otherwise availability of PB00-in case automatic pricing.

For 1st issue

- check for which material type your material created for which you are creating your new PO. As you already checked OMS2

- again cross check the same material type and valuation area(plant*) combination with two updates indicators but are you creating PO with same plant* which is available in OMS2

-cross check again accounting -1 view available for material(MM03) for which you are creating new PO.


Biju K


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