Wrong Recovery Indicator in JV for manipulation rule 0002 (post cut back)

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Recovery Indicator
SAP JVA
SAP R/3
Hi all, I'm working with oil&gas co. on 4.0B system with JV implemented. I'm trying my luck in this forum in the hope somebody would response to my query correctly. I have configured CO/ Order settlement with manipulation rule as 0002 (post cut-back) and my Work Order is settled to WBS. With this design my recovery indicator looking via actual cost line items for projects, should be BI - billable but it IS NOT the case, it is NB - non billable. What is wrong with my set up or configuration?. However, with manipulation rule 0001 (pre-cut back) with different order type, the recovery indicator work fine i.e with BI. Appreciate any advice.
ASKED: June 2, 2008  9:32 AM
UPDATED: June 2, 2008  12:30 PM

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