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How to settle WBS-->AUC -->Final Asset

Hi Experts,

kindly, I need to know the steps needed in order to settle the cost in WBS to AUC to final Assets,

In CJ88 which "Processing Type" we should use and what are the difference between them?

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 06:41 AM


    According to me just like when Internal Order is settled to AUC through T-Code KO88, WBS element gets settled to AUC through CJ88. In WBS Element the Settlement Ruel needs to be maintained and then the same needs to be settled periodically. Then from AUC to Fixed Asset you need to execute T-Code 'AIAB' & 'AIBU'.

    Generally the processign type is kept as Automatic but if in your client only one WBS element is created for a fiscal year, then in such case the settlement needs to be done periodically. Similarly if only partial value is to be capitalised then such processing type is to be used.



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      The WBS>AUC>Final Asset complete process can all be done via project settlement (CJ88). The AUC is created from Project Builder. The way we did (settlement to Final Asset) was to create a final asset separately thru AA and maintain the settlement rule to final asset in the first distribution rule (before first month settlement to AUC). When you are ready to settle to final asset you change WBS system status to TECO, then the values from AUC automatically flows into final asset thru CJ88. I have done this quite some time back (2006 & 2008). I need to check my notes, but I am sure this is how it works with Capital Projects.



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