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Year close AJAB issue

Hi all, we are facing a bad issue with fixed assets. today we was opening year for fixed assets with AJRW and we got an error becouse 2012 year was not closed. when trying to close 2012 with AJAB transaction we got an error in one element that didn't allow to close year.

i have made a search for the problem and i have discovered that there is a problem with that element.

1.- the element has only 1 invoice posted in 2012, the first month for depreciation was December.

2.- the depreciation was posted ok in dicember 2012

3.- the day after depreciation was posted the element was cancel with FB08 and the depreciation was not canceled.

4.- 2012 was closed in financial and noone saw the error.

5.- Now when i want to launch AJAB i see that SAP is waiting for the depreciation to be corrected because we have a element with depreciation and zero value.

6.- now i want to correct this issue but i can not open 2012 in financial , we can not change 2012 year and all the corrections must be done in 2013.

now my question is. how can i cancel this "planned" and not executed depreciation in 2012 without posting in financial in 2012?

I know that the way would be open 2012, re-run depreciation and manually revert the posting for not change account balances and revert this post in 2013.

and then close 2012.

but, i cannot make posting in 2012, it has been audited and making post in 2012 is not possible at all.

some one can help me?

thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 04:52 AM

    Hi Enrique,

    If I am understanding your issue correctly then to resolve this you can post a negative unplanned depreciation for same amount. Use ABMA which won't impact accounting at all.

    Or what you can do is assign a new dep key zero to delete dep run and after the FY is close reassign desired dep key to that particular asset. I hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Neeru

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 12:56 PM

    Hi,

    According to me the option I can see for this issue is that the posting in repeat run to be done for 12th period of 2012 Fiscal Year as unless the same is posted, the FIscal Year for Asset 2012 won't be closed. So in this case you can do posting in special posting period of 2012 and only authorise a single user ID for this and after posting the depreciation you can post another depreciation entry of unplanned Depreciation through ABAA of same amount of which the posting was done. By this the books of accounts wont get affected and then in current year you can post the unplanned depreciation of the amount of which the depreciation is actually posted for a single day.

    Regards,

    Malhar.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 11:13 AM

    thanks both answers. we follow the suggestion by Neeru and worked like a charm.

    we was be able to close 2012 and the system "planed" the excess of depreciation for posing in 2013. then we re-run AFAB for this fixed asset in period 12 -2013 and all is fine now, and we didn't have to open 2012.

    regards and thanks.

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