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How to add new depreciation area number in AS02

Dear Experts,

Please suggest a solution for the below problem.

Recently we added a new depreciation are through configuration, after this the newly created depreciation number is visible when ever i am creating a new asset number in AS01 and the same is visible in AS02. But my problem is i want to display the same newly added depreciation area number in my Historical(OLD) data also,but it is not visible in my old data. i am trying with exist AIST0002, manually am adding the new depreciation number but it is not allowing me to save the entry saying inconsistency of data.

Please suggest me is there any other way to get the newly added depreciation number into my old data also.

is this possible through as02 using exits or enhancement.

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Prasannakumar

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 01:24 PM

    Did you execute transactions AFBN "Include New Depreciation Area" and OA02 "Substitution: Mass Changes to Assets" ?

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    Raymond

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 01:09 PM

    Hi

    Did you search for BAPI's...? BAPI_FIXEDASSET_CHANGE to update depreciation areas?

    Nabheet

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    • HI Nabheet,

      This Bapi is working only if the Depreciation area number is available, here my problem is the newly created depreciation area number is not available in AS02 for old asset numbers. so how can i get the newly created depreciation number for the existing asset number.

      Thanks,

      Prasannakumar

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