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Reduce Asset Aquisition value

Hi experts;

I have a task to reduce the Asset Acquisition Value.

I think that should be done as Write-Up
ABZU

So, please advice am I right or there is something else to do and what is the difference between ABZU ABCO (I found it on other thread but on system I saw no difference between them)

Point # 2:

at the time of execution for ABZU (if it is the right t-code to be used for such task) I receive an error "You cannot post write-ups" Message no. AA402

Diagnose:

None of the areas to be posted in accordance with the transaction type entered manages one of the depreciation types entered or cumulative values.

Procedure:

Check the transaction type.

kindly advice

Thanks in advance;

Best regards;

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 02:45 AM

    Hello Mahmud,

    The correct T code for reducing asset value is ABGL-If it is in Invoice year and

    ABGF if it is in following year.

    Hope it solves.

    Regards,

    G.Sethuraman

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 12:14 PM

    You have set all depreciation areas to only negative posting permitted.

    Regards,

    Rohit

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 04:26 PM

    Hi,

    According to me, Asset Write up (T-Code :ABZU) will only increase the value of asset but for decreasing the value of asset, you need to create new transaction type and also select the box for negative postings allowed box in each asst for which the posting are to be made. Other option is you can post an unplanned depreciation for suc assets using T-Code 'ABAA' by that also the Asset value will get reduced.

    Regards,

    Malhar.

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