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Report for Intercompany Asset Transfers

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Is there a report that shows Intercompany Asset Transfers?

We have tried S_ALR_87012054 and S_ALR_87012055 but that is for Intracompany and didn't work for our needs.

I have searched for this issue and most submissions were several years old and the answers were either incorrect, incomplete, or incoherent.

Hopefully, something has changed in the last several years.

I am currently attempting to modify program RAGITT_ALV01 with varying degrees of success.

This is used in the following tcodes:

AR02

S_ALR_87011990

S_ALR_87011991

S_ALR_87011996

S_ALR_87011997

S_ALR_87011998

S_ALR_87011999

Many thanks,

Chris

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    Feb 25, 2014 at 01:10 PM

    Hi Chris,

    Did you try developing simple query using logical database ADA. ADA has most of the asset master and transaction tables and for sure TTY should be available to be used in the selection screen.

    Regards,

    Sridevi

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    • You can develop a query and assign a transaction code against it. It will then be easy for the user to access it. I understand that most of the clients do not prefer to use query. If SQ01/02/03 are given, there is a chance that long running queries may be executed, without knowing about its implications.

  • Feb 25, 2014 at 01:52 PM

    I've always spec'd out a custom ABAP report for asset transactions for a number of reasons, one of which is for better transfer reporting. The other reports are quite good and are used frequently, but I think it's OK to write a custom one for the transaction reports.

    -nathan

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      Hi Nathan,

      I think I'll continue to work on a custom solution until I hear otherwise. They want to add 3 new fields and I think I found two that will work from the ANEPV structure. Trying to add column headings is proving to be rather difficult though.

      Thanks for your response,

      Chris

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    Feb 27, 2014 at 10:54 PM

    I found this WIKI page to be helpful.

    http://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPFI/Include+own+fields+in+FI-AA+standard+ALV

    It talks about the custom structures in some of the SAP reports to which you can add fields.

    The fields have to be in the tables contained in the logical database and there has to be a

    MOVE-CORRESPONDING statement in the report to move the table data to the internal table (probably called itab_data).


    I think the data I need is in BSEG so I still haven't found a connection. ANEP-BELNR doesn't seem to match BSEG-BELNR so I wasn't able to make a connection that way. I've opened an OSS message to try and get some more info.

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    • Former Member

      Hello Chris,

      Just have same issue by accident.

      I make query using BSEG. This is one aspect for doing reporting for auditors.

      Example in receiving bukrs: all data available in my eyes.

      bukrs

      belnr

      gjahr,

      anln1,

      vorgn,

      sgtxt

      ......

      all the best Erwin

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    Mar 20, 2014 at 07:17 PM

    I opened an OSS message and this was the reply:

    S_ALR_87011990 asset history report intercompany

    which is the same as RAGITT_ALV01.

    which you can customize according to your requirements:

    Report RAGITT01 is for setting up an asset history sheet according to

    country-specific legal requirements and for creating other reports

    (which can be freely defined in Asset Customizing) regarding asset

    transactions. The most important parameter when starting the report is

    the asset history sheet version. The asset history sheet version

    determines the form and content of the report.

    The asset history sheet is the most important and most comprehensive

    report for the year-end closing or for an interim financial statement.

    As with all other lists, it can be set up with any sort versions, and

    total on any group level. You can also create a compact totals list

    without individual asset information.

    When you call the asset history sheet, the system checks whether the

    definition of the history sheet version is complete. The history sheet

    version is complete when all value categories (asset balances, value

    adjustments, depreciation, and so on) have been assigned to a cell in

    the history sheet version. If the history sheet version you are using

    is not complete, you should check the Customizing definition of the

    history sheet version and of the transaction types that belong to it.

    Note

    The system determines whether the history sheet version is complete

    based on Customizing definitions (especially the defined transaction

    types). Therefore it is possible that even standard history sheet

    versions supplied by SAP can be incomplete by this definition.

    Output

    You can freely define line and column structure in the asset history

    sheet (for more information, see the Implementation Guide). SAP

    delivers country-specific versions of the asset history sheet, which

    satisfy the legal requirements of the given country (for example, the

    4th EC directive). Additional history sheet versions are also

    available (for example, for displaying the development of reserves for

    special depreciation).

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