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Asset Classes Depreciation on Monthly & Quarterly Base at the same time .

Customer wants to depreciate some asset classes on a monthly base and the other classes on a quarterly bases in Transaction Code: AFAB

SAP System doesn’t allow to you to select assets in planned depreciation run, only allowed in repeat run

I have created one deprecation area 01 Book Depreciation and makes the posting rules on a monthly base.

They need to depreciate some asset classes on a quarterly base and the system doesn’t allow to make more than one depreciation area posts in real time

What can I do to solve this issue?

Are any way to depreciate some asset classes monthly & the other classes quarterly?

T.Code: AFAB

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2016 at 12:40 PM

    Hi Mostafa


    You will have to create a Custom Base Method and Create a Dep Key which uses the Custom base method

    Basically, in OAYR, you will have monthly depreciation rule. but the Custom Base method will calculate depreciation amounts only once in 3 months

    So, you will run depreciation monthly. But for some assets, depreciation will be posted monthly and for the assets having Custom Depreciation Method will post only quarterly


    Ajay M

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    • Hi Mostafa

      If you see the link below, the person faced the same issue. The solution was to calculate cumulative amounts each month

      Sample code has been provided in the same thread. please ask your ABAP to check that

      If you want to post depreciation in P1, P4 and P7 only - In P1, say you calculated 100 $ and posted it.. In P2 also, you must calculate 100 $ so that it does not post any thing (100 in P2 - 100 in P1)..With this, your depreciation wont be reversed in next month

      Ajay M

  • Posted on Jan 27, 2016 at 12:47 PM

    Refer this thread, where it was discussed recently

    Ajay M

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