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Create Fixed Asset for Statistical Internal Order

Hi All,

We have a requirement to create fixed assets and auc for statistical internal order. This is the requirement for our implementation going on for S/4 HANA Simple Finance implementation. As a part of it all capex internal orders are created as statistical.

While this is not being possible in standard to create an asset from the statistical io and it is giving the following error:

In their existing system R/3 4.7 version they are doing it and they want the same functionality here also.

I am not sure whether it is possible in standard? Or is there an exiting enhancement in place to cater this.

Can anybody help me if you have worked on such a requirement before?

Regards,

Suman Misra

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  • Posted on Mar 30, 2016 at 08:35 AM

    Hi Suman

    First of all, I would urge you to promptly close your threads once they are resolved. This will help others to know how the issue was fixed. It does not cost anything, but helps others. How to close a discussion and why

    For your issue, there is no solution in Standard SAP. You will have to resort to using the Custom Enhancement. You can use BAPI_FIXEDASSET_CREATE in SFIN system

    A lot has changed technically between earlier SAP ERP and S4 HANA. So I cant comment why your existing custom enhancement is failing. You can debug the same to find out

    Regards

    Ajay M

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  • Posted on Mar 30, 2016 at 09:53 AM

    Hi Suman,

    A statistical order cannot be settled and that is the reason you cannot assign GL Accounts to this IO.

    Statistical orders are just for analysis purpose and it therefore you are not allowed to do any assignments. However, as Ajay mentioned you can use the above BAPI and have a discussion with your ABAP resource on this.

    Thanks

    Seema

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