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Balance carryforward for year 2016 and cmpny code 1000 not yet executed Message No. FAGL_GBIW020

Hi,

I am using Sfin and going upload legacy asset.

Procedure :

AS91 - All legacy asset master defined.

ABLDT - Accumulated Acquisition value and Ord. Dep value defined

Now I am going to save transaction then system has giving me error as

Balance carryforward for year 2016 and cmpny code 1000 not yet executed

Message No. FAGL_GBIW020

Note my cutover date is - 31.03.2016.

Please update me after 1 week go live is due...

Regards,

Rajesh

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2016 at 01:19 PM

    I got solution:-

    SPRO > Financial Accounting > Asset Accounting > Asset Data Transfer > Parameters for Data Transfer > Define Document Type for Legacy Data Transfer

    Define Document Type here and assign no. ranges for 2015 year .

    Thanks to all

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  • Posted on May 30, 2016 at 09:32 AM

    Now I have executed with year 2016 in tcode . FAGLGVTR thereafter getting message "

    No document number found for entry view for document type

    Message No. FAGL_POST_SERVICE001"

    Regards,

    Rajesh

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 12:13 PM

    Hello Rajesh Kumar Soni,

    How did you solve your original problem:

    Balance carryforward for year 2016 and cmpny code 1000 not yet executed

    Message No. FAGL_GBIW020

    The solution that is provided here is for the document number.

    We happen to have encountered the same issue using the bapi for asset upload.

    Thanks.

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