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FI AA - CJ88 Moviment Type Acquisitions

Hello guys,

I have a question to set up a kind of movement (FI AA) that limit in just one depreciation area of an asset under construction (Asset classes specify) by CJ88 transaction, I will call "XXX".

Create the type of movement (XXX) and limit the area ok, the problem is that I already have one type of movement "YYY" set to value proposed in CJ88 transaction and can not change it.

Has anyone experienced this?

Thank you all.

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2016 at 09:12 AM

    Hello Bruno,

    Do not use transaction types that are limited to certain depreciation areas for settlement. This is not supported and can cause problems for settlement.

    The correct way to exclude depreciation areas during settlement on AuC is to use a "capitalization key".

    Also see note 134392 - Settlement: Limit transaction types to depreciation areas

    Best regards, Michael

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      Michael thanks for the reply,

      I tried using the incorporation of key but could not.

      Follow the scenario today:

      CJ88 with $ 200 worth when executed performs:

      Area Asset Value Movement Type

      9xxxxxxx 01 200 116

      9xxxxxxx 40 200 116

      9xxxxxxx 50 200 116

      9xxxxxxx 99 200 116

      My objective is :

      Area Asset Value Movement Type

      9xxxxxxx 01 0 116

      9xxxxxxx 40 0 116

      9xxxxxxx 50 0 116

      9xxxxxxx 99 0 116

      OIB5 Area Cap. Vers.

      99 Z01

      OKGK

      Cap.key Cap.ver. Cost Elem. Valid-from per. ReqCapCO%

      Z99 Z01 ++++++++++ 7/2016 100

      We just have this way?

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