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Depreciation calculate from year beginning NBV instead of previous period NBV during asset transfer

Dear Experts,

Issue : During asset transfer (old to new) SAP calculates depreciation from year beginning NBV instead of previous period NBV.

We are looking for SAP solution to calculate depreciation from previous period NBV based on remaining useful life.

The surprise here is I am facing this issue only in production environment, other instance are working fine.

SAP Setup :

  • Dep. Key : ZINR
  • Base method : 0011
  • Decl.-bal. method : 001 = 0.00x / 0.0000% / 0.0000%
  • Prd control method : 001 = 01/01/01/01
  • Multilev.meth. : 001 = 9999 / 999 / 12 / Base Value: 24 / Percentage: 0.0000 / Checked - Rem. lifeu2019 / Reduct: 0.0000

Please find the attachment of SAP setup.


Thanks in advance

Jammy

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  • Posted on Aug 15, 2016 at 05:48 AM

    Hi Jammy

    You can set a breakpoint at below coding and check how the basevalue is calculated out.

    Class: CL_FAA_EE
    Method: _BASEVAL_NETV_CALC

    Regards
    George


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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 09:06 AM

    Hi Jammy,

    While doing the Asset transfer, please mention the "Asset value date is Previous NBV Date or Very first acquisition date."

    Hope it will fix your issue.

    Thanks.

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