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Delta Deprecation in Assets

Hello Asset Experts,

I am planning to use Delta Depreciation functionality and ASKBN - Periodic APC Posting Run in the Asset module, whether both functionality should I use or either one?

As per my understanding ASKBN - Periodic APC Posting Run can be used for posting into non leading ledger for any adjustments for regular transactions where we don't want use delta depreciation.

Can any body tell me my above assumption is correct ? because I tested with fully retirement with out customer automatically posted into non leader with out run ASKBN - Periodic APC Posting Run.

Appreciate your favorable reply earliest.

Thanks,

KBR.

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    Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 02:41 PM

    Yes your assumption is right. You can use periodic posting to post differences in Non Leading ledger.

    I suggest you to use the Wizard to create the Delta deprecation areas, it takes care of major errors.

    Regards

    Rahman

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    Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 11:22 AM

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