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Depreciation is not posted for some assets in the depreciation

Hi All,

The user has done the Depreciation Run (AFAB) for the last period of 2018 (March) in May i.e 2 months later and the depreciation run has posted a document despite the fact that it has not been able to pick up the Accu. Depreciation Account for some assets. And as a result, less depreciation is posted in the GL.

It has shown the above error in AFBP.

Also when I checked the Depreciation Run log in AFBP it shows, for a lot of assets that there is a deviation in planned dep and posted dep where the difference B/W planned and posted value is equal to the dep that has to be posted for the 12th period of 2018.

All the accounting determination ID's have the Accu. Depre. Accounts for Dep Area 01.

All the periods are open for 2018 and 2019.

Asset accounting year is open.

year-end closing is not done yet in FI or AA

I have also checked in the table TABA if the dep run needs a restart and it needs a restart according to the info in the table.

AFAR dep recalculation is also not picking up any assets.

And in AW01N asset explorer for an asset with error in AFBP the posted values tab the item for 12 th period turned green and says posted.

When I restart the dep run in AFAB in test run it is not picking up any assets. (one month after the dep run for the first time )

How can we get AFAB to pick up assets.

Any quick response is highly appreciated.

Thanking you,


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  • Posted on Jun 13, 2019 at 08:04 AM


    correct errors and run AFAB with A restart run for period with errors. it'll post missing


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