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2 Ledgers Asset Accounting with 2 fiscal year Diffrerent

We have two ledgers, the principal Ledger 0L, Fiscal Year assign K4 Jan to Dec, Second Ledeger While Non Leading Ledger: G4, Fiscal Year Assign Dec to Nov,

When we try to Assign Chart of Depreciation to Company Code show us this fatal message:

Fiscal year variants in company code BRO0 have differing start dates

Message no. ACC_AA099

Diagnosis

Accounting principle and accounting principle are assigned to at least one depreciation area in chart of depreciation BRO0.

The first day of the fiscal year variant of the representative ledger of ledger group in company code BRO0 differs from the first day of the fiscal year variant of the representative ledger of ledger group .

However, both fiscal year variants must have the same start and end date. Only the periods within the fiscal year can be different in the two variants.

Procedure

Assign accounting principles that have fiscal year variants with the same start and end date to the depreciation areas.

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VERSION S/4HANA 18.09

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2019 at 09:04 PM

    Solution

    SAP Note 2220152 y 844029

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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2019 at 03:23 AM

    You have to follow Ledger Group Concept if you have different Fiscal Years in FI and map them in AA.

    Please go through the below SAP Note for solution and implement it.

    2220152 - Ledger approach and Asset Accounting (new): Alternative fiscal year variant for parallel valuation

    Thanks,

    NSK

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