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Unplanned depreciation error - Table inconsistency

Getting the following error when doing ABAA..unplanned deprication. Can anyone help please..this is kind of urgent


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Message no AA380


Inconsistenyc between the specifications for transaction type 650 and for the depreciation area in chart of account XX

Deprication area 32 is defined (in customizing) so that it is required to take over values from area 01. However, one of these areas cannot be poted to due to specifications in transaction type 650. This combination is not allowed.


In asses customizing, maintain the specification in transaction type 650 for the depreciation areas that can be posted using this transaction.



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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 12:36 AM

    The inconsistency is between the table entries in TABWA & T093A. Pl verify corresponding entries exist in TABWA for the Depriciation Areas defined in T093A.


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      In tcode OAXE be sure your depreciation area is not here. this excludes this transaction type from posting to this depreciation area.

      Also in OABU make sure your depreciation areas are checked that you want to post to.

      pls assign points if helpful as a way to say thanks.

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