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Depreciation Posting

I have to do a depreciation run....but when i m trying to run the depreciation run it is giving me an error as "no documents created in this run" as far as my thinking goes this has to do something with depreciation posting..... but i dont know how to do depreciation will be kind if anyone let me know as how to do the same...plz it wud be wise if anyone could give me the steps for doing the same....plz dont give me link of sap help..i have already gone through the same.

This would be of great help to my client is sitting on my head...plz guyz help me.

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    Posted on Sep 25, 2006 at 04:56 AM

    Hi ,

    To do depreciation posting, follow the steps.

    1. Select your company code

    2. Select the period you want to post.

    3. Select the type (i.e Planned, restart,unplanned etc.)

    4. Select the test run and execute.

    5. In the next screen you can find the details , if the run is successful, you can come out and remove the test check box and execute the depreciaton run in background posting.

    refer to point no.3. if it is planned run , as per your posting rule , you need to run monthly, quarterly or annually.

    if it is unplanned run, system calculates from the last posting run to the selected posting run period.

    if it is restart, in any case the depreciation run is stopped you can do the restart process.

    If it is helpful, please assign points as way of thanks.


    D.K.Lakshmi Narayana

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