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Asset Depriciation

Hi All,

This is with reference to my posted question on Asset Depriciation few days back...

1. 01.01.2006 - to cutover date

2. prior to 01.01.2006

The system is taking the depreciation as at end of 31.12.2005 and calculating dep again for 01.01.2006 till date. Which mean there will be double depreciation.

i got a response for this question suggesting me to check ( Check Legacy data transfer) ..i checked the same and found that "Transfer Date" Take Over date is 26.06.2006....

I wanted to ask that...is this the correct date or do I have to give 31.12.2006..please advise

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2006 at 09:41 AM

    Hi

    I guess, the date is correct.. bu you need to cross check whether the country for which date is used and the logon user settings are same.

    You can contact SAP by raising an online Customer message using your S-USER ID.

    I hope i am clear.

    Thanks

    Atul

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2006 at 11:28 AM

    Hi,

    Assuming that your FY variant is K4 and you have taken accumulated depreciation as at 31.12.2005, your transfer date needs to be 31.12.2005.

    If you are transferring during a fiscal year, please mention the last posting period (t.code 'OAYC').

    In any case, system will calculate depreciation for the current FY only.

    Hope this is clear.

    Cheers.

    Dhananjai

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