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How to check if post capitalisation block was ticked when using AS01

Apr 21 at 11:52 AM

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Our company does many "late" capitalisations, especially in the beginning of a new financial year.

This requires that the post capitalisation block is ticked before creating the asset shell with AS01.

Sometimes users forget to tick the post capitalization tickbox in as01 when creating the asset shell. When doing ABNAN the depreciation calculation is incorrect. How can I see which asset shells were created without using the post capitalization tick

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Attila Szakolczai Apr 21 at 01:00 PM
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As far as I know there's no explicit, saved place where you can check if the asset was created with that option. If you create an asset with the flag, ANLC records are automatically created without values and the asset is visible in standard lists (like AR01). You may look at the empty assets list report, transaction is: S_ALR_87012056 (Directory of Unposted Assets)

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SAP_ EZ May 04 at 04:05 AM
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Thinking out loud, is there a transaction type (3-digit number) that is unique to post-cap depreciation versus ordinary? If so perhaps a g/l activity report that allows trx type as a parameter can be used to show both? Look for those with ordinary t-type but no post-cap t-type also. Not sure about this though. On the roll forward reports can the t-types be specified for each column of significant transactions?

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