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Asset revaluation - not by "standard" way

Hi all,

I have a following problem. I created a new depreciation area that will be used for one time revaluation. Not to get into details why I will just say that I need to have in a new depreciation area a new value of an asset. So I have a new depr. area and using AB01 or ABSO I can post a new value on the asset in the new depr. area wihtout touching the 01 depr. area. But event though I have set up the integration with GL for this new area nothign is posted there. I know I need to use periodical posting so I tried using the transaction ASKB Periodic posting but it did not find any documents that need to be posted?? Why is that??

This is quite urgent for me so any help is very much appreciated.

Thank you,


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    Posted on Jan 26, 2007 at 05:22 PM


    Did you check the OADX settings. How the depreciation area is setup to be posted to GL accounts?



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      I tried but I don't see now any connection between that transaction and the transaction made on the asset? There is an amount in GL but it isn't connected to AA. I can not for example double click on the amount in the new depr. area that I posted with AB01 and receive an accounting document.

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