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Re: Controlling

Hi Friends,

Can any one send me the Step by step Consfiguration of Controlling?

1. controlling

2. Asset Accounting

3. Treasury

Regards,

vivek

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 03:05 AM

    Hi,

    For asset accounting, u can see the reply given by me -

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    For Depreciation key config -

    <b>Depreciation Key:</b>

    Helps in identifying the method and rate of depreciation

    <b>Define Base Methods</b>

    Transaction Code SPRO

    IMG Menu Path Financial Accounting - Asset Accounting - Depreciation - Valuation Methods - Depreciation Key - Calculation Methods - Define Base Methods

    Predefined in SAP: 0014

    <b>Define Declining balance Method</b>

    Transaction Code SPRO

    IMG Menu Path Financial Accounting - Asset Accounting - Depreciation - Valuation Methods - Depreciation Key - Calculation Methods - Define Declining balance Method

    Predefined in SAP: 001

    <b>Define Multi-Level Methods</b>

    You define multi-level methods and then assign them to depreciation keys. Each level represents a validity period for a given percentage rate.

    Transaction Code AFAMS

    IMG Menu Path Financial Accounting - Asset Accounting - Depreciation - Valuation Methods - Depreciation Key - Calculation Methods- Define Multi-Level Methods

    <i>Sample Configuration:</i>

    1. Click new entries

    2. Give Multilevel method: Any text & Description

    3. Validity Start: 2: From Ord. depn start date

    Double Click on 'Levels' folder

    1. Click New Entries

    2. Mention Acquistion year, year of usage, period per year

    3. Base Value: If WDV: 24(Net book value); If SLM: 01(Actual Cost)

    4. Mention the percent of depreciation

    5. Save

    <b>Maintain Period Control Methods</b>

    The system determines the start or end of depreciation based on the asset value date of a transaction (of the acquisition or retirement) using the period control methods.You define period control and assign them to depreciation keys.

    Transaction Code AFAMP

    IMG Menu Path Financial Accounting - Asset Accounting - Depreciation - Valuation Methods - Depreciation Key - Calculation Methods- Maintain Period Control Methods

    <i>Sample configuration</i>

    1. Click New Entries

    2. Follow the sequence and put the number

    3. Give description

    4. Acquistion: 01: Pro rata at period start ate

    5: Addition, Return & Transfer: 01

    <b>Maintain Depreciation Key</b>

    Transaction Code AFAMA

    IMG Menu Path Financial Accounting - Asset Accounting - Depreciation - Valuation Methods - Depreciation Key - Maintain Depreciation Key

    <i>Sample Configuration:</i>

    1. click 'New Entries'

    2. Any text for depreciation key

    3. Check Period control accounting to fiscal year

    Double click 'Assignment of Calculation methods'

    1. New entries

    2. Depn Type: Ordinary

    3. Phase: 1: From start of depn

    4. Base Method: 0014; Declining Balance Method: 001 [Predefined]

    5. Period Control Method: [As maintained in Tcode AFAMP]

    6. Multi level method: [As maintained in Tcode AFAMS] - Correspondign method for WDV/SLM should be specified

    7. Class: WDV: 2 - Declining balance; SLM: 1: Straight line

    8. Save

    9. Go back, select ur depn key and activate

    10. Save again

    Regards,

    Sridevi

    <i>* Pls. assign points, if useful</i>

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