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Wrong creation of legacy asset in AS91

Hi ALL,

I had create an asset using tcode AS91 and the system assigned main asset number 50000001 automatically to it. Later on, we discovered that we do not want this asset migrated to SAP. (Not yet post to asset reconciliation account in GL) Therefore, by using tcode:AS92 i remove the values for all fields in the 'Takeover values' screen.

The problem is since the main asset number 50000001 has been created in SAP and we would like to use it for normal asset creation. Is it possible for me to change it using AS02 and post value to it through F-90?

Please advise.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2007 at 03:59 AM

    well i guess if you want to use the same asset no. go to t-code AS02 and remove the cap date and save the asset record and use the asset no. 50000001 when posting value thru F-90. I think it should work.

    plz assign points if helpful.

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      What kind of impact are you concerned about? All you are doing is using the same asset no. which got migrated by mistake and you are changing all the fields from the wrong asset with the new asset values. So its pretty much ready to use it like a new asset. This way you can preserve your numbering sequence which starts from "xxxxx1". If you are not really concerned about it than i suggest you to delete that asset using t-code AS06 since it doesnt have any transactional values and carry on with numbering sequence starting with "xxxxx2".

      Either way is fine. Its your call !

      plz assign points if helpful.

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2007 at 04:24 AM

    Hi,

    I suggest delete the existing one (T.codeAS06) and create the new one.

    Regards,

    Murali

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