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Depreciation Posting

Hi,

This is the problem i am facing while executing the AFAB ( Depreciation run )-- it is giving " <i>The posting session created in the last posting run was not completely processed. The last posting run was in fiscal year 2003, period 012, current number 01. A new posting run is only possible once the posting session has been processed completely.</i>" ( This is coming when i am executing it in TEST mode. )

If i executed the AFAB in background processing it gives the following messeage

<i>" Please check possible error messages at the beginning and the end of the posting list."</i>--- Where do i see them ?

What are the possibel errors ?

I have the AF documents posted on 31.03.2004.

Regards

KM Naidu

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 09:20 AM

    Hi,

    - check if any dep run sessions for period 12/2003 are to be processed in SM35

    - or use AFAR for same parameters

    - check TABA table for last processing run details

    - depreciation error log can be found in the results of run or an icon on right hand side of toolbar

    Rgds.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 09:21 AM

    Hi,

    It is a case where the whole depreciation postings are not happened through the program, may be because of some system update issue. U can Restart the depreciation run in 2003 for 12th period.

    <b>If the program is terminated during a

    posting run for various reasons, then the program has to be started

    again in the restart mode to clear the data base of possible

    inconsistencies.</b>

    Thanks

    VK

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