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Ord Dep amount increased in AS91

Dear AA experts,

The client increased the Ord dep amount from 60000 to 100000. So I am trying to add extra amount in AS92. But it is in display mode only.

So how can I add extra amount in AS92.

I will assgn points for ur help

VR

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 04:23 PM

    Is this after the legacy data takeover? Ordinary depreciation is the amount that was posted during the fiscal year for a mid year takeover. Why is that changing? If you are not doing a mid year takeover, ordinary depreciation will be grayed out. You should only be putting something in the accumulated depreciation column.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 07:05 PM

    Hi,

    I assume the scenario is for Mid Year conversions.

    In AS91, Ord Dep field which is ur CY depreciation grays out once you save asset master record provided Depreciation has been executed.

    If no depreciation run has taken place in CY, then that field would be open for input.

    The only way you could change the CY depreciation is to post a manual adjustments like unplanned / Manual depreciations.

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      Legacy Data transfer can happen either at year end, during the mid year. You bring the assets over via AS91.

      If you have an end of year takeover, you enter the depreciation posted in the legacy system as "accumulated depreciation."

      If you had a mid year takeover, you enter the depreciation posted in the legacy system as of the end of the last fiscal year as "accumulated depreciation." Any depreciation posted in the current fiscal year in the legacy system up to the time of takeover is entered as "ordinary depreciation."

      These are two completely different scenarios.

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