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Asset Retirement Not Possible

Dear,

We have uploded legacy data in our Production server.. after that we have to sale one of them asset .

I am using T.code :- F-92 .. but i couldn't sale that and system gives me error

Posting with trans.type 210 not possible (No acquisition posted)

Message no. AA324

Diagnosis

Transaction type 210 belongs to a transaction type group, which can only be used to post to assets to which posting has already been performed. However, no postings have been made to this asset.

Procedure

Use a transaction type from a transaction type group, which can be used for the first acquisition to an asset.

Can anyone Help on this topic

Regards,

Kaushal Shah

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2007 at 12:07 PM

    1) check your asset with asset explorer (tcode AW01N)

    are there APC and depr.?

    2) if yes, use tcode abav or abavn

    A.

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    Andreas Mann

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      Dear A,

      i want your help because i am totally confused in our company there is group asset funda. so we have created group asset through AS82 but when i am click on takeover value then that field comes in grayed mode. so do u have any idea of this ... because of that i can't sale the asset.

      Regards,

      Kaushal Shah

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    Posted on Oct 31, 2007 at 06:30 AM

    Hi,

    Check AO74 for transaction type 210, otherwise you can create the same (transaction type group is 20).

    Check OAXB for limitation to your COD & depreciation area.

    Regards,

    Murali

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    Posted on Oct 31, 2007 at 09:30 AM

    Hello Kaushal... just go through...

    If you closed a fiscal year too soon, and still need to make corrections, you can reset the last closed fiscal year in Customizing for :-

    Asset Accounting (Periodic processing -> Year-end closing -> Reverse).

    Using this function, you can re-open the last closed fiscal year, either for selected depreciation areas in a company code, or for all depreciation areas in a company code. You do this by changing the field for the last closed fiscal year.

    Be careful if you re-open a fiscal year only for certain depreciation areas, and you need to make adjustment postings only in these areas. You cannot use the standard transaction types for these postings, since the standard transaction types post to all depreciation areas. Instead, you have to define your own transaction types in Customizing for Asset Accounting (Transactions), limiting them to the required depreciation areas.

    OAAQ - Reverse year-end closing for deprciation area

    At the desired company code, change the fiscal year in 'Closed fiscal year' column.

    Save entries and create a new request.

    Change Asset fiscal year

    AJRW - Asset fiscal year change

    Company code : Your Company code

    New fiscal year : Last closed fiscal year

    Uncheck 'Test run' if this is a production run

    At menu bar, click Program -> Execute in background.

    is this information useful to u , give me poits...

    Dasharathi

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 05:08 AM

    Configuration pending

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