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Asset legacy data transfer

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our fiscal year is April to March.now we are uploading asset legacy data through As91 tcode.Asset transfer date is 30.10.2007.we are able to upload the asset values which are capatalised before 31.03.2007.but we are unable to upload what are the assets purchased in between 01.04.2007 to 30.10.2007. in as91 tcode take over tab page the cumulative accquis val and accumulated ordinary depreciation fields are not ready for input if the capitalization date between 01.04.2007 to 30.10.2007. please give the solution to resolve this issue.

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 07:48 AM

    Hi Nagaraj,

    we got same problem it is best practice to write two lsmws one is for assets capitalised upto 31.03.2007 and the other for capitalised from 01.04.2007 to 30.10.2007.

    the fields for acc.dep and dep will be available for input for assets capitalised till 31.03.2007. u can enter data while recording...

    but in the case of assets capitalised from 01042007 to 30102007. u can enter only current year depreciation posted upto 30102007 because there is no acc.dep for assets capitalised from 01042007 to 30102007. for specifying APC values you have to click on transactions in as91 and enter 100 give APC values ther for assets capitalised from 01042007 to 30102007.

    you hve to specify data specification for depreciation area if the asset data transfer in the middle of fiscal year.

    regards...

    Pranav....

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      Hi Pranav,

      i uploaded one asset which is capatalised on 10.04.2007.my total year dep is Rs528/-(per mpnth 44/- SLM).i put the ord dep posted in as91 tcodeRs308/-(up to 30.10.2007).it is not allowing to run dep of 8 th period.if i run dep of 1 st period it is generating accounting entry. Acc depreciation A/c Dr Rs264/-

      Depreciation A/c Cr Rs 264/-

      it is caluculating 1 st period depreciation(Rs44/-). but my legacy transfer date is 30.10.2007.it has to take dep on 8 th period on wards. could u help me in this matter. is there any configaration could u give me detail path. it is very urgent.

      regards,

      Nagaraju

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 06:14 AM

    Hi,

    You cannot upload assets purchased from 01.04.2007 to 30.10.2007 using AS91(as AS91 pertains to Legacy data upload). I have faced this problem earlier. I have uploaded the transaction from 01.04.2007 to 30.10.2007 by using 2 LSMWS. One for creation of Asset master (T.code-AS01) and another for upload of transaction figures to the asset master (T.code - F-02).

    Cheers

    V.Krishnan

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 10:42 AM

    Hi

    For current year data upload like April07 to Oct07 we have to use T-code Abzon. This for current year capitalization.

    Thanks

    Colin

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 04:08 PM

    HI

    You are asking to pranav regading posting of depreciation run.

    what is the date on which asset module is set to production in IMG. Is it 01.04.2007 or 01.11.2007.

    please clarify this will decide about depn posting.

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    thanks

    S AP

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