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Asset Depreciation - In test Run Value got posted

Hi All ,

1. I did the test run in 'AFAB' . SAP throwed the error becasue of some problem in Cost Center.

2. So i fixed that bug and tried again .

3. But when i see the Asset Explorer for that asset '1234', Asset value of the Error Doc got posted in 'Test Run'. How can i able to reverse back that asset value which got posted.

I want to know, why it got posted eventhough i selected the " Test Run ".

I want to reverse back that posted value . (onlyError Doc got posted). Or I want to do the depreciation without this asset number '1234'. How can i block that asset number for not to perform the depreciation.

Kindly advice Pls.



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vivek mohan

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:24 AM

    Hi Vivek,

    In my experience,

    - If you selected "Test Run" then it should be not posted value. So I think there was an accident.

    - You cannot reverse depreciation which has been posted.

    - If depreciation for asset no : "1234" has been posted , let say in period 11, then when you repeat the depreciation for period 11, system will not post duplicate value. So here are what you have to do :

    1. Run AFAB using parameter Reason for Posting Run = "REPEAT RUN". Please tick "TEST RUN"

    2. Check wether asset "1234" will be posted again ( See in Column "Amount to be posted").

    3. If you're okay with the result then execute AFAB again but now, untick the "TEST RUN".

    Hope this helps.

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