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AUC Settlement - Acquisition Value Negative in Area 01

I had a legacy AUC asset 55055 with WBS Element 205. The same was loaded as cutover AUC asset with number 998766 with the same WBS Element 205.

Now when I am trying to settle this new AUC Asset (998766) to the existing asset using AIBU, system is throwing an error message that "Acquisition Value Negative in Area 01".

I am trying to change the Asset Master Record for this new Asset by ticking the Negative Values Allowed check box, but system is not allowing to change this new AUC asset master and showing error that WBS Element 205 is also assigned to Asset 55055.

Please advise how to proceed further and settle this new AUC (998766)

Thank you

Ravi

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 12:57 PM

    Hi Ravi,

    When you have AUC attached to your WBS, AIBU will not work.

    You have once T.code CJIC which will settle the WBS AUC to final asset.

    AIBU and AIAB will work only for the normal AUC scenarios where WBS is not attached.

    In CJIC you have to give the relevant WBS and execute and then give to which final asset you want to settle. Then system will post from the AUC to final asset.

    Let me know if you have any problems.

    Allot points if you feel appropriate.

    Regards

    Anand.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:02 PM

    Hi,

    In CJ20n for the WBS, go to the settlement rule. Add your existing asset to the settlement rule as type FUL and save it. Now, run CJ88 with processing type as Full Settlement. The costs will be loaded on to the new asset from the AUC.

    I assume all settings in Asset Accounting with regard to asset values are taken care of.

    Thanks

    Jagdish

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