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Planned Depreciation - Not Shown in the Asset Master.

Hi All,

My problem is that the Planned Depreciation that shows in the Asset Master for each and every period is shown as Zero.

I have gone through whole of the Customisation for the Dep.Key and all those stuff related in Maintaining the Dep Key and found to be correct and whn i check the same in my Test Server the planned values are properly shown in the Asset Master for each and every period. I have compared both the Test server and the Production server customisation for Dep. and found no deviations.

I am runnng the dep. for the first time in Production server for my client.

My point is why is the dep. forecast is not shown in the Asset Master dep Key is a percentage based,Asset is not Deactivated and has got the Capitalisation Value also.

Can anybody hint me where Im gong wrong..

Thanks in Advance.

Sunil

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 12:38 PM

    HI Sunil,

    please check if you have changed the depreciation keys in the asset master data.

    You can start the report "recalculate values" transaction AFAR.

    Maybe this will help you to solve your problem.

    Otherwise you can make a doppleclick on the planned depr. values transaction AW01N to see how the values are calculated.

    Best regards

    Volker

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 12:42 PM

    No it wasnt that case....

    I have understood what the problem is there is big loop hole in the manner it was implemented just now i have understood and I shall work and resolve the said one...

    I shall resolve it

    Thanx anyways..

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