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Asset depreciation run

Hi all,

In the asset accounting, i created new asset class & no range according to the client requirement in the development server.

but the technical guy transported the no ranges also to production directly.

now the problem is the asset nos are modified according to the dev server.

how to rectify this?

and in the depreciation run after transporting the new asset class, before run also posted correctly, now the run is given error. the error message is:

Assets with errors in planned depreciation.

Message no AAPO504.


The assets below listed have incorrect planned depreciation values.

System Response

processing continues.


Check the depreciation for the listed assets and remove the cause of the error.

How to rectify this two issues? really i'm facing very pressure to resolve this.

anybody kindly give the solution please.. its urgent..


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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 07:52 AM


    are there new assets created to the new class?

    if no , correct number range with as08.

    in case of need you must reset number range on dev and transport it

    2) check values with aw01n and afar

    in case of need change valuation parameters or cancel documents with ab08

    hope that helps

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    Andreas Mann

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      Hi Andreas,

      The assets created with new class and new no range.

      the valuation parameters are correct mentioned and no need to change.

      the new assets depreciation posted correctly and old assets (already having) now giving the problem, in this case what i need to do? either cancle the document in ab08 and again will run the depreciation or any other solution...


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