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Asset problem

Hai sap friends,

At the time of the asset master creastion i have faced in this problem.

Customizing inconsistency - missing/incorrect entry in table T093B

Message no. AY159

Diagnosis

There is a Customizing inconsistency.

Chart of depreciation 1000 contains the real depreciation area 30.

In table T093B, the entry for company code 1001 and depreciation area 30 is missing or incorrect.

System Response

The transaction cannot be processed.

Procedure

Contact your system administrator.

Using transaction SE16, check table T093B for company code 1001 and depreciation area 30. See whether

1. there is no entry for them, or

2. there is an entry, in which the field ABGJA has the value '0000.'

In the second case, you can try to remove the assignment of company code 1001 / depreciation area 30, and then enter it again.

Thanks,

srinivasareddy.sada

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 10:30 AM

    Hi

    Follow the below path and do the required config

    Financial Accounting>Asset Accounting>Valuation>Amount Specifications (Company Code/Depreciation Area)>Specify Memo Value.

    Hope your issue should be resolved.

    Good Luck

    Hari

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