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8) HI MASTERS ,

I NEED DETAILED INFORMATION WITH SOME EXAMPLES ABOUT DEPRATION TYPES I.E

1) UNPLANNED DEPRECIATION,

2) PLANNED DEPRECIATION,

3) REPEAT DEPRECIATION,

4) RESTART DEPRECIATION.

IN WHICH SITUATUIONS WE GIVE THESE OPTIONS FOR EACH , PLEASE GIVE REPLY

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  • Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 06:24 AM

    Hi Surya,

    Depreciation Run – Periodic Processing:

    Depreciation must be periodically posted through batch input session.

    Types of Depreciation Run:

    1. Planned posting run – Once in a month – regular depreciation posting.

    2. Repeat posting run – It is possible to repeat the posting run within the period last posted. However, in contrast to the first run for a period, the repeat run can be restricted to specific assets. In the repeat run, the system posts changes to depreciation, as compared to the depreciation amounts from the previous run.

    Normally the repeat run is carried out at the end of the fiscal year, if complete postings are necessary because of corrections in depreciation terms.

    3. Restart posting run – If the program is terminated during a posting run for various reasons, then the program has to be started again in the restart mode to clear the data base of possible inconsistencies.

    4. Unplanned posting run – When defining posting rules for depreciation posting, you must specify a posting cycle. Normally you must adhere to the posting cycle (for example, a monthly, quarterly or annual cycle). By setting this indicator, it is possible to skip over periods. The system then does not check for the connection to the previous period.

    For example, after 3rd month, through unplanned posting run 7th month can be selected, depreciation for the period 4th to 7th period will be posted in the 7th period.

    Hope this helps. Assign points if useful.

    Regards,

    Dwarak.

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