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Steps ( or Techincal Design) for conversion/upload of Fixed Asset

Hi Guys,

I am an ABAPer and given task for converting the Fixed Asset for a new implementation of FICO. I am new to FICO.

I will appreciate if somebody can give me the steps for the conversion / upload of FIXED ASSET in ECC 6.0. It will be good if somebody can give the technical specifications for the same.



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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 03:55 AM


    Asset Accounting: In case asset accounting is implemented the individual balances of each asset (Gross Value and Accumulated Depreciation) have to be uploaded using transaction AS91. For this also you need to develop a LSMW / BDC program. Further, you also need to update the GL Accounts related to Asset Accounts with totals for each asset class T.Code OASV.

    For uploading the Assets

    AS91 -> for uploading assets in AA

    OSAV --> for uploading assets in GL entry Dr Asset (individually) Cr Data migration Account or Clearing Account

    If this helps,please assign points.



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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 04:09 PM

    Before the steps that Rau mentioned above. Please check company code status is: 2 in SPRO>Finanical Accounting>Asset accounting>Asset Data Transfer> Set company Code Status.

    also Check asset transfer date is 12/31/2007 if you are planing to transfer asset in current (Jan) period in SPRO>Finanical Accounting>Asset accounting>Asset Data Transfer>Parameters of Data Transfer>Date Specification>Specify Tranfer Date/Last closed period.

    then your next step will be AS91 (Set up LSMW for mass upload)

    Then sync with Finiancial Accounting by OASV by updating recon accounts.

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