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AFAB error

Hi, Expert,

We do fix asset test for new company at our test system.We created some Fix Asset master and booking account on July 2007. We begin run depreciation on Aug 2007. The depreciation session can't process. We found the cost cneter valid date from Oct 2007.We delete the session. Then we retire all Fix asset. We recreate another fix asset onOct.2007. When we run depreciation on Nov. 2007, We get the following

message. It can't run depreciation.Could you tell me how to fix it.Thanks

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Not all the documents in the last posting run were posted

Message no. AA 729

Diagnosis

The posting session created in the last posting run was not completely processed. The last posting run was in fiscal year 2007, period 008, current number 01. A new posting run is only possible once the posting session has been processed completely.

Procedure

Process the session created by the last posting run again. If this session no longer exists, you can create a new posting session that contains the missing posting documents. This function is found in the menu under "Recreate session." However, it is essential that no changes have been made in the meantime to the Customizing definition of the document number range

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Best Regards

Park Han

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 09:32 AM

    Hi,

    Read the message completely.

    Regards

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