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Types of dep.

Hello gurus,

We have 4 types of dep. in real time. those are

1.planned

2.un planned

3.repaet

4.restart

What are the uses and why are we using different types.

thanks in adv

Murali

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 03:08 PM

    Hi,

    Planned Depreciation Run is a normal depreciation run which we execute at the end of each period.

    Restart Mode of Depreciation Run : If the depreciation run for Planned Depreciation run stops in between due to system shut down or any other reason, we have to execute the depreciation for the same period in Restart mode once system comes back.

    Repeat Depreciation Run: Suppose the depreciation terms of any asset(s) changed after you execute the planned depreciation run, and you want to incorporate changes, we need to execute the depreciation run again. But in this case, we have to select Repeat Depreciation Run.

    Unplanned Depreciation Run : Suppose, we need to depreciate the asset more than the ordinary depreciation due to some situation, we apply additional depreciation through unplanned depreciation for that specific period.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Chirag

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 03:15 PM

    Just want to make it clear. They are not depreciation types. Example for depreciation type are : Ordinary depreciation, sprecial depreciation, etc.

    1.planned

    2.un planned

    3.repaet

    4.restart

    Those are "Purpose of the Posting Run" when you execute the depreciation using t-code AFAB.

    Planned

    You have to post depreciation to the next period that is specified according to the posting cycle.

    For example, if you have run depreciation in period 10 then you only can run depreciation in period 11.

    You cannot run depreciation in period < 10.

    In normal depreciation posting, Planned will be used.

    Repeat posting run

    You can request a repeat posting run for the last period posted. A repeat run might be necessary, for example, if the depreciation terms were changed for individual assets in connection with the year-end closing. During a repeat posting run, the system only posts the differences that resulted between the first posting run and the repeat posting run (no double posting). You can limit the run to particular assets.

    Restart:

    If the posting run terminates for technical reasons or because user errors are found, you have to start the report over again in restart mode. Using the restart mode ensures that all system activities are repeated that were not completed in the run containing the errors. In a restart run, only those assets are processed and displayed in the log that were not processed successfully in the prior run.

    Unplanned posting run:

    If you want to skip over one or more posting periods, specify an unplanned posting run. The system then posts for all periods that were skipped, as well as for the period entered. The posting period that you specify, however, has to fit into the posting cycle. If you specify period 7, for example, for a quarterly posting cycle, no posting will occur.

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