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How to settle the expenses after AUC has been capitalised.

Hi All,

I have a understanding that after AUC has been settled, we can edit the settlement rule in WBS element and settle directly to the capitalised assets.

I can not see the settlement rule but investment profile since the project being a Capital comes from Investment measure and automatically created.

Can you tell me how to create a new settlement rule in this case. It is Urgent

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VK

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 10:52 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    This requires a change in the settlement rule since the AUC is no more and it must be the settlement reveiver earlier which should be changed to the main asset after capitalisation.

    Please go to Transaction code CJ20N, select the WBS and go to settlement rule via edit > Cost and set the receiver as the fixed assets itself instead of AUCV since AUC has been transferred to main assets.

    You can then settle using CJ8G or CJ88 but CJ88 is a better option.

    I think, I have answered the same query.

    Regards

    Bharat

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    Posted on Mar 28, 2008 at 04:01 PM

    You need to create the completed asset manually and this is used/added to the settlement rule.

    From menu choose Edit>WBS Element>Investment Programs>Create Completed Asset.

    Investment profile assignment will only help auto creation of AUC during the 1st settlement run. To move the costs from AUC to final asset you need to create the final asset first.

    Regards

    Sreenivas

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