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Asset related goods receipt - error message AA660

Dear Friends,

I'm facing the below error message during cancellation of goods receipt.

Error message number: AA660

Error message "Transaction in Area 01 contradicts the net book value rule"

We booked a Goods receipt through Asset P&M lets say 1000 Rs. and now I want to cancel the goods receipt and it is not allowing to cancel the document and throwing the above error message.

Could you please let me know how to resolve this issue.

Regards,

Dwarak

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 05:12 AM

    Hi,

    Check your Depreciation area 1, what is mentioned against you "Net Book Value".. If it is only positive values or zero allowed, change it to "all values allowed" and run the transaction again...

    Hope it helps

    Saravanan.A

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 05:17 AM

    Dear Dwarak,

    Check the following:

    In SPRO > Financial accounting > Asset Accounting > Valuation > Depreciation Areas > Define Depreciation Areas.> Define Depreciation Areas.

    Double click on your depreciatoin area and check if the "Net book value" is marked with a "+". If yes, then check the asset value in AW01N, whether there are any other transactions into this asset apart from the MIGO.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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