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Depreciation Run

Hi Freinds,

The users when try to do the Depreciation Run using the T Code AFAB, for the year 2008, the depreciation postings do not take place. However, later when we did the asset fiscal year change using the T Code AJRW, and thereafter did the Depreciation Run for the month of Jan'08, the postings did take place. Again the same thing repeated for the months of Feb and Mar'08. Could any one advise as to why there is a requirement of doing the fiscal year change each time before doing the Depreciation Run ? Is there some thing missing which needs to be done and prompting the system for the fiscal year change ?

Appreciate the help.

Thanks in advance.

Rgds

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    Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 09:39 AM

    Like, AP and AR, wherein the closing Tcode is F.07; similarly the asset data has to be transferred to the next year by closing it in the previous year.

    Closing actually defines that nothing can be entered in the previous year and addition / modifications to values would come under the new year.

    Thus, new year is proposed before running a depreciation.

    Thanks.

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    Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 10:07 AM

    Hi this transaction AJRW - Fiscal Year Change is a technical step.

    In this step the system create by asset a new line in the table ANLC by asset with the total values from the old year and the planned depreciation for this year. This entries are used for the depreciation run. The depreciation run update in this table the actual costs this year, last posting period from the depreciatiom run, ....

    When you don't uds the transaction AJAB - Execute you can still post in the old year.

    Paul

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