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Manual entry of Capitalization date in Asset Accoiinting

Hi Guys,

Could any body please advice me the configuration changes to be made in order to manually enter "Capitalized on" date field for already existing Assets. After executing the T-Code AS02 the filed "Capitalized on" should be ready for input.

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Nagarjuna Palnati

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2008 at 09:33 AM

    Hi,

    The system enters the asset value date of the first posting that results in the capitalization of the asset in this field (Capitalization on). You can also enter this date manually when creating an asset/changing the asset (AS02).

    If your "capitalization on" is gray when you create/change the asset master then you should do as follow :

    1. Check the layout that you use for the asset master in t-code : ANK1 (If it is defined here) or t-code : OAOA (field screen layout rule)

    2. Go to Asset Accounting => Master Data => Screen Layout => Define Screen Layout for Asset Master Data.

    3. Select the layout

    4. Double click on the Logical Field Group

    5. Select "Posting information"

    6. Double click on Field Group Rules

    7. Finally, set the "Capitalization Date" from Disp(Display) into Req(required) or Opt(Optional) . Depends on your requirement.

    Hope it helps.

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