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Depreciation

Hi Gurus,

We have migrated from 4.7 to ECC6. Depreciation for the year 2006 is already done. We have already completed 2006 year closing (AJAB) and 2008 year opening (AJRW). When we do Depreciation run in AFABN for the year 2007(month end depreciation), it excludes all additions which has taken place from 01/2007 to 012/2007. However it simulates the accumulated depreciation in report S_ALR_87011964 for all the asset including asses acquired in 001 to 012/2007.

Am I missing any major area. ? Can anybody help me getting the solution. I am already in search of SAP Notes.

Thanking you advance.

Bik

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 07:43 AM

    Hi,

    Please check what is the config fpr depreciation area posting in GL.

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:32 AM

    Please check config at

    Asset data transfer u2013 parameters for data transfer u2013 date spec u2013specify transfer date

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thanks for the reply,

      Transfer date is 30th June 2006.

      We have already uploaded the balances and run depreciation in 2006. SAP is calculating depreciation for all those assets which were acquired till 31.03.2007. However, SAP is not simulating depreciation for assets created post 31.03.2007. Does this mean that certain tables are not updated with the assets transactions which I am not aware of it..?

      Pls help.

      Bik

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