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OAYO and AFAR

Dear All ,

I have changed rounding rule for a depreciation area in OAYO . Do I need to run AFAR (Recalculate depreciation) ?

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Dash

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 02:12 PM

    Hi

    The Depreciation key is the configuration you do for the depreciation to be calculated. This can be the method or the percentage or both.

    Planned depreciation is what the system calculates as per the parameters given by you. Unplanned depreciation like obsolence is not system calculated and has to be posted manually.

    I hope this clarifies your point.

    Regards

    Kavitha

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 10:47 AM

    hi

    You can recalculate only the planned depreciation of an asset.

    Hence i do not think you need to recalculate if you are changing the rounding rule only.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards

    Kavitha

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 10:47 AM

    hi

    i think no need

    Thanks & Regards

    phaneendra

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 10:48 AM

    Hi,

    It might be necessary to recalculate planned annual depreciation in certain company codes or for individual assets. This might be necessary if:

    - You have changed a depreciation key.

    - You have made mass changes that you programmed yourself, and these changes affected data relevant to depreciation.

    - You want to calculate subsequent revaluation (after the legacy data transfer is closed) using current index figures. In order to correctly calculate replacement values, however, you can only use index series that calculate historically.

    Nothing here points to rounding rule change.

    Regards,

    Eli

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