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Error posting with trans.type 159 not possible (no aquisition posted)

Hello All,

A user has created an PO for asset with GR non valuated in 2007 and has performed a MIGO/GR in the same year 2007. Now in 2008 the user has received an invoice against the said asset and wants to post it thru Trans MIRO.

At the time of posting the invoice the user gets the error "posting with trans.type 159 not possible (no aquisition posted)" . Since this is a completely new asset and GR non valuated asset process is a standard in SAP why is the system recognising the transation type as 159 i/o trans type 100 ie new asset aquisition.

If i post a dummy value to the same asset using FB01 the system accepts the value but the same process if i intend to follow usin MIRO system does not allow.

Can you guys help me

Thanks

Nelson

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2008 at 07:41 AM

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2008 at 07:49 AM

    Have a look in your depreciation key.

    In the most cases is set up that can only post on an asset in the same fiscal year as the capitalization date.

    Paul

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2008 at 10:01 AM

    Thanks Paul for your reply, I checked the depreciation key. inthe key the "Aqu only allowed in capitalization year is marked as NO"

    Therefore the problem is not the depreciation key

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    Nelson

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