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Depreciation Run - Amounts mismatch

Experts,

I just ran the depreciation run for all the assets in a Co Cd, which created a document. The document currency, Local Currency and Group Currency for this Co Cd is all USD - However, when I checked the document posted by depreciation run, the Group Currency amounts are different from the LC and DC/FC amounts.

I checked the OB22 setting and it looks ok - The Exchange rate used is same for determining LC and GC.

Can someone let me know how this can be corrected ?

All answers/thoughts/inputs/views will be duly appreciated and rewarded with points.

Thanks,

Nandita

PS - We recently upgraded to ECC 6.0 (technical upgrade) from 4.6B

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2008 at 08:12 PM

    1. How many depreciation areas do you have?

    2. How many assets do you have?

    3. Analyse this issue with individual Assets rather than the total assets?

    4. Are all documents posted to these assets in USD?

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 06:52 AM

    Hi Nandita,

    the mismatch amount will get because of " % change or depreciation key change for asset".

    so u have to run AFAR ( recalculate depreciation). for diff amount.

    Regards,

    R.N.Reddy

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