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Duplicated Depreciation Posting Run

2 FI documents were created at 3 minutes intervals for depreciation run in period 01 of 2008. Only 1 of these documents of course was recognized in Fixed Asset module both documents were posted in General Ledger Accounting. I now have a reconciliation issue where my G/L balances do not match with the Asset History Sheet because of the double depreciation amount.

My problems are as follows:

1. How do I reverse the document that did not post in fixed asset accounting without this affecting my asset balances

2. Since my Accumulated Depreciation accounts are Reconciliation accounts, I am not able to post directly to these accounts, how do I reverse this entries.

3. If you have encountered this kind of problem before, I will like to know the cause and how it was resolved.

Thank you for your response.

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 08:00 AM

    You can use ABF1 to make this corection posting. Search on this forum with ABF1 and you found how to do it.

    When you use OASV you have first to change the take over date.

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 06:29 PM

    when you load assets using as91 ..we dont actually hit Gl...we hit sub ledger only......so in order to hit GL we use transaction "OASV" to post the balances.

    you had created legacy asstes using as91 for 100 dolars.

    then you post document using " OASV" hitting asset class recon account(debit), accumulated dep(credit) account and data load account(credit). normally we use data load account.

    so inorder to clear the problem use OASV to credit and debit the concerned accounts.

    then your accounts would reconcile...

    hope this helps

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