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asset purchase through mm

Hai friends,

can any one tel me asset purchase throug mm, how we link for automatic posting , and what are the entries

will arise and please give me clear explanation regarding this.

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  • Posted on Jun 22, 2009 at 12:12 PM


    There is a concept called Account assigned POs.

    You may ask the MM consultants to create an account assigned PO for Assets.

    Whenever you purchase asset, use this type of PO.

    Make the asset, Cost center , IO(if req) mandatory.

    Then the typical flow of MIGO and MIRO follows.



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      in OME9 only you have make those fields as mandatory fields.

      There is nothing to do with OBYC settings for asset related Purchase orders.

      By giving account assignment category A, system will automatically takes the Asset's APC GL account automatically from the AO90 settings. Since the user cant be able to change the GL account number in this field, hence it is a greyed out field.

      Note: all you need an asset master number before creating the PO for it, and once you enter account assignment category as A , system will defenitely ask for asset number.

      You can create asset master directly from asset PO also, but that is a diff concept, need to config a bit.

      If your problem solved with any of our replies try to close the thread at solved problem option within that reply



  • Posted on Jul 22, 2009 at 09:13 PM

    You can also do this through an IO to Final asset. In the PO an internal order is entered and once the receipt is done. You can enter the fixed asset number in the settlement rule of the IO and run settlement to the final asset.



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