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Indicator: Store real depreciation area

What the Indicator: Store real depreciation area is necessary for? Am I correctly understand, that if we put this indicator in any depreciation area or in all (in earlier versions it was possible to put only for one area in 6.0 for all) after, for example acquisition postings, I can see at once postings in any area with the given indicator (the sum on debit, the sum on credit) having failed at line in asset explorer, unlike early versions when for this purpose it was necessary to start ASKBN? Or I have passed something important?

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2009 at 06:35 AM

    Hi,

    We are in 4.7ee version, and able to choose real dep area for all of our dep areas.

    This is for your information.

    Share with me about this, since i too need to know more about the significance of real dep area check box.

    Thanks,

    Srinu

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2010 at 12:22 PM

    hi,

    The significance of the indicator to store real depreciation area is to store the depreciation area as real depreciation area in the database it indicates that the dep area is real depreciation area and the values posted can be directly evaluvated . In Ecc 6.0 it is possible to indicate the all depreciation area as real depreciation

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