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Assigning COD to CC


WHen I am trying to assign Chart of Dep to company code getting below error message and not getting save.

"Inconsistency between FI company code and chart of deprec."

How to sort the issue


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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 20, 2009 at 07:47 AM

    What is the long error??

    In the most cases you have first to do some additinal config (later in the menu from SPRO) before you can assign it

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      Hi Srinivas,

      I am new to SAP FI. This is waht i did.

      Valuation ---> Depreciation Area --> Define Dep Areas

      Copied the book depreciation with the same settings other than the one for posting in GL. This settings I took "0"

      Then proceeded with Specify area type and since we copied from book depreciation the setting will be Valuation for Trade Balance Sheet

      Next step Specify transfer of APC Values and Specify Transfer of Dep Terms set the Val AD Column to 1 and checked the box for identical.

      Next Valuation -

      > Currencies -

      > Specify the Use of Parallel Currencies Set the currency against Group Currency area to 30 and Hard Currency area to 40.

      Now I am able to assign the chart of depreciation.

      I have two quesions that i would need answers on.

      1. After completing the assign Chart of Depreciation to The cpomany Code can i delete these depreciation areas. If the answer to this is "NO" then

      2 The option i took for posting to GL while creating the Dep Areas is "0" meaning no posting to GL. Is this correct.

      Hem reddy

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