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difference between tcodes AR29N and J1AI

Hi,

Can anyone tell me is there any difference between tcodes AR29N and J1AI along with their functionality?

Regards,

Rajesh/

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2009 at 06:48 PM

    HI,

    The new value revaluation posting options of the Post Revaluation and New Valuation report allow for the individual account determination rules of every country. You can specify which account is to be used and the system can then default this account for revaluation postings.

    Here it looks for the valuation area

    the Asset Revaluation (Inflation) each asset using the Time Base and Exposure variants assigned to it by means of the revaluation key.

    Here it revaluates the asset by using the revaluation key whcih contains the value of inflation. Inflation key is a time dependent.

    regards

    HK

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2009 at 01:18 PM

    AR29N is a functionality only used in asset accounting.

    Inflation is set-up in FI and J1AI is the part that is used in asset accounting. Normal this is only used in countries with hyper-inflation. The Inflation indexes are give by the goverment.

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