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Dear All

I have posted one asset in March 2009 . Lateron it was discovered that it should go to CWIP in March and should be posted to main asset in July

Then we ran t code ABUMN and tfd the asset to CWIP. Later on on 15/07/2009 it was transferred to MAin asset.

But in main asset system is taking depreciation from March instead of July.

Please help urgently.

Regards

Ajay

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 04:35 AM

    Hi ,

    Please note down that while transferring the original capitalisation date would have been captured as "March"2009.

    That is the main reason for calculating the depreication from March'09

    You have the following options:-

    1. Try to Change the Capitalisation date for the Asset - (System may not allow the same)

    2. Try to change the Depreiciation start Date which will be available in the Asset Master "Depreication Area" screen "O.Dep.Start"

    field - Give July date in that and run AFAB run for July , system will adjust the excess depreciation posting upto july here.

    regards

    N.Kumar

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      Hi

      The standard transaction type for intracompany transfers (300) is configured in such a way that the receiving asset adopts the capitalization start date and the depreciation start date historically from the asset being retired.

      The transaction types 310, 320, 330 do not adopt the capitalization date and depreciation start date.

      So pl configure these transaction types. It should work.

      Thanks

      kamala

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 04:33 AM

    Hi,

    Check for the Depreciation areas in Asset Master record the depreciation start date entered by you.

    Regards,

    Sadashivan

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