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Multiple Assets transfer in ABUMN

Hi All,

I need to transfer 1 asset to multiple assets (eg 20 assets equally) within same comapany code. I tried thru T code ABUMN by choosing option "multiple assets".

There, under "From asset" i gave the same asset number 2 times, one below the other and in "To assets" I gave 2 different assets. When i hit enter, the second line item gets deleted, making 1 asset transfer to 1 asset.

Could anyone let me know whether its possible to transfer 1 asset to multiple assets in ABUMN or any other way.

Thanks,

Ameet

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2010 at 02:21 PM

    It is not possible. I wrote a custom enhancement that does this. But standard ABUMN will not do this.

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      Hi,

      This can be done through ABUMN only, but not ata time. for example:

      You have to post 3 transactions individually to that old asset.

      For the first ABUMN transaction choode partial transfer and choose amount specification.

      For the second ABUMN transaction choode partial transfer and choose amount specification.

      For the last ABUMN transaction choose Complete retiremnet. (So the balancewill be transfered to the third new asset)

      Please check.

      JK

  • Posted on Dec 16, 2009 at 01:27 PM

    sorry to tell you, but donĀ“t think this is possible

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 01:34 PM

    Hi,

    I'm aware of the fact that this thread is already 6 months old. However, since I found a solution and this forum has already been very usefull for me in the past, I would like to return the favour.

    1) Create an asset under construction (AS01)

    2) If the asset you want to split does not have a depreciation booked, you can proceed to step 3. Otherwise, you need to assign a G/L account to the asset class ( AO93)

    3) Create a settlement rule for the asset under construction from step 1 (AIAB)

    4) Settle the asset with AIBU

    Regards,

    Suzy

    Edited by: Suzy Bijnens on Oct 7, 2010 3:35 PM

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