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Problem with depreciation AFAB

Hi,

Asset Explorer shows a status of an asset planned depreciation 400,000 u20AC in the period 14/2009.

Now when I do test-run depreciation (AFAB), I get the message "depreciation run has already been done for the period 14/2009".

How can it be possible??? Can anybody help me???

Thanks

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    Posted on Feb 05, 2010 at 02:46 PM

    Hi,

    Use repeat option while running your dep for the 14th period.

    Thanks,

    Srinu

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  • Posted on Feb 05, 2010 at 01:56 PM

    Hi

    1) Charge unplanned depreciation using transaction ABAA

    2) Carry out depreciation run for the relevant month using AFAB, selecting the checkbox "unplanned posting run".

    Rgds,

    Zub

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  • Posted on Feb 05, 2010 at 03:58 PM

    Hi,

    Check in table TABA that depreciation is posted upto which period for the respective company code. If you want to post delta depreciation again for the same period for which depreciation has already been posted then use "repeat run option"

    If the depreciatio is never posted for 14/2009 then you should be able to post for that period in normal run in AFAB. For better analysis please share the long text of the error message you receive when you run AFAB.

    Regards,

    Vijay

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I got the solution. When the depreciation (AFAB) has more than 1000 posting's documents, it does'nt show any depreciable values in Test run. Why?? No idea.

      It means the depreciation must be done in real-run, in order to post the depreciation.

      It has worked.

      Thanks

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