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Fixed Asset Lagacy data Upload to productive Company Code.

Hi,

Our client is using sap for last 8yrs, and they purchase another company recently which is not using SAP, and we have created as new company code for the newly acquired company, but business wants one division of new company to merge with Old company code. Now the problem is how to upload legacy asset data of the new company into our Old Company code which already in Productive status. Could anyone help me for this scenario how to do it?

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Sudha

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 08:04 AM

    Hi,

    Please search this forum with keyword AS91 to know about legacy asset takeover uploads to an existing company code.

    Since this question was asked many many times in this forum.

    Thanks,

    Srinu

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 11:02 AM

    Hi Sudha,

    Have a look to the following answer from me on a message:

    Personal I always upload assets on this way, even when it is a new implementation.

    how-do-to-data-conversion-on-the-com-code-that-is-

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