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using t-code abumn

HI,

i am doing partial retirement of Asset though T.code ABUMN with prior year acquistion.

I am getting the following error message

Partial retirement or transfer of prior-yr acquis. not possible

Message no. AA378

Regards,

Ashok

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2010 at 08:45 AM

    Hello Ashok,

    Error AA 378 means the follwoing:

    You tried to post a retirement or transfer, based on quantity or

    percentage, to asset acquisitions from prior years on the asset

    However, the system could not find any values.

    You need to Post the retirement using a transaction type for

    current-year acquisitions, if the asset has values at all.

    If the asset does not have any values, you can only post

    a complete retirement. You cannot post a transfer.

    Kindly pay attention to the long texts of errors AA378 and

    make sure you use appropriate transaction types.

    Further, please also review the attached note 22378, 568103 and 551248

    and 1006038

    I hope this helps

    Ray

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2010 at 08:45 AM

    Hi,

    The transaction code ABUMN is used for Asset transfer within company code and you are talking about retirement.

    What is the transaction you are trying to do?

    For the specified error message - please check the transaction type you are using.

    Regards,

    Kiran Yelamarthy

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