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Depreciation not able to post

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I have migrated the balances on 310108 & 1st asset procurement was on june 10 now i am trying to post dep for aug 10 it is not happening.

IF i check in OAAQ transfer date is 310108. when i try to run for 2007 system gives in error message sayeing data is not there.

Is there any specific process for closing the asset accounting even though assets are not there.

Early reply will help me lot.



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    Posted on Sep 08, 2010 at 12:04 PM

    OAAQ transfer date is 310108

    Then the first depreciation run is period 02-2009. You can't run depreciation from before 02-2009 asset accounting in not active then!

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      Can you have a look in the transaction:

      OAAQ - Entire Company Code

      Here you see the last closed fiscal years:

      Look with SE16 in the table ANLC. to the last year where for entries created

      Run the transaction:

      ASKB - APC Values Posting

      Do the fiscal year closings and depereciation runs

      The years are depende from what you found.


      AFAB - Execute for period 12-2007 with the option unplanned depreciation posting run (takes depreciation per 1-12)

      AJAB - Execute close fiscal year 2007

      AJRW - Fiscal Year Change open fiscal year 2008 5create entries in ANLC for 2008.

      The same you can do for the other years

      When there are no assets in the system you have only to do more times AJAB - Execute close fiscal year up to 2009

      On the end 2009 is closed and (perhaps) entries created for 2010

      All these jobs you can run first as test run. The real runs should be in background

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