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Can a derived depreciation area be a real area for depreciation postings?

Example :

Book area 1 (real) : $100,000

Area 2 (not real) : $120,000

Derived area : Area 2 minus Area 1 = $20,000 (depreciation calculation based on this)

Is above possible?

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 08:01 AM


    the F1 Help of the field "real depreciation area" says:


    Set this indicator if you want the system to store the values of this depreciation area in the database (meaning that the area is not a derived depreciation area). The values in this area are then updated each time a posting is made, and can be immediately evaluated.



    Edited by: Bernhard Kirchner on Oct 25, 2010 10:02 AM

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