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AA624 error message while retiring an asset

Hi all,

We just upgraded our system to ECC6. Our patch level is at 604. My user is trying to retire an asset however he is getting error aa624. I have looked OSS all the program corrections regarding this message are already in our system as the patch level is 604. The depreciation in this book does not have any special depreciation so special depreciation settings does not apply here. We also do not want to just modify the congi settings to "All values allowed", it does n't make sense. Please advise if anyone has come across this error and has a solution for this error.

Regards.

Ibungo

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  • Posted on Oct 27, 2010 at 07:50 AM

    Hi Ibungo,

    1. Do you have the "new Depreciation calculation" active? Do you get the erro also in AW01N if you simulate a recalculation of values? If yes please check AW01_AFAR (the old depr. calculation).

    If yes: Please check if the transactions have been posted bevor activation of the "new Depreciation calculation" (and now you wold like to retire after activation of the new depr. calc).

    2. Please check the following notes:

    1114392

    1025126 point 1

    3. Dou you get error message AC 435 if you call tr. OAYO. In this case note 810789 is relecant.

    4. Once I hahe a case where the reason was that ANLB-PERFY and T090NA-XDAILY was not conform.

    Example: ANLB-PERFY is 365 and T090NA-XDAILY is empty.

    Regards Bernhard

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    Posted on May 19, 2015 at 07:52 PM

    Hello ,

    Could you please check the KBA:

    1731010 - Error AA 624 when changing depreciation key in AS02

    to check this KBA you can go to:

    http://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1731010

    (S-User required) for SAP Note 1731010

    Regards,

    Jonas

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