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Post manual/unplanned depreciation in previous period

Dear Experts,

I really appreciate for your advices on the following issue.

I have posted depreciation up to period 9, 2010. However, there's an unplanned depreciation journal that was missed to be posted on period 8, 2010. Therefore, I tried to create the unplanned depreciation journal on period 8, 2010 (t-code ABAA).

When I tried to execute the depreciation (t-code AFAB) on period 8, 2010 with Repeat, Restart, and Unplanned Posting Run, the depreciation could not be posted. Then I tried to execute the depreciation on period 9, 2010 with Repeat Posting Run and the unplanned depreciation posted through ABAA on period 8, 2010 is posted on period 9, 2010.

I have an objective to post the the unplanned depreciation on period 8, 2010 instead of period 9, 2010 even though the depreciation has been posted up to period 9, 2010.

I really appreciate for your advices on how to post unplanned/manual depreciation on previous period or if there is any other work around available for this matter.

Thank you.

Best regards,

Frans Sunarja

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2010 at 07:52 AM

    Hi Frans

    You have 3 options

    Option 1 SAP recommended, but too cumbersome

    You can reverse the depreciation posting using ABF1

    refer this thread for more details

    Unable to post depreciation- Error AA730

    Option 2

    Else, pass a manual JV to shift the depreciation from current month to previous month.... You can remove the auto posting tick in FS00 for depreciation for the time being

    The JV shall be Dep a/c Dr and a Balance sheet a/c credit in Previous period AND opposite entry in current period... This balance sheet account shall be clubbed with Accum Dep a/c in your FSV (financial statement version)

    Option 3

    Same as option 2.... Use T code OASV to pass this JV

    Use Accum Dep a/c instead of a balance sheet account... OASV will allow you to pass JV into recon account

    Regards

    Ajay M

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