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Rounding net book value - Depreciation calculated even 0%

Dear all,

I'm becoming crazy with ERP6.

We are upgrading our SAP from 4.7 to ERP6, EA-FIN is active.

Now if I look the asset explorer or whatever FI-AA reporting with the planned depreciation, I have a difference on the depreciation values, but only for lands ( Depreciation key 0000) - We have set "round net book value at the end of the year", but It seems that now, the system rounds the net book value, even if the depreciation key is 0% . (not the case in 4.7)

please advice



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  • Posted on Mar 29, 2011 at 07:08 AM


    This has nothing to do with the depreciation key.

    If you have flagged in tr. OAYO the following rounding specifications:


    Ind: Round net book value

    This indicator specifies that the net book value of an asset should be rounded to whole units of currency at the end of the fiscal year.

    You specify the type of rounding in the same screen. ...."

    .....the system makes this rounding.

    But this was also the same in former releases.

    regards Bernhard

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  • Posted on Mar 29, 2011 at 08:20 AM

    Hi Bernhard,

    Thanks for your answer, I thougth to this setting because the depreciation calculated is exactly the value need to round the net booked value. If the acquisition is 100,76, then it calculates 0.76 - Same kind of problem with the asset under construction.

    I asked SAP yesterday, and they give me this morning the SAP note 1521187 which solves my problem.



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