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Fixed Asset Master Data

When I create master data, at that time I face the error 20504 that is Invalid valuation parameter in line 0, specify depreciation area

Basically I am not be able to scroll down depreciation area

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OZAIR ANWAR SHAMSI

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  • Posted on Apr 04, 2011 at 02:32 PM

    HI,

    Have you checked your MSSQL version and patch,

    Fixed assets add-on in 8.8 requires for SQL server 2005 minimum SP03

    Jose Antonio

    SAP Support Consultant

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      We are facing error No 20504 as the depreciation area couldnu2019t be selected when adding a master data in the fixed asset module of 8-81. The resolution available on portal is already opted for but in vain the portal accessed page is attached for ready reference.

      Using SBO 8.81 PL 4

      Upon adding new fixed asset master data, encountering the error "Invalid Evaluation Parameter in line 0. Specified Depreciation Area"...

      Also, the selection list of the existing master data is available. However, after i chose an item, no item is retrieved in the fixed asset master data form

  • Posted on Oct 17, 2011 at 02:06 PM

    I have the same problem.

    My database version is SQL Server 2005 SP03.

    The problem occurs either in a new company or a migrated company.

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    • Hi All,

      Has anyone been able to resolve this issue ? I have come up with same error message 20504 invalid evaluation paramters in line 0; specify depreciation area . This appears only when I update the existing records. When I create a new Fixed Asset Master Data it is fine . Also al the existing records neither have the planned useful life nor the depreciation start date.

      I have seen several forum links and some of the suggest to upgrade to SP3 not sure 2005 or 2008. They are already on SQL server 2008 SP2

      Has anyone come across this error ? and if so how to resolve ? I am on 8.81 PL10.

      Thanks

      Johnson

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