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Difference in Balance of Depreciation.

Dear Experts,

Please explain, how the amount of deprecition for a particular fiscal year is coming different in Balance sheet/P+L statement (F.01) and Depreciation forecast (S_ALR_87012026 ).

The amount coming in the balance sheet/P&L (F.01) is comng from the GL balance for that particular fiscal year as checked in FS10 (G/L balance display).

But the amount of depreciation coming in S_ALR_87012026 - (Depreciation Current Year) is different.

Why is it so.

Thanks in advance,

Maurya Shantanu


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    Posted on Apr 08, 2011 at 06:49 AM

    Dear Maurya

    I feel that the differences between your GL and the Deprecation report will arise when any manual entries posted to the GL.

    Please check whether any manual entries are posted to the extent of the difference you are getting.


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      Thanks All,

      Problem is resolved.

      Depreciation posted manually cant be generated in the Depreciation forecast.

      By comparing the totals of Depreciation GL in FBL3N with table TABA we can get the Depreciation document which are posted manually.

      But if we still needs mannual posted depreciation to appear in Depreciation report, then we have to do the following.

      1) Reverse the mannual depreciation through adjusting entry through ABF1.

      2) Change the depreciation key in particular Asset (Mannual to Automatic).

      3) Run Repeat Depreciation.


      Maurya Shantanu

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