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Synchronization between asset and equipment

Hi gurus,

My client is using serialized material for automatic creation of EMR upon goods receipt. Some of these equipment are also pertinent to accounting as such the PO line is referenced to both a serialized material (MMR) and AMR.

Once the goods receipt is done both EMR and AMR are created however they are not linked together automatically. The link between asset and equipment has to be done manually either through AS02 or IE02.

Have you come to similar problem and is there solution to link the asset and equipment automatically upon goods receipt.

Thank you.

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    May 23, 2011 at 04:11 AM


    You can try with synchronization of data

    Create Equipment Record when Creating Asset

    Specifies whether the system automatically creates an equipment master record when an asset master record is created.


    The possible settings are:

    No synchronization

    When the asset is created, the system does not automatically create an equipment master record. However, you can create an equipment master record manually.

    Direct synchronization after saving

    When an asset master record is created, the system automatically enters an equipment in the asset master record. Asset master data (such as company code) is copied to the equipment master record.

    IMG >> Financial accounting-new >> Asset accounting >> Mater data >> Automatic creation of master data



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    • Former Member Thyagarajan Krishnamurthy

      The issue is not all the equipment should have an asset in AA because of the company's capitalization threshold and other accounting policies so automatic creation of asset from equipment is out of question. That's why both MMR and AMR need to be used in PO and GR. I guess we just have to link the EMR and AMR manually.

      Edited by: Cyrus Minab on Feb 16, 2012 6:03 AM