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Expired useful life calculated automatically

Guys,

I am creating assets with AS91, i am changing the default depreciation key and useful life. I am entering a expired useful life that is different from what the system is calculating.

The system is giving me a message that expired useful life calculated by system is x. Then i get this message

Dep. key/useful life were changed. The system calculated new values.

Message no. AY151

The depreciation key and/or useful life were changed in depreciation areas 01, 11, 12.

On the basis of this change, the following values were newly calculated and taken over by the system in these depreciation areas:

Start spec. dep., Exp. useful life,Exp. useful life, spec. dep.

I can enter the Expired useful life again and the system wont overwrite again .

Is there any way i can let the system not calcualte the Expired useful life?

Thanks...

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    Posted on May 26, 2011 at 10:11 AM

    Hi,

    Check the base method used in the depreciation key.

    Regards

    Milind Sonalkar

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    Posted on May 26, 2011 at 11:32 AM

    Friend,

    Please check in the given path:

    Financial Accounting ->Asset Accounting - Valuation- Determine Depreciation Areas in the Asset Class

    Check here for your asset class, any value maintained in the fields useful life.

    Second, you can select the dep.key other than based on useful life, means percentage method like that.

    I hope it serves your purpose.

    Chandu

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