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asset transfer no revenue error

I try to transfer one asset from one company code to another company code, abt1n, my posting date is May.26.2011

which date I should put in the asset value date column?what's the difference between if I put May.31.2011 and June.30.2011

in terms of depreciation calculation and NBV?

I hit the error when I try to transfer exsiting asset to a new asset in another company code, the error says:

Data inconsistency: No revenue entered

Message no. AAPO118


1. You tried to post a retirement to asset . You entered transaction type 0002, in which the 'retirement with revenue' indicator is set.

2. You tried to transfer asset . You entered transfer variant 0002, which uses a transaction type for 'retirement with revenue' in at least one depreciation area.

In both cases, you are required to enter the revenue.


There are three options:

Enter the revenue.

Enter a depreciation area, from which the net book value is to be used as the revenue.

Check the the transfer variant.

but why we need to put revenue? if my original asset NBV is 200, acquisition value is 500, what is the figure I should put for revenue?

How to identify the asset with previous year acquisition and current year acquisition? any table or system report to show this?

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    Posted on May 26, 2011 at 02:46 PM

    any idea?

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