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Urgent issue on depreciation calculation

Hi All,

Our client have just upgraded to ECC 6.0 from 4.7. However when they generated the report for Asset Balances according to Asset Class there is a discrepancy in the total amount of Accumulated Depreciation between 4.7 report and ECC 6.0 report by some centavos. When I checked the details, some of the assets differ by .01 cents in 4.7 and ECC 6.0. For example, in SAP 4.7 the planned depreciation for January is xxxx.49 and for February is xxxx.48. In ECC 6.0 the planned depreciation is xxxx.48 and xxxx.49 for January and February respectively. There seems to be an interchange of amounts per month. Although the total depreciation per year is still the same the monthly amount is also used by our client. Please note that the difference affects only the planned depreciation amounts and not the posted depreciation amounts for the past years. We have checked all configuration relating to depreciation and there isn't any change. We can not determine what is causing this change in amounts per month. Is this caused by the technical upgrade? If so, is there any way for us to revert to the original values? Please help us. Thank you!

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 03:46 AM

    Please check the rounding cofig and decimal settings in ECC 6.0

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      Hi All,

      We've checked the rounding config as well as decimal settings in ECC 6.0 and it does not differ with 4.7. We've raised this to OSS and according to them this is due to the New Depreciation Calculation method in SAP ECC 6.0 Thank you!

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:21 AM

    Hi,

    Please check the configuration for -- Specify Rounding of Net Book Value and/or Depreciation

    T-code OAYO-Arithmetic Rounding

    Thanks & Regards,

    juhi

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