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Change of Legacy Asset Values for Depreciation Area 20

Hello Experts

We are using Two Depreciation Areas

Area 01 - Book Depreciation - Real Time Value Store -> GL posting in real time

Area 20 - Historic Cost -> Real Time Value Store -> Does post to GL

We went Live on Apr'2008 and fiscal year 2009 and 2010 is closed.

We have found lot of value differences in Area -20 (Historic Cost) in upload balances (during 2008). Now we would like to correct these values

I have tried to revise the values through AS92, However i am being unable to do as the "Historic Cost " Column is in grey color.

Kindly advise me.. any configuration changes which i need to carry ? or is there any standard method for edit the values (Please not that, This depreciation area does not post to GL)


Anil Kumar

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2011 at 09:46 AM


    you should never user AS92 for assets which have been taken over years ago, this is not correct. You canĀ“t correct the historic values now. What you can do is posting a manual correction to these assets with an transaction type restricted to the relevant area.

    Best regards


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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 10:21 AM

    Check your company code status

    IMG ==> Financial Accounting ==> Asset Accounting ==> Asset Data Transfer ==> Set Company Code Status

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