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Depreciation not getting posted for the group assets in the group dep area

Hi all,

I have created a seperate asset class for group assets in OAAX .

Depreciation area 03 is treated as the group depreciation area in OAYM .

and I assigned the standard dep key LINA for the asset class in the transaction OAYZ.

Now I created a group asset in AS21 and assigned it to the asset master for the dep area 03 in AS01.

When I have done the aquisition for the individual asset the aquisition values are properly flown to the group asset also .

But when executing the depreciation for the group asset in AFAB I am getting an error that " No data was found that agress the selection made"

Is it not possible to calculate depreciation for the group assets. As per my understanding it should post depreciation for the dep area 03 .

Can any one tell me where I have done wrong and what should be done from my side to solve this error.

Thanks,

Srikanth

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2012 at 02:25 PM

    Hi,

    You need not to run dep for GROUP ASSETS separately.

    Once you run dep for normal assets(where group asset is maintained in master), automatically system will updates the dep values to the individual group asset also.

    Regards,

    Srinu

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