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Asset Revaluation in Non Leading Ledger

Dear SAP Team,

We have created a New Depreciation Area for Revaluation under Non Leading Ledger (IF), how to transfer the values under existing assets to new area..

Our client went live on 31.03.2010 with:

01 - book depreciation &

10 - Revaluation Area

Later date we created new Areas as on 01.04.2012

20 - IFRS Dep

25 - IFRS Revaluation Area

Area 20 got the old legacy plus transaction values through AFBN & for Revaluation Area AR29N created Revaluation Areas in all existing & legacy asset

But how to transfer the Revaluation Legacy plus transaction data to New Area 25.


Jaymin R. Bhatt

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 10:11 AM

    You can define takeover values for Reval area 25 to reval area 10.

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    Then when you will do AFBN Area 25 will take old legacy values from area 10.

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      Thanks for the reply,

      I have already made the above Config for Areas. And AFBN is only useful for activation & transfer value for Real Depreciation.

      In case of Revaluation Area we have to use AR29N. In case of using AR29N it only open ups the Revaluation Area but does not transfer the value.

      How to transfer the values?


      Jaymin R. Bhatt

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