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Posting rule changes for depreciation posting

Hi,

Earlier I was set monthly posting for the depreciation run in OAYR transaction. We have executed 3 periods of depreciation for FY 2012, now our requirement is to change this posting rule to quarterly.

What will be the effect if I change the setting in OAYR?


When I execute AW01N for an asset, then the system showing the following error message.

Posting already performed in period 012

Message no. AA682

Diagnosis

Posting has already been performed in the period entered.

System Response

No processing can take place.

Procedure

If you want to repeat the depreciation posting in this period, select the appropriate parameter in the initial request screen. Otherwise, choose another period.

Though the depreciation is not executed for period 12, why the system showing this error message?

Rgds

Murali. N

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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 07:13 AM

    Ohh forgot to tell about effects:

    When you change it nothing else will happen other than system will plan depreciation according to new posting rules:

    Suppose you have calc dep for 3 periods and you chosse quarterly.

    System will not change existing posting but change planned postings as

    posted 01 100

    posted 02 100

    posted 03 100

    planned 06 300

    planned 09 300

    planned 12 300

    If you have posted 4 (not multiple of 3) periods

    posted 01 100

    posted 02 100

    posted 03 100

    posted 04 100

    planned 06 200

    planned 09 300

    planned 12 300

    It adjusts accordingly

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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 07:01 AM

    Hi,

    Error is some where else check Aw01n planned values.

    I did same calculated for 3 periods and then changed and it is calculating for period 06 now correctly without any error.

    Thanks.

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