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AW01N : It is not possible to display a document from Financial Accounting

Hi,

We have an Asset Code ABCDE. After Depreciation run, we want to see accounting data in asset number....

When we insert Asset number with sub-number and Fiscal Year, we db click on line item under Transaction... But system is showing an information -

It is not possible to display a document from Financial Accounting...

Note: - under Posted values tab, Status is showing - Legacy Data transfer...

Is this not showing due to this.... How can we correct this...

Regards..

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 07:50 AM

    If it's legacy date, then the accounting entry (OASV, 1 entry for all accounts generally) is separate from the values in asset accounting (AS91, asset per asset). There's no link, so you cannot see.

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 08:01 AM

    Hi I think you business requirement not possible in awo1n and you have account document data will showing check in FB02 there select document type AA and other option fbl3n selection the gl a/c here showing

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 08:54 AM

    Thanks all,

    I want to share a thing that this asset is our initial asset, which was created during implementation...and update thru AS91 tcode.

    Also in asset, under Planned values....Transaction type showing values - 100 (External asset acquisition)....

    Please guide..

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