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Group Asset issue.

Hello Good People,

I have trying to solve this problem but don't know if going to missing something or not.


I am trying to assign Group Asset to Fixed Asset on AS01, but prior doing that I have considered all the prerequisite for working with Group Asset such as :-

a) OAYM "Selected the Group asset indicator on Depreciation Area which I want to use as Group Asset"
b) After doing that went to AS01 and selected an Asset Class, entered all the information but on Depreciation Area Tab, Group Tab is un-editable it and when you double click and it takes you to next screen where you need to enter Group Asset detail, and I am doing the same but system is through red error "Group Asset does not manage area 02, but where as it does, which I configured just on step a)

Please help me on this.

Thanks

Mark

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    Posted on Jul 30, 2012 at 12:27 PM

    Asset Accounting > Master Data > Screen Layout > Define Screen Layout for Asset Depreciation Areas

    Please check the above path and also AO21, here group asset field should be optional.

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    • Former Member

      Hello Murali Babu,

      Appreciated your reply, can you please advice on the following, scenario is :-

      There are Ten Thousand Asset, and each type of asset are Group under 5 Asset Group. Now due to some tax requirement, we need to further Group those asset, need to make 10 Group, want to restructure the asset group, how can we archive this scenario, Asset are on Production, want to have a plan how to archive this ?

      Can you show some way ?

      Thanks,

      Mark

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