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How to distinguish asset created by AS91 from asset created by AS01?

Hi all,

I start working on Asset and I must find a solution in order to modify depreciation area value.

Using transaction AS92 will be good for asset created by transaction AS91. But how to make the difference between asset created in AS01 and AS91? I do not see a field Tcode.

Any idea?

Thanks,

David

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 06:17 PM

    Hi David,

    You can figure it out when you are in transaction AW01N, the Asset Explorer.

    For example, you see value in the upper section (table ANLC) at fiscal year start or mid year ("Change column), but you don't see any matching transaction in the lower section (table ANEP), instead you see information "No posting for selected fiscal year". Hence, you will see no values in table ANEP for any values for any years coming from legacy system.

    Also, tab "Posted values" you will notice an entry "legacy data transfer" in the period where transfer happened (during fiscal year).

    Regards,

    Brigitte

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  • Posted on Aug 17, 2012 at 02:57 PM

    I do not know if there is a standard way to do it because in our case when we load legacy asset, we put the legacy number on the invetory field that is why to know (In our case) the asset created in AS91 and AS01 we just extracted ANLA table and look at the inventory number, if it is blank therefore the asset is created from AS01.

    You might also a process specific for laoding asset using AS91, you can verify.

    Thanks!

    Jhero

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