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ANLP has the transaction but ANLC doesnt see it?

Hi SAP Experts:

please assist me in my issue:

After I ran ABST2, i found out there is 11 Million difference. However, after deep investigation, i found that there are 37 assets causing the difference. The asset cost for these assets is zero in the ANLC while it shows values in the GL.

Action items:

(1) I checked the transaction document thier value is in the ANLP table but not in the ANLC table

There is a discrepency in between the ANLC and ANLP table in terms of Asset cost value. the ABST2 looks the ANLC table and the values in the GL. How can i solve this problem?

Any advice or recomendation is really appreciated.

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 05:45 PM

    Hi,

    could you inform what is the field which differs between ANLC and ANLP?

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      Thank you Marssel for your reply

      The ANLC field = Ast.Val.Trans

      ANLP field = Ast.Val. Trans

      Basically the ANLC reading inncorreclty.

      This causing a difference in the GL for 11 Million

      Please let me know if you are familiar of such problem

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 09:01 PM

    I have something to add in what i have written earlier,

    I just try to change the "Changeover year" field in simulation, and that fix the problem, but the accountant of the company has confirmed that there is no changeover year, Zeros.

    Please Experts, you knowledge is needed

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    • This difference came from wrong amount posted in thouse assets. You can't post 11 mill by ASKB else you will have unmeasured moviments.

      If you have 37 records with zero amount posted to GL you must reallocate postings and find out where is the correct assets to be reposted. It must have come from somewhere.

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