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OASV - GL Upload

Hi Team,

When I am upload Asset GL balance using OASV, system is allowing me key GL, debit/credit, loc amount, Bs Ar, profit center segment, line item.

I have requirement to have field LC2 amount (group currency) while uploading Asset GL balance.

Can someone help me to understand how can I additional input field in OASV screen.

For example

If you see below screen I should have filed to input LC2 cur. Amt, how to bring that input field



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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2012 at 04:52 PM

    Hello Krishna,

    Some recommend to use transaction OASV to upload the asset GL balances as it directly allows posting to reconciliation account. . However I found when posting depreciation for the current year balances, cost centre field is not available. I would advise you to use transaction F-02 for asset balance upload with cut over date as your posting date.

    The journal entry is

    Debit ….. APC
    Credit ….. Accumulated Depreciation
    Debit …. Depreciation (year to date)
    Credit …. Data Take on (balancing figure)

    Reset asset reconciliation GL account in customising to make it reconciliation account.

    To make a batch process, please do the recording in LSWM or SHDB, what ever you are comfortable with.

    Best Luck,

    Nishan Dev

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2012 at 06:49 PM

    Dear Krishna,

    OASV is used for adjust balances in in local currency for Assets account determination even if they are reconciliation account.

    If you want post for another currency you must enter OAMK and unset your Assets Rec Account to be able F-02 posting.


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