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Hi,

we are uploading our legacy assets on 30/09/2008 and our financial year is april to march. Now the question is.

1. How we will treat our assets which we have sold betwneen 01st of april to 30st of sep period.

2. How we will upload the accumulated dep of these assets and upto which date.

3. How we will upload the ord dep for the current year.

4. what financial entry will be passed in the system?

please advice me how we should upload these assets. and by which t.code and by which T.code we should sales these

Regards

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Could you please explain me up to which date i should take ord dep value

The same date as you fill in the table for the asset take over. When it is 31.09.2008 then the depreciation up to September.

For the asset vallue date click on the help. In AS91 it is not to important the depreciation date is based on the depreciation start date (this is only not the case when you have say in the depreciation key that the depreciation is based on days, see the help there)

When it depreciation for capitalized asset this year you can take the decission not to upload the depreciation, SAP will then post the total depreciation from this year in the first depreciation run.

Offen even in the middle of the year you can say that you take only over the not deactivated assets in your system. (then you don't have to do upload the retired assest this year).

Play with these date's in your developments system.

When I do a conversion I do first a complete test from the file and run a report up to the end of the year with the calculated depreciation, these values should be the same as in the old system or manual calculated in EXCEL. Do a test depreciation run for your first Month and then an test for the first and second month.

When for month 1 it is 1000 then 1 and 2 should be arround 200

Search on this forum to AS91 and you will found all information you need

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