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Assignment of accumulated depreciation

Hello,

We are having ECC 6.0 version EHP4.0 (Development client).

ECC 6.0 version 1.0 (Sandbox client)

In Asset Accounting, we are having two depreciation areas. One is Book depreciation and second one is IFRS depreciation. Book depreciation is having a leading ledger and IFRS is having non-leading ledger. We have assigned document type AF for both areas. Number ranges assigned for both ledgers are different.

In account assignment, we are assigning Accumulated depreciation account for both depreciation areas. System is not allowing us to assign accumulated depreciation to IFRS depreciation area.

We are able to assign accumulated depreciation GL for both areas in Sandbox client but getting an above message in Development client.

We checked the configuration for both clients. There is no difference.

Error Message:-

Account HDSL (Company code) - 2011200643 not allowed to be defined as reconciliation account

Message no. AC309

Diagnosis

Account 2011200643 is defined as a reconciliation account for fixed assets for chart of accounts HDSL and account determination 11000. This is not correct in the circumstances (Accumulated depreciation account for ordinary depr).

Keep in mind that the Customizing definition of the given depreciation area also influences the consistency check of the G/L accounts. This is particularly true for the posting settings in the depreciation area, if the accounts are value adjustment (depreciation) accounts.

Procedure

Change the account definition, or assign a different account.

Kindly help me out in solving an issue

Thanks and regards,

Vinayak Vaidya

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Former Member
Former Member replied

Hello Vinayak,

You just remove target ledger group in depreciation area config for IFRS. Nothing to do els, this is to simple.

Regards,

Pramod

Edited by: PK_BHAGATSINGH on Mar 11, 2010 8:21 AM

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