Sap expired useful life not updating


06-Apr-2018 06:44

But here already the expired useful life is of 2 years, whereas according to Company’s Act, 2013 the useful life of Asset should be 1 year only.

The Comparison tab is as below: Depreciation planned values for the year 2015 is as follows: From above we can see that depreciation per period has changed from 3750.66 to 0 due to change in useful life of assets.

________________ ***********************It may be that there are missing entries in table COEPBR.

It could be that certain depreciation areas have line items in FI-AA table ANEP but which are not updated in CO table COEPBR.

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So now the Asset will get written off in 5 years as shown below: The Comparison tab is as below: Depreciation planned values for the year 2015 is as follows: From above we can see that depreciation per period has changed from 1607.81 to 1250.52 due to change in useful life of assets. : 211000038 Depre key – ZS15 The planned values for depreciation posting is as below for Fiscal year 2015 : Now changing the useful life of assets from 4 years to 1 years.

Once the problem is corrected and depending on your system release and support package you should ensure that SAP note 853754 is in your system to avoid any inconsistencies of that kind in future.________________ *********************** In a few cases is has been noticed that this error is caused due to newly created or deactivated depreciation areas which are not present in both tables ANLC and ANLB.

In order to resolve this error both tables ANLC and ANLB will have to match and show the same depreciation areas.

For this you can go to table COEPBR, enter field KOKRS (CO Area) and OBJN (Object Number).

Tip: in table PRPS enter WBS / Project number in field POSID, execute.Go to transaction SE38: - execute"Comparison of ANLB-LGJAN and ANLC-GJAHR" Here you should see the asset number and the company code which will need corrections.