Asset Accounting Posting Depreciation to WBS Element
Every asset transaction in the Asset Accounting (FI-AA) component immediately causes a change of the forecasted depreciation. However, an asset transaction does not immediately cause an update of the depreciation and value adjustment accounts for the financial statements. The planned depreciation is posted directly to Financial Accounting (FI) when you run the periodic depreciation posting run. This posting run posts the planned depreciation for each posting level for each asset as a lump sum amount.
Transaction Code (T Code)
AFAB - Depreciation Run
AFAR - Recalculate Depreciation
CJ20N - Project Builder
AS01 - Create Asset Master
AS02 - Change Asset Master
AW01N - Asset Explorer
AJRW - Fiscal Year Change
F-90 - Asset Acquisition from Purchase with vendor (Asset debit and vendor credit)
ABZON - Asset acquisition with automatic offsetting Entry (Asset debit and GL credit)
F-92 - Asset Retite from Sale with Customer
ABAON - Asset Sale without Customer
ABAVN - Asset Retirement by Scrapping
ABNAN - Post Capitalization
ABZU - Asset Write up
ABAA - Unplanned depreciation
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