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E1: 12: Setting Up the Fixed Assets System Review (Displays the Basic Setup of the System) (Doc ID 1370151.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Assets - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Setup of each of the following programs is required to successfully implement and use the Fixed Assets Module.  Start by going to EnterpriseOne/Financials/Fixed Assets and open Fixed Asset System Setup (G1241).  Many sections have additional more detailed documentation available, and is hyper linked for easy access.

Before using the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Assets system, users must define fixed asset information to use during processing.  This bulletin provides an overview of system set up, lists common fields and discusses the Setup.  How to get there ->Financials/Fixed Assets (G12) / Fixed Asset System Setup (G1241)


All Fixed Assets users and Information Technology staff will find this document helpful.


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In this Document
 Required Setup
 Fixed Assets Constants (P001012)
 Setting up Fixed Assets User-Defined Codes (UDCs)(P0004A)
 Setting Up User-Defined Depreciation (P12851)
 Asset Life
 Balance Adjustments
 Modified Start Date
 Technical Considerations
 Setting Up Fixed Assets Automatic Accounting Instructions (P0012)
 Setting up Fixed Assets Next Numbers (P0002)
 Setting Up Asset Acquisition Years (P0010)
 Setting Up Depreciation Default Values (P12002)
 Copying Depreciation Default Values
 Setting up Fixed Assets Category Code Mapping (P1391)
 Setting Up Ledger Type Rules for Fixed Assets (P0025)
 Setting Up Disposal Account Rules for Fixed Assets (P12141)
 Setting Up Beginning Balances (P12130)
 Supplemental Data (P00091)
 Setting Up Revaluation Indexes (P12841)
 Units of Production Schedules (P1208)

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