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E1: 12: Fixed Asset Repost program (R12910) Not Updating Correctly the F1202 Balance Amounts on Ledger AA For Period 8 (Doc ID 2823081.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Assets - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 When running Fixed Asset Repost (R12910) program to restore damaged account balance information in the F1202 Asset Account Balance table, based on the F0911 Account Ledger table amounts, the Fixed Asset Repost program was not updating correctly the AA ledger balance amounts corresponding to Period 8 on the F1202 Asset Account Balances File.

      Steps to reproduce:

1. Go to P1204 Work With Assets and enter a new asset.

2. Go to P0911 Work With Journal Entries and create a JE to enter the asset cost, then post it to G/L and Fixed Assets, go to P1202 Depreciation Information to set the depreciation information for the asset, then run R12855 User Defined Depreciation for the asset on the entire current year.

3. For Period 7 and Period 8 of the current year go to P0911 Work With Journal Entries and do enter some journal entries on the accumulated depreciation account, having the asset number on the journal entry lines.

4. Go to P0011 Work With Batches and run R09801 General Ledger Post UBE to post the journal entries to General Accounting, then post them to Fixed Assets by using P12102 Work With Unposted Entries application.

5. Use an SQL utility to modify on the F1202 Asset Account Balances File the AA balance amounts for Period 7 and Period 8, then run R12910 Fixed Asset Repost UBE to Repost to F1202 table those F0911 transactions related to the asset number and having BRE Post = *.

6. Go to check under the F1202 table and notice on the Period 7 the F1202 AA balance amounts have been correctly updated with the corresponding posted amounts from F0911, but not on F1202 AA ledger Period 8.





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