E1: 12: Unpredictable Results With Differing Account Depreciation Setup and Same Ledger Type in Fixed Asset Balances Table F1202
Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2014
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Assets - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
P1202 - Depreciation Information
F1202 - Fixed Asset Account Balances Table
R12855 - Compute Depreciation
System Code: 12-Fixed Assets
Information Center: Overview of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Assets > Information Center: Using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Assets > Note 757502.1
When trouble shooting to determine why a particular report or user defined depreciation was not calculating correctly, it was noted that the F1202 Fixed Assets Account Balances Table, had inconsistent life month setup for the same ledger and fiscal year when comparing the cost account to the accumulated depreciation account.
The system requires that the life months, depreciation method, compute direction, and initial term of apportionment be the same value for the cost account and accumulated depreciation account for the ledger and year in question.
The life months for the cost record had 36 months for the AA ledger for the current year and the accumulated depreciation account had 120 life months for the AA ledger for the current year.
This can affect the R12855, R120000X Reports (R1200001/R1200002/R1200003/R1200004/R1200005/R1200006/R1200007) or any of the Fixed Asset Reports or Processes.
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