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E1: 12: R12108 Fixed Asset Transfer FAQ (Doc ID 786318.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 14, 2018

Applies to:

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

Purpose

This document will address specific commonly asked questions on the fixed asset transfer process when using the Fixed Asset Transfer program (R12108).  Also use E1: 12: R12108 Asset Transfer Setup Document 1385334.1 for setup and full details, and E1: 12: R12108 Fixed Asset Transfer Troubleshooting Errors Document 1567786.1 for troubleshooting errors.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Can fixed assets be transferred between two different companies?
 Question 2:  How do Intercompany Settlements affect the Fixed Asset Transfer Process?
 Question 3:  Why do depreciation expense amounts recorded in prior periods not get transferred?
 Question 4:  How can an asset transfer be reversed?
 Question 5:  Can assets with subledgers be transferred?
 Question 6:  It is invalid to delete or void a posted record?
 Question 7:  How can assets be transferred from an established subsidiary account to a "Blank" subsidiary account?
 Question 8:  When an asset is transferred at any date other than the period end, the R12108 report says "No Changes Made Because of Errors". 
 Question 9:  Can assets with subledgers be transferred?
 Question 10:  Are there problems running depreciation when using subledgers?
 Question 11: Can the Rate Table (RTTB) and Rate Group (RTGR) fields in the F1204 (Location Tracking Table) be changed when transferring an asset's location?
 Question 12: If the AA Ledger and the Tax Ledger are not using the same cost and accumulated depreciation account will the transfer program sync them up?
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