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WS: 12: Troubleshooting Compute Depreciation (P12850 and P12855) (Doc ID 1536226.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Fixed Assets - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


To describe the errors or issues you might encounter when you run Compute Depreciation (P12850) and Compute UDD Depreciation (P12855).

Troubleshooting Steps

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Troubleshooting Steps
 Issue 1:  The program did not compute depreciation for a specific asset or ledger.
 Issue 2:  The system prints the message, "Invalid Accum Dep Acct/Post Edit Code Error", on the depreciation journal.
 Issue 3:  After upgrading from release A7.3 to A9.x, depreciation batches appear in a Pending status even though the processing option is set to automatically submit the post.
 Issue 4: The system did not calculate depreciation based on the date entered in the Date Depreciation Started field (DSD) that displays for the asset on the Depr & Accounting Values screen (P1202). 
 Issue 5: The system uses the net book value (NBV) as the basis for depreciation instead of cost. 
 Issue 6:  The system prints the message, "This depreciation start date is invalid", on the depreciation journal. 
 Issue 7: The system did not calculate depreciation based on the life months that display for the asset on the Depr & Accounting Values screen (P1202).
 Issue 8: Journal entries not generated because processing option, "Transaction creation selection for the AA ledger", was set to 1 to not create F0911 records. How can you enter JEs for the corresponding depreciation amounts without adversely affecting Fixed Assets?
 Issue 9: Compute UDD Depreciation (P12855) uses the wrong cost value.
 Issue 10: The message, *** Date pattern missing for asset ***, prints on the Depreciation Journal when you run Compute Depreciation (P12850).
 Issue 11: Current year assets do not appear on the Depreciation Journal until you run it for mid-year, even though the apportionment code (ITAC) assigned to the asset’s F1202 record does not use a mid-year convention. Additionally, when you run Compute Deprecation (P12850) in final mode, the program updates the value of ITAC to Y (mid-year convention) on the asset’s F1202 record for the AA ledger. Why?
 Issue 12: Compute UDD Depreciation (P12855) returns error Asset Number . . . . # DM= 01 Special Handling code in UDC 12/DM not 1. Why?
 Issue 13: When you run Compute UDD Depreciation (P12855), the program calculates negative depreciation on some assets.  In other words, the value of net book value (NBV) increases.

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