WS: 12: Elements 15 and 16-Incorrect Values When Date Pattern Has Adjustment Periods (P12855) (Doc ID 1909929.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2015

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Fixed Assets - Version A9.3 cume 1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When the date pattern attached to a company has year end adjustment periods; periods 12, 13 and 14 have different period end dates, the Compute UDD Depreciation program (P12855) does not derive at the correct value for Element 15 (Life Days Remaining-Beg of Yr) nor Element 16 (Life Days to Depreciate-CY).  For example, the date pattern has 12 normal number of periods with two year end adjustment periods, period 12 ends on 12/29/XX, period 13 ends on 12/30/XX, and period 14 ends on 12/31/XX, Element 15 is short two days in the life of the asset and Element 16 is short two days for the current year.  If the date pattern has 12 normal number of periods with a single year end adjustment period, period 12 ends on 12/30/XX, periods 13 and 14 end on 12/31/XX, Element 15 is short one day for the life of the asset and Element 16 is short one day for the current year.  As a result, the depreciation calculations are not correct. 

Cause

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