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WS: 12: Depreciation Information From a non-Cost, Accumulated Depreciation, or Depreciation Expense Account Used for Depreciation Calculations (P12850) (Doc ID 2170593.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 13, 2019

Applies to:

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


The Calculate Depreciation program, P12850, uses depreciation information associated with a non-cost, accumulated depreciation or depreciation expense record as the basis to calculate depreciation amounts. 

For example, multiple records are set up in the F12003 Ledger Depreciation Rules for a Company and Cost Object, each having different Depreciation Category Code values, and each with different depreciation information.  A maintenance expense or revenue type transaction is posted to an asset in a future year, and there are no other F1202 asset balance file records for the asset in that year. The new F1202 record is created without salvage (prior year records have salvage), and with different depreciation information based on the F12003 records. After the Fixed Asset Close program is run, and the Calculate Depreciation program submitted in the first period of the new fiscal year, the depreciation information associated with the expense or revenue record is used (vs. cost, accumulated depreciation or depreciation expense) as the basis to calculate a depreciation amount which can potentially be incorrect. 





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