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WS: 12: Using Multi-Currency with Fixed Assets (Doc ID 627109.1)

Last updated on JULY 03, 2018

Applies to:

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

Goal

The Fixed Asset system is not compatible with multi-currency processing. The system stores amounts in the Fixed Assets system in the currency that is assigned to the company.  For example, if the company is Canadian (currency code is CAD), the fixed asset amounts represent Canadian dollars. You can not process foreign transactions in the Fixed Assets system.

This document describes and illustrates how to maintain assets in a single alternate currency in a multi-currency environment using the Detailed Currency Restatement program.

Solution

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Goal
Solution
 1.  UDC Tables and Ledger Type Rules (by release):
  2.  Depreciation Default Coding (P12002-Release A73) or Ledger Depreciation Rules (P12003-  Releases A81 and above) for the AA, XA and any tax ledgers.
 3.  Create asset master record in Master Information (P1201).
 4.  Enter the journal entry or accounts payable voucher for cost of the new asset.
 5.  Post the batch created in step 4 to the general ledger (create the XA ledger cost record using the Detailed Currency Restatement processing option in P09800 post job, or submit the Detailed Currency Restatement (P11411) directly from the Mulit-Currency Financial Restatement menu).
 6.  Post both the AA ledger batch and XA ledger batch to Fixed Assets.
 7.  Run Compute Depreciation (P12850) or Compute UDD Depreciation (P12855).
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