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OTBI 'Fixed Asset - Depreciation Real Time' Is Showing Unexpected Depreciation Reserve Amounts for Assets with Backdated DPIS after Migration. (Doc ID 2676621.1)

Last updated on JUNE 02, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Assets Cloud Service - Version 11.13.20.01.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The OTBI 'Fixed Asset - Depreciation Real Time' analysis has been ran with filter on "Depreciation Source Code" = 'D', with the purpose of reviewing the depreciation reserve amounts right after data migration from legacy system.

Taking the example of 2 assets:
1) asset number 1, loaded with backdated DPIS and without Depreciation Reserve already provided in the addition transaction. For this asset the system calculated catch-up depreciation.
2) asset number 2, loaded with backdated DPIS and with Depreciation Reserve already provided in the addition transaction. For this asset the system did not calculate catch-up depreciation, since accumulated depreciation was already provided.

For asset 1, the OTBI analysis displays the Depreciation Reserve = 0.

For asset 2, the OTBI analysis displays the Depreciation Reserve = 5579.95.

Expected behavior would have been for both assets to display the accumulated depreciation as seen in Asset Inquiry.

Cause

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