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What-If Report Shows Negative Amount for Fully-Reserverd Assets with Impairment Amount (Doc ID 2716088.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 04, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Assets Cloud Service - Version 11.13.20.04.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Add a fully-reserverd asset with impairment amount, run what-if report for this asset,
show negative amount for this asset like follows:

Asset Number Period Name Depreciation New Depreciation
TEST001 2020/04 165 165
TEST001 2020/05 165 165
TEST001 2020/06 165 165
TEST001 2020/07 165 165
TEST001 2020/08 165 165
TEST001 2020/09 165 165
TEST001 2020/10 165 165
TEST001 2020/11 -1,155 -1,155

 

STEPS:
1. Add Asset *** 2020/03
   ==========================================
   Asset Number : TEST001
   Cost : 198000
   YTD depreciation amount : 824
   Accumulated depreciation amount : 196840
   Impairment Reserve : 1159
   DPIS : 09/01/2001
   Depren method : JP-STL-EXTND
   Salvage Value : 0
   Depreciation limit amoun : 1
   Period when fully reserved : 2014/9
   First period of extnd depreciation : 2015/4
   Earlier deprn limit : 9900
   Earlier deprn method : JP-STL 1YR
   ==========================================
2. Override the depreciation as 0 for period "2020/03"
3. Close period "2020/03"
4. Fixed Assets > Assets > Perform What-if Analysis
   *Book : KAIKEI
   *Starting Period : 2020/04
   *Currency : JPY
   *Number of Periods : 84

   [Assets to analyze]
   From Asset Number : TEST001
   To Asset Number : TEST001
   Fully reserved : On
5. Report shows the following:

Asset Number Period Name Depreciation New Depreciation
TEST001 2020/04 165 165
TEST001 2020/05 165 165
TEST001 2020/06 165 165
TEST001 2020/07 165 165
TEST001 2020/08 165 165
TEST001 2020/09 165 165
TEST001 2020/10 165 165
TEST001 2020/11 -1,155 -1,155

 



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