R12 Net Book Value (NBV) Incorrect After Depreciation Rollback on Asset With Impairment (Doc ID 1560363.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 11, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Assets - Version 12.1 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Rollback depreciation is performed for an asset which has a current impairment transaction.  After the rollback of depreciation, the asset's Net Book Value is incorrect because the related impairment data remains for the asset.

Example.
  Before Impairment: 2013-04 (APR-13)
  --------------------------------------------
     Cost                                : 100,000
     DPIS                                : 01-APR-2013
     Deprn method                       : JP-STL 5YR
     YTD depreciation amount             :   1,500
     Accumulated depreciation amount     :   1,500

     Net Book Value  :   98,500


  Run Impairment: 2013-05 (MAY-13)
  --------------------------------------------
      Impairment Loss   : 50,000  

     Cost                                : 100,000
     DPIS                                : 01-APR-2013
     Deprn method                       : JP-STL 5YR
     YTD depreciation amount             :   3,000
     Accumulated depreciation amount     :   3,000
     Impairment Reserve                  :  50,000

     Net Book Value  :   47,000


  After Rollback Depreciation: 2013-05 (MAY-13)
  --------------------------------------------
     Cost                                : 100,000
     YTD depreciation amount             :   1,500
     Accumulated depreciation amount     :   1,500
     DPIS                                : 01-APR-2013
     Deprn method                       : JP-STL 5YR
     Impairment Reserve                  :  50,000

     Net Book Value  :   48,500  <= **** Incorrect

Cause

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