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R12 Extended Depreciation Causes Wrong Adjusted Cost and EOFY Reserve For Asset Reinstatement After Extended Depreciation Was Canceled (Doc ID 1616892.1)

Last updated on APRIL 26, 2018

Applies to:

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


 When you reinstate the asset which has Extended Depreciation transaction, there is data corruption.

 This problem occurs when the following conditions are met.
  A. When you ran Extended Depreciation, you set past fiscal year on the First Period filed.
  B. Asset has already canceled Extended Depreciation.
  C. Asset has partial retirement transaction before reinstatement.


  1. Addition ***** 2012-03(MAR-11)
    Book Type FA_CORP_BOOK
    Asset ID 123456
    Book Class CORPORATE
    Asset Number 123456
    Cost 2090000
    YTD depreciation amount 0
    Accumulated depreciation amount 2089000
    DPIS 25-JUN-1996
    Depren method JP-DB 7YR
    Salvage value 10%
    Depreciation limit amount 1000 JPY


  2. Run Extended Depreciation ***** 2013-04(APR-13)
    Asset Number 123456
    Avail Extended Depreciation Yes
    First Period APR-12  <= PAST fiscal year


  3. Cancel Extended Depreciation ***** 2013-04(APR-13)
  4. Partial Retirement with current month convention ***** 2013-05(MAY-13)
    Retire Date 31-MAY-2013
    Status PROCESSED
    Cost Retired 500000
    Proceeds of Sale 0
    Cost of Removal 0
    Retirement Type FA_M ( Current month convention)


  5. Reinstatement ***** 2013-05(MAY-13)
    2090000 -208000 2089000 1000 2089000
    2090000 999 2089999 1 2089000
    2090000 -208000 2089000 1000 2089000
    1590000 -158239 1589000 1000 1589239
    2090000 * 1881000 * 2088000 * 2000 * 2088000


    As processsing and cancellation of extended depreciation happens in same year of retirement, trying to reprocess those transaction with standard logic.


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