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R12.1: FAXWHTIF: What-if Analysis Calculates Wrong Amount at 60th Period with JP-STL-EXTND Assets (Doc ID 2000270.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Assets - Version 12.1.3 and later
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What-If Analysis Program calculates wrong amount at 60th period with JP-STL-EXTND assets.

This issue occurs when user runs this program for 60th periods more with JP-STL-EXTND assets.
This issue does not occur at the end of JP-STL-EXTND period.

Reproduced Steps

  1. 2014-03(MAR-14) ***** Addition
    Book Type FA_CORP_BOOK
    Book Class CORPORATE
    Asset Number FA_CORP_01
    Cost 100000
    YTD depreciation amount 0
    Accumulated depreciation amount 0
    DPIS 01-MAR-2005
    Depren method JP-DB 2YR
    Salvage value 10%
    Depreciation limit amount 95%


  2. 2014-04(APR-14) ***** Run Extended Depreciation

  3. 2015-05(MAY-15) ***** Run What-If Analysis Program
    Currency JPY
    Start Period MAY-15
    Number of period 60
    Assets Number FA_CORP_01
    Analyze Fully Reserved Asses Yes

    What-If Depreciation Report
    Asset               Period   Fiscal                       New
    Number    Desc      Name     Year    Depreciation Depreciation
    ------------------- -------- ------- ------------ ------------
    FA_CORP_BOOK        NOV-19   2019              0            0
                        DEC-19   2019              0            0
                        JAN-20   2019              0            0
                        FEB-20   2019              0            0
                        MAR-20   2019              0            0
                        APR-20   2020         96,083       96,083 <= 60th period






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