R12: What-If Shows Two Records When Period Has Full Retirement and Reinstatement (Doc ID 2062827.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 05, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Assets - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

What-If Depreciation Report shows two records for same period. One is amount for Full Retirement and the other is amount for Reinstatement.
This period has Full Retirement and Reinstatement transactions.

Reproduced Steps

  1. Addition ***** 2015-04(APR-15)
    Book : FA_BOOK
    Asset Number : FA_BOOK-01
    Cost : 100000
    YTD depreciation amount : 0
    Accumulated depreciation amount : 0
    DPIS : 01-APR-2015
    Depren method : JP-STL 5YR
    Salvage value : 10%
    Depreciation limit amount : 95%

     

  2. Full Retirement ***** 2015-05(MAY-15)
    Retire Date : 01-MAY-2015
    Cost Retired : 100000
    Proceeds of Sale : 0
    Cost of Removal : 0
    Retirement Type : Current month

     

  3. Reinstatement ***** 2015-05(MAY-15)
  4. Run What-If Analysis Program ***** 2015-06(JUL-15)
    Book : FA_BOOK
    Currency : JPY
    Start Period : APR-15  <= Set previous period
    Number of period : 5
    Assets Number : FA_BOOK-01
    Analyze Fully Reserved Asses : Yes

    What-If Depreciation Report
    ============================
    Period                                      New
    Name              Cost Depreciation Depreciation
    -------- ------------- ------------ ------------
    APR-15        100,000        1,500        1,500
    MAY-15              0            0            0
    MAY-15        100,000        1,500        1,500
    JUN-15        100,000        1,500        1,500
    JUL-15        100,000        1,500        1,500
    AUG-15        100,000        1,500        1,500


    => MAY-15 has two records.

 

Cause

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