Russia Localizations, Backdated Asset Cost Adjustment is not Considered for Depreciation Calculation With Depreciation Basis Rule CLE_F314_FA_CALC_DPR_LIFE_BASE

(Doc ID 2203334.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 18, 2016

Applies to:

EMEA Add-on Localizations - Version 12.1.3 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.1 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Russia Add-on Localizations: 

Backdated cost adjustment is not considered for depreciation calculation with depreciation method CLE_F314_FA_CALC_DPR_LIFE_BASE.

1. Create Asset

Cost: 120,000
Asset Life: 12 months
Asset Life Based Depreciation Method (CLE_F314_FA_CALC_DPR_LIFE_BASE)

2. Run depreciation for Month 1
Depreciation Calculated: 10,000

3. Adjust Asset Cost to 180,000 on Month 2 effective from Month 1

4. Run Depreciation for Asset life (12 Months)

Actual Behavior:


1. Depreciation from month 1 to 8 is calculated as 15,000

2. Depreciation calculated from Month 9 to Month 12 showing as "0" though Net Book Value of the Asset after adjustment is 60,000.

3. Backdated asset cost adjustment is not considered for depreciation calculation.


Expected Behavior:
1. Depreciation should be 15,000 for Month 9 to 12.
2. Net Book Value on Month 12 should be "0".
3. YTD Depreciation should be 180,000.



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