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Oracle Assets Troubleshooting Guide For Mass Revaluation (Doc ID 2231482.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Assets - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 A troubleshooting guide for Mass Revaluation Issues

Troubleshooting Steps

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Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 1. While query a book in mass revaluation window not able to find the book in Book LOV
 2. Why fully reserved asset are not appearing in asset number LOV?
 3. What kind of assets cannot be revalued or restrictions?
 4. Why do some fully reserved assets get revalued, but others do not?
 5. At what levels Mass revaluation can be run?
 6. How to reverse a mass revaluation once posted?
 7. Mass revaluation does not revalue asset with 0% rate
 8. Can we change revaluation date in Mass revaluation form?
 9. Why mass revaluation is not defaulting the revaluation date as last date of current open period?
 10. Duplicate records are present in mass revaluation preview report
 11. Mass revaluation Errors: Depreciation has been processed for this asset for the current period in book.Please rollback depreciation or close the current period to perform this transaction.
 12. Mass Revaluation Program errors with following message: ORA-01403:  no data found
 13. Mass Revaluation errors with: a. APP-OFA-48400 or APP-FND-01564 or ORACLE 1041 on FDPCLS
 14. Mass Revaluation Preview Report does not display complete asset number for “Asset Number” field if asset number is greater than 12 character
 15. Mass revaluation fails with Signal 11 error
 16.  Mass revaluation fails with Signal 4 error
 17. Is it possible to change the Status from Preview to Normal status so that we can add new assets in the Same Mass Transaction Number?
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