EAM: Which application uses the Budget data created by the CAP Send to Budgeting process (AMBD1000)?
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9 to 9.2 [Release 9]
PeopleSoft Enterprise EPM Planning & Budgeting - Version 9 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Which application uses the Asset Management Capital Acquisition Planning (CAP) Budget data that is created in the in the BD_ASSET* tables by the Send to Budgeting process (AMBD1000)?
PeopleBooks > PeopleSoft Asset Lifecycle Management Fundamentals 9.1 PeopleBook > Integrating PeopleSoft Asset Management with Other Products
Integrating with Budgeting
This section provides an overview of how to integrate PeopleSoft Asset Management with PeopleSoft Budgeting and discusses how to use the Budgets Interface page.
Understanding How to Integrate with Budgeting
Asset Management provides an interface to Budgeting. To create asset-based budgets, make asset data and depreciation information available to Budgeting. The Asset Management to Budgeting Structured Query Report (SQR) populates the BD_ASSET* tables. Once you run the SQR (AMBD1000.SQR) to populate the asset tables in Budgeting, you can use asset data in Budgeting.
CAPs can be added directly to Asset Management.
Load all assets from a business unit for a specified fiscal year or period range directly into the Budgeting tables to integrate asset information with Budgeting.
Pages Used to Integrate with Budgeting
Page Name: Load Asset Catalog
Definition Name: BD_RUN_AM_ITEM
Navigation: Asset Management, Asset Transactions, Capital Acquisition Planning, Load Budgeting Asset Catalog
Usage: Load the budgeting asset catalog.
Page Name: Run Budgets to AM Interface
Definition Name: RUN_AMBD1000
Navigation: Asset Management, Asset Transactions, Capital Acquisition Planning, Send To Budgeting
Usage: Load all assets from a business unit for a fiscal year or period range that you specify directly into the Budgets tables.
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