EAM: Salvage Value Not Reflecting Correcting In COST Table After Mass Transaction
(Doc ID 2215909.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 12, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When performing a cost adjustment for an asset using the Mass Transaction Manager "ADJ – Asset Cost Adjustment" Template, SALVAGE_PCT is a user entered criterion. With the objective of not calculating depreciation, 100% salvage percent is entered. Once the data is loaded into the ps_intfc_fin table, the SALVAGE_PCT field is 1, i.e. 100%. But when this transaction is loaded into the AM tables after running the AMIF1000 process, the salvage value is zero. The expected value should be the as same the adjusted cost.
Entering the salvage percent on the Run Control for MTM for the "ADJ – Asset Cost Adjustment" Template should cause the salvage value to be calculated based on current salvage value of
an asset and the percentage that we entered.
This issue can be verified via the following steps:
1) Submit the MTM Tool for the "ADJ – Asset Cost Adjustment" Template with a cost percentage for the adjustment and a salvage percentage of the calculated cost adjustment.
2) Load the interface data into the AM Tables via AMIF1000.
3) Run AM_DEPR_CALC.
4) Check the ps_cost table and the resulting depreciation for expected values.
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