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EAM: GA/GL Meager Value Is Coming During Partial Retirement  (Doc ID 2809630.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 29, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

GA/GL meager value is coming during partial retirement.

Steps:

   1. Add asset through Basic Add:

   2. Run DPR.

   3. Run Accounting Entry.

   4. Perform partial RET:

   5. Run Load into AM.

   6. Run Depreciation.

   7. Perform 2nd partial RET:

   8. Run Load into AM.

   9. Run Depreciation.
  10. Run Accounting Entry.
  11. Review PS_RETIREMENT TABLE:

Unit Asset ID Book Name Date/Time Retire Dt Convention End Depr Ret Type Quantity Retire Amt Accum Depr Gain/Loss
IND01 000000000003 CORP 02.04.2021 02:17 11.03.2021 AD 11.03.2021 S -32,0000 -648832,000 -648831,990 -0,010
IND01 000000000003 CORP 02.04.2021 02:26 25.02.2021 AD 25.02.2021 S -226,0000 -4582376,000 -4582376,000 0,000
IND01 000000000003 TAX 02.04.2021 02:17 11.03.2021 AD 11.03.2021 S -32,0000 -648832,000 -647830,380 -1001,620
IND01 000000000003 TAX 02.04.2021 02:26 25.02.2021 AD 25.02.2021 S -226,0000 -4582376,000 -4574299,870 -8076,130

 Note: The meager value is coming when performing partial RET. GA/GL of -0.010 is generated during partial retirement.
 The expectation is Retire Amt. = Acum Depr. and no meager value should come under GA/GL.

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Cause

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