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2512968 - Multiple-shift Factor in Transaction AS01/AS02: limit is 2 decimals

Symptom

  • When creating a time-dependent interval in the Asset Master it is not possible to enter a shift factor by more than 2 decimals (e.g. 1,27).
  • You want to enter a shift factor (ANLZ-MSFAK) for three decimals (e.g. 1,275), but standard field ANLZ-MSFAK in transaction AS01/AS02 only allows two decimal places (e.g. 1,27) and generates an undesired depreciation calculation.
  • Can the standard design be changed, or are alternative options available to get a calculation for the 'Multiple-Shift Factor for Multiple Shift Operation' as per your business requirements?




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Environment

  • Financial Accounting (FI)
  • SAP R/3
  • SAP R/3 Enterprise 4.7
  • SAP ERP Central Component
  • SAP ERP
  • SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP
  • SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA
  • SAP S/4HANA Finance
  • SAP S/4HANA

Product

SAP ERP Central Component all versions ; SAP ERP all versions ; SAP R/3 Enterprise all versions ; SAP R/3 all versions ; SAP S/4HANA Finance all versions ; SAP S/4HANA all versions ; SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP all versions ; SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA all versions

Keywords

Asset Master, AS03, Multiple-shift factor for multiple shift operation, ANLZ-MSFAK, Time-Dependent, problem, EA-FIN, new depreciation calculation, BAdI, field lenght 3, digits, numbers, cannot, alternative solution time dependent, AS01, AS02, identify, functionality, require , KBA , FI-AA-AA-B , Transaction Figures / Valuation , FI-AA , Asset Accounting , How To

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