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2314863 - Fixed Asset Depreciation Run Error Message

Symptom

You have executed a depreciation run but the run finishes with errors:

  • Derivation for acc.principle ABC, chart of accts XYZ, G/L account 123, Nonsales Object
  • No Functional are could be assigned

Reproducing the Issue

  1. In the Fixed Assets workcenter navigate to Periodic Tasks - Depreciation.
  2. Press New - Fixed Asset Depreciation Run.
  3. Enter a run description, maintain the company and the respective period and year.
  4. Press Start Now to immediately execute the run.
  5. After a few moments a message appears stating Run XYZ finished with errors.
  6. On the top of the screen click on Display Log.
  7. In the Log navigate to the Erroneous Fixed Assets tab and you can see the below error message:
  • Derivation for acc.principle ABC, chart of accts XYZ, G/L account 123, Nonsales Object
  • No Functional are could be assigned

Cause

Since you have scoped to report Income Statement by Function of Expense and maintained the reporting principle as Funct of exp,- the system tries and assign a functional area when it is hitting the G/L Account 123 which is another operational expenses. However - the system failed to assign since it could not find a default functional area for nonsales object or a functional area assigned to this G/L Account in particular in the activity Settings for Income Statements by Function of Expense and Earned Profit Analysis.

Resolution

  1. Go to Business Configuration work center and Implementation Projects view.
  2. Select the project, and select Open Activity List.
  3. Go to tab Fine-Tuning Activities.
  4. Select activity Settings for Income Statements by Function of Expense and Earned Profit Analysis.
  5. Select Functional Area Determination.
  6. Select Add Row in tab Determination Using G/L Accounts.
  7. Input the G/L account 123, and select Functional Area.
  8. Select Save.

 

Keywords

KBA , SRD-CC , Cross Components , How To

Product

SAP BUSINESS BYDESIGN 1708