2576043 - Unable to Reverse Partial Transfer of Individual Material Posting due to Error : Asset ABC val.view 1: Transaction Contradicts Net Book Value Rule

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2576043 - Unable to Reverse Partial Transfer of Individual Material Posting due to Error : Asset ABC val.view 1: Transaction Contradicts Net Book Value Rule

Symptom

Unable to reverse already posted partial transfer of individual material due to the error:  Asset ABC val.view 1: Transaction contradicts net book value rule.

Environment

SAP Business Bydesign

Reproducing the Issue

  1. Go to General Ledger work center.
  2. Navigate to Journal Entry Vouchers and enter the source document id XX which is posted in the receiver fixed asset as a result of transfer posting.
  3. Click on Journal Entry Voucher ID XX and Edit.
  4. Click on Reverse.

Cause

Before you apply the reverse of the already posted transfer posting, you need to see if there are any later postings done to the asset which resulted the reduce of the asset value.

For example: Revaluation posting ( Transaction Category: Revaluation ; Line item Type: Write-Up of Depreciation: Current Year ) which adjusted the depreciation amount.

Resolution

  1. Go to Fixed Assets work center.
  2. Fixed Assets view and enter the fixed asset id ABC(represents Fixed Asset Id).
  3. Navigate to Values tab.
  4. Select each Valuation View and see the addtional postings that are posted to this asset apart from the Transaction - Transfer - Receiving.

You notice that Revaluation posted are done, then you need to reverse them by clicking on Source document id > Edit > Reverse.

Repeat this reverse option for all the valuation views and where you see this Revaluation posting. After the later postings like this are reversed then you will be able to reverse the partial transfer posting done this asset.

Keywords

Reverse Partial Transfer, Net Book Value Rule , KBA , how to reverse partial transfer of imat , SRD-FIN-FA , Fixed Assets , Problem

Product

SAP Business ByDesign all versions