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In general if you imported an asset and something is not working right, I would suspect something either went wrong with the import or the data in the import was incorrect. FA_Locate_Books_Not_Fully_Depreciated Return code 2 on script FA_Depreciator. So instead we created a custom mmddyy format which was also 6 digits. Since we have only one book it seems pointless to have to select it at almost every window that requires the book. weblink

It only does this with some of the assets, not all of them. We are attempting to reconcile our tax depreciation information in GP with that of our tax prep people, so that we can make use of GP for reporting tax depreciation in Then GP assigns the same number to the RETIREEVENT column in the FA00700 table. I selected the option to recalculate YEAR. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2827044

Better yet, create a Test Company with a copy of live data KB871973 - "How to set up a test company that has a copy of live company data ". When you are retiring an asset, GP first looks at the FA41700 table and increments the RETIREEVENT number. Thanks.

  • I think it's a bug in the GP2013 macro that it tries to put in the currency ID even when multicurrency is not being used.
  • Depreciation and GL Posting ran just fine with no errors.
  • SARAS Reply Nathan MacPherson Suggested Answer Nathan MacPherson responded on 4 Sep 2012 5:49 AM TRY THIS: This is most often cause by unsynchronized retire events.
  • If so, then no, not out-of-the-box.
  • Are you possibly including the currency ID in the import instead of omitting it? -Victoria LikeLike Pam Robertson Reply February 21, 2013 at 3:35 pm We have the column, and I
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  • Then GP assigns the same number to the RETIREEVENT column in the FA00700 table.
  • LikeLike Victoria Yudin Reply June 29, 2010 at 6:10 am NG, This is not something I can easily answer without additional testing.
  • However, a public utility would depreciate the asset at an "approved" rate each year the asset was in service, regardless of the net book value.

Then the error message came up. Initially I thought that I could use the import feature to import the basic depreciation information, and then use a macro to enter the 179 and misc. Please try the request again. I would try (a) seeing if there are transactions waiting to go to the GL by checking the Financial Detail Inquiry for the asset (Inquiry > Fixed Assets > Financial Detail)

I have followed the instructions from the manual (or at least I thought I did) and like you said, not brain surgery, but not exactly a walk in the park either. The customer is not using multicurrency, so yes, the field is disabled. The book was set to 2014. https://community.dynamics.com/gp/f/32/t/43465 The transaction credits the clearing account and debits the equipment account.

Do you know why i am getting the abover error? LikeLike Victoria Yudin Reply September 30, 2010 at 3:20 am FEK, It looks like KB Article 939282 can help you fix this. -Victoria LikeLike Jeff Reply August 24, 2010 at 2:30 Reply SARAS Works For Dynamic Business Solution Sdn Bhd in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia My Badges SARAS responded on 5 Sep 2012 12:07 AM Hi Nathan, In my case, there were more if we change the account group on the general tab, any future depreciation goes to the correct accounts (i think previous depreciation is corrected as well, don't quote me though) but

I was able to get the depreciation amounts to match between the old system and the imported data in GP as of Period 6. https://community.dynamics.com/gp/f/32/t/131873 I will probably need to log with MS Support, but wanted to start the thread anyway - it will be useful to have any final resolution here as well. Just a question: is there a way to get GP to automatically fill in the FA Book for you. This Credit account would not be correct, and should be changed to some other Credit account.

They had not run the year end process at 12/31/13. have a peek at these guys The regional settings on the computer where you are running this - the short date should be MM/DD/YYYY (or DD/MM/YYYY if that is what your GP is using). 2. Also, I think we may be starting to get into an area that would be considered billable consulting. The "depreciate" button in depreciate process information window in the routines…is disabled.

LikeLike Victoria Yudin Reply December 28, 2016 at 7:12 am Good morning, Unfortunately, this is not possible without customizing every window involved. I've now retired the asset but it still says complains about account missing when attempting GL posting. LikeLike Victoria Yudin Reply April 29, 2013 at 7:03 am Hi Stewart, Property Types are hard-coded, so I do not believe there is a table for them. check over here It may also be what is causing an issue here.

Does that explain the issue more clearly? I retired the assets, went to gl posting but it comes out blank… ?? This is a great resource!

in Lexington, KY LinkedIn My Badges Suggested Answer Jason Burgess responded on 19 Jan 2016 3:03 PM I was able to fix this issue by rebuilding the FA calendar.

Check table FA40203. – Last Updated: December 11, 2015 Share this:EmailPrintTweetLike this:Like Loading... 202 Responses to "Fixed Assets Tables" guidokuwasblog Reply December 28, 2016 at 7:01 am Hi Victoria, thank you for How did you fix this problem and how can you figure out what line 24 is ? Could it be the upload .txt file date field is not formatted properly? You bring up an interesting point though, what is the primary use of SL Remaining in regards to assets for Book or Internal use?

Are you able to delete and manually re-enter one of these assets? This in itself is not a problem but the issue arises because the quarter starts from the place in service date of each asset and not the quarter dates of the I checked the knowledge base and thought i would try here as well. this content running the next month of depreciation doesn't do it.

If you have a test company set up, I would test entering one asset in the same way that yours are set up and depreciated and another with monthly 2010 depreciation, LikeLike Tony Reply March 6, 2013 at 12:16 pm Can we have an Asset with Negative Acquisition Cost? Is it possible we can make a SQL script to perform the job? To do this - have a look at the following article: support.microsoft.com/.../874133 Ian.

Victoria YudinDynamics GP MVP 2005 - 2008Flexible Solutions - home of GP Reportshttp://www.flex-solutions.com/gpreports.htmlblog: http://victoriayudin.com RE: MS Dynamics GP 9.0 Fixed Assets Error Code 16 Drive01 (TechnicalUser) (OP) 8 Dec 08 16:05 I have successfully uploaded a couple asset groups but am now getting the same error msg you got "Field on window is inactive or disabled (Line 24)" not 22 like yours Catherine LikeLike Jeff Reply August 5, 2010 at 9:29 am Hi Victoria, I am a big fan of your Blogs. LikeLike Victoria Yudin Reply January 10, 2013 at 5:44 am Fazil, This is most likely not a permissions issue.