How does the conversion of Asset Accounting to the "standard journal entry" affect legacy data transfers?
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Due to the conversion of Asset Accounting to the standard journal entry, subledger-specific Asset Accounting tables have been abolished. From now on, the contents are set up from standard document persistence at runtime. Consequently, it is no longer possible to handle the general ledger and the asset subledger separately during the legacy data transfer. While the takeover values for each fixed asset were, in the past, written directly to the subledger-specific tables without any integration with the general ledger, you must now post the takeover values against a transfer G/L account as a transfer document.
Consequently, there are also changes to the following process:
Up to now, you could maintain master data and takeover values in one transaction (AS91). The G/L account balances in the transfer G/L account were then manually written in summarized form in a separate step.
In the new solution, the master data continues to be created in AS91 and/or changed in AS92. However, the takeover values are posted separately in the new posting transaction ABLDT. When you do this, a posting is made to the transfer clearing account immediately. In other words, the manual step for the summary write-off is no longer required.
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