ABZE- Acquisition from in house production-Sapsharks - Sapsharks

ABZE- Acquisition from in house production-Sapsharks

ABZE-Acquisition from in house production

This transaction is used to add value to the asset. The asset shell has to be created first using As01

Use the menu path Accounting >> Financial Accounting >> Fixed Assets >> Posting >> Acquisition >> ABZE – In-House Production

or use the tcode ABZE.

There are various ways to add value to the asset.

In most cases, values are added to an asset through a wbs or an internal order settlement.

Leave a comment below if you need a guide for that.

 Enter all the info and click on enter.
Note the transaction type determines many aspects of the posting. Check your transaction type and try a different one if this one doesn't serve the purpose.
Your IT team can also create a new transction type for you.

Enter all the info and click on enter.

Note the transaction type determines many aspects of the posting. Check your transaction type and try a different one if this one doesn’t serve the purpose.

Your IT team can also create a new transction type for you.

 Enter the amount and the Offsetting account for this transaction along with any text.
Once you enter all the info, a good practice is to click on the simulate icon to view the posting before saving. 

Enter the amount and the Offsetting account for this transaction along with any text.

Once you enter all the info, a good practice is to click on the simulate icon to view the posting before saving.

 review the transaction

review the transaction

 if you need to change anything like adding a cost center, click on the pencil icon.

if you need to change anything like adding a cost center, click on the pencil icon.

 and change anything you need.

and change anything you need.

 After making the changes, click on save.

After making the changes, click on save.

 The new asset transction is displayed. You can go to AW01N to view it or AB08 to reverse it in case it is not correct.

The new asset transction is displayed. You can go to AW01N to view it or AB08 to reverse it in case it is not correct.

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