AW01N Overview– This function shows all the values of a fixed asset, including APC values and depreciation, in various forms and summarization levels. Planned values are displayed, as well as values already posted. You use this function to display and analyze asset values from the source
Acess through the menu path-
Accounting-> Financial Accounting
-> Fixed Assets -> Asset -> AW01N – Asset Explorer
Enter the following info
1- The company code to which the asset belongs to.
2-Asset– Enter the asset that you want to view the values for.
3- Fiscal year- Enter the Fiscal year for which you want to view the values.
4- Asset sub number– Enter the asset subnumber for which you want to enter values.
and hit enter ande you will see all the values.
5- Depreciation areas- you can click on the values on the top left to toggle through the different depreciation areas.
You can also access the asset values, but going to tcode AS03 and entering the asset number and then clicking on the asset values
You will be brought to the Aw01N screen.
Click on the posted values tab to see the depreciation that was posted.
You will see the amounts with a green icon if the depreciation was already posted.
And you will see a yellow icon if the depreciation is planned.
This is also a good way to see if your last depreciation run was successful.
Click on the comparision tab to view the depreciation across years.
This is useful when you are trying to see if the depreciation being posted is correct.
You can check SAP’s calculation vs your manual calculation to see which year it is off in.
Click on the Parameters tab to view other usefu info like the Useful life of the asset, dep key etc.
Click on the icon below to go back to the asset master As03
View the asset master details through in this screen. You can click on the other tabs to view additional info.
Note- you can also see the transactions posted to the asset in AW01N.
In the planned values tab, you will see the postings at the bottom of the screen.
Doube click on the transaction and the FI document can be viewed.
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