- You run the Fixed Assets Inventory List report for Fixed Asset XYZ-X (XYZ-X represents the Fixed Asset ID), adding the Individual Material attribute.
- You notice two reporting lines for the Fixed Asset,
- one relating to the Fixed Asset's Individual Material ABC* and
- one displaying # in the Individual Material Column.
- For the Individual Material an Acquisition Cost is displayed. However, the Planned Net Book Value displays 0,00 LC (LC stands for Local Currency).
- For the reporting line displaying #, a Planned Net Book value appears, but the Acquisition Cost appears as 0,00 LC.
*(ABCrepresents the Individual Material ID and Name)
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Reproducing the Issue
- In the Fixed Assets work center go to the Reports - List view and open the Fixed Assets - Inventory List report.
- Maintain all mandatory fields (such as Company, Set of Books etc.).
- In the Fixed Asset ID field enter the ID XYZ.
- Press Apply.
- Select View and add the Individual Material attribute to the report.
You notice two reporting lines for the Fixed Asset:
- The first line relates to Individual Material ABC, displaying an Acquisition cost. However, the Planned Net Book Value appears as 0,00 LC.
- The second line displays # in the Individual material Column. Here, the Acquisition Cost appears as 0,00 LC but a Planned Net Book value is displayed.
For Fixed Assets, there are transactions which relate to Individual Materials and transactions which relate to the Fixed Asset as a whole:
- Transactions, such as Acquisitions directly relate to these Individual Materials.
- However, transactions, effecting to a Fixed Asset's Net Book value, such as Depreciation Postings, relate to the whole Fixed Assets rather than the respective Individual Material(s).
Therefore, the Fixed Assets- Inventory List report displays separate reporting lines,
- on one hand, in regards to the Individual Materials, displaying values in the Acquisition Value column and,
- on the other hand, in regards to the whole Fixed Asset, displaying values in the Planned Net Book Value column.
The Fixed Assets - Inventory List report works as designed. To analyze all transactions on a Fixed Asset, use, for example, the Fixed Assets - Line Items report.
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