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former_member806481
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I am doing the asset settlement reverse, however in the details list it does not takes the WBS element which is having a capitalization date.

to make it clear :

I have a project in which there are 2 WBS elements one is having a capitaliztion date of 12.02.2022 and the other one does not have a capitalization date.

The interest is calculated for 12 days for the one having capitalization date.

The interest is calculated for the entire month if the capitalization date is not there.

On reversal it does not takes the WBS ELEMENT with the Capitalization date.

any solution for this.

gabmarian
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Please use the correct tag(s) for this question:

  • PLM Project System (PS)
  • FIN Asset Accounting
Paulo_Vitoriano
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Maybe you can post your CJI3 before and after reversal. Your issue is not clear in the way you have described it...

former_member806481
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ok maybe i have not described it clearly

Lets say a WBS element is capitalized on 12.02.2022 then on executing CJZ2 tcode it should calculate the interest for the period of 12 days only (so this is done by doing an implicit enhancement)

If the WBS element is not capitalized then on executing CJZ2 tcode the interest should be calculated for the entire month ( 28 days of Feb)

So now when i am doing the reversal using CJZ2 tcode again in the output the wbs element with the capitalized date is not showing

Below is the WBS element with Capitalization date

On reversal I am not able to see this WBS element in the output

Paulo_Vitoriano
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I would assume that both WBS are part of the same project, as CJZ2 is the transaction for individual project.

Please check that Interest has been calculated and posted for both WBS at first place.

Next you will be able to validate if the reversal works properly and/or if your enhancement works properly at first place.

That you should clearly see from the CJI3.

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