Note This behavior may also occur if an asset has a depreciation method of No Depreciation. If that is the case, you can click through the message. This issue was logged as Quality Issue #63786 and was resolved in Service Pack 4 (SP4) for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and in SP1 for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.
Partial open assets may also trigger this error. That scenario is currently being investigated.
- On the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, click Tools, point to Utilities, point to Fixed Assets, and then click Build Calendar. Click the Inquire button, and then confirm the last day of the year.
- On the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, click Tools, point to Utilities, point to Fixed Assets, and then click Depreciate. Run the depreciation process to the last day of the year.
- Run the following script in SQL Server Management Studio against the company database to determine whether there are other assets that have not been depreciated to the last day of the year.
select Distinct a.ASSETID, b.DEPRTODATE from FA00100 a, FA00200 b, FA40200 c where a.ASSETINDEX=b.ASSETINDEX and c.BOOKINDX=b.BOOKINDX and a.ASSETSTATUS not in (3,4) and b.FULLYDEPRFLAG='N' and b.DEPRTODATE < (select top 1 PERIODENDDATE from FA42100 where FISCALYEAR='YYYY' order by PERIODID desc) and b.DEPRECIATIONMETHOD <> 15
- The No Depreciation method that was described in the "Cause" section
- Partial open assets
- For versions that are earlier than SP4 for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 (before version 11.00.2248) and earlier than SP1 for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 (before version 12.00.1333), run the following script in SQL Server Management Studio against the company database:
SELECT * FROM FA00200 WHERE DEPRECIATIONMETHOD = 15
Article ID: 2929773 - Last Review: 25 May 2017 - Revision: 3