Jul 062011

Real depreciation area is commonly used depreciation area that actually stores values in database. Derived depreciation areas do not store values in database. The values are calculated using mathematical formula based on 2 or more real depreciation area.

For example, you can use derived depreciation area to calculate difference between Local GAAP and IFRS. Derived depreciation areas should be allowed to have all values (for Acquisition, NBV etc).

 July 6, 2011    Add comments

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