Create Value Type for Fixed Assets

This document explains how you define value types for a company's fixed assets. Value types are used to keep track of any possible value you need to follow up on regarding a certain asset type.


Value types for fixed assets are defined. A value type is a user-defined designated amount for a value.

User-defined value types with ID, name and reverse sign can be entered.

Specific Settings

Monitoring and Reporting

Enter value types when configuring the following programs:

The parameter file (CSYTAB) is updated.

Before you start

Parameters to Set

Program ID/Panel Field The field indicates …
(FAS060/B) Value type

…an identification for a designation of a value type.

Valid values are 01–99.

(FAS060/E) Reverse sign

…whether the value type should be displayed with the reverse sign.

The reverse sign determines whether the value is to be displayed as a positive or negative number in the value list printed in (FAS550).

Follow These Steps

  1. Start 'Fixed Asset Value Type. Open' (FAS060/B).

  2. Enter a value type ID. Click 'New'.

  3. On the E panel, enter a description (required) and name.

  4. Select whether to enter a reverse sign (optional). Press Enter.

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