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Size: 1.88 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/2/2018
Maintaining integrity between your Fixed Asset Module and the General Ledger can be a daunting task and is often left out of balance. In this article, Laurey Godard provides ten (plus one!) suggestions on how to keep these two modules reconciled.  
Size: 900KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:2/12/2013
Chasing down Fixed Assets integrity issues takes a two-sided approach. There are two reports involved - Fixed Assets to G/L, and G/L to Fixed Assets. Running both of these reports will give you the whole picture. This article will walk you through the process of running these reports and show you what to look for on them  
Size: 582 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/21/2011
Get a quick overview of Fixed Assets Entry with a chapter from our Fixed Assets Training Manual.  
Size: 1.11 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:5/11/2009
Fixed Assets interoperability in EnterpriseOne works well, provided you have fat client access and lots of IT support. But even if you do, it's easier to use Excel to import fixed assets into JDE, according to Susan Stooksberry and Betty Townsend. As a bonus, they've also included an Excel spreadsheet template; you can download this zip-file separately (Interoperability Lite - Importing Fixed Assets from Excel.zip)  
As a bonus from our "Interoperability Lite - Importing Fixed Assets from Excel" article, here is the spreadsheet template discussed in the article for you to use for your own Fixed Asset imports.  
Size: 1mg, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/20/2006
In the world of Sox, integrity issues, especially with Fixed Assets, can certainly pose a serious problem. And there is not exactly an obvious auto-correct within this application. Fortunately, we have Bob Demartino to thoroughly take us through the steps needed to research and correct any Fixed Assets integrity issues (and keep the auditors at bay! (NOTE – while this article was written using EnterpriseOne, the functionality is the same in World.  
Size: 500 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
Richard gives us the benefit of his many years of consulting experience by covering the Fixed Asset acquisition process from Purchase Order through Accounts Payable and General Ledger and finally into the Fixed Asset module. Along the way he covers Asset Master Information, Adjustments to Asset Costs, how Fixed Assets work with subledgers, integrity, and separating asset capital cost from consumables expense.  
Size: 730 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2002
The author has eight years experience implementing JDE's Fixed Assets module, and gives a great step by step introduction to User Defined Depreciation. This works in both OneWorld and World Software.  
Size: 200 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2002
Randall specializes in Job Cost and Fixed Assets along with core Financials. If you are implementing Fixed Assets, or even just wondering if you did it the best possible way, this document is an invaluable tool. Every tip applies equally to World Software and OneWorld. Ten tips for the price of one!  

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