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Std Cost for RM

Dear Experts,

I have run std cost estimation through Ck40N (1st of August). All FG/SFG as well as the RM also updated with Std cost in Costing view2.

Again want to see the FG cost today through Ck11N. It has been observed that all Raw materials are updated with Std cost... even Price Control “V” maintained in the material master. Valuation variant maintained “Moving Average Price”..

Could you let me why RM is picking Std price????

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2013 at 03:08 PM

    Hello,

    Yes irrespective of price control indicator for RM system will update Standard price

    Raw Materials are part of BOM, so system always calculate their prices to reach at price of finish product, but system does not post any price change document for raw materials.

    understand Cost Roll Up

    For SFG price Moving Avg Price will get picked from material master of RM (Which are maintain in BOM of SFG ) as RM is maintain with indicator V.

    for FG standard price will get picked from material mater of SFG (Which are maintain in BOM of FG ) if SFG is maintain with indicator S.

    I hope it helps

    Best regards

    Hrusikesh

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2013 at 04:12 PM

    Dear Friend (Pls mention your name)

    First of all Don't worry Standard price updated in material master is statistical only. It is not going to disturb any of your calculations or systems.

    Secondly, This is standard behavior of SAP that at the time of Standard Cost run it Costs all the material inside the BOM and update standard prices in material master under costing views at the time of release of standard cost.

    To avoid above situation you need to mark all materials (having price control 'V', may it be raw materials or any other material type) as "DO NOT COST" in costing 1 tab of material master.

    This will solve the issue.

    Regards

    Rajneesh Saxena

    Please don't feel shy in mentioning your name as we all are learners and at help of each other.😉

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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2013 at 05:30 AM

    Hi

    This is the diff between CK40N and CK11N.. If you cost an FG from CK11N, it wont release price for raw materials,, however, CK40 would do

    Nevertheless, it has no impact as Rajneesh said

    To avoid this, either switch on DO NOT COST, as Rajneesh said or put all these materials in the exclusion list in CK40N... When you input the materials to be costed, click on multiple selection button and exclude all those which you want

    Br, Ajay M

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2013 at 05:55 AM

    Hi..

    If you execute standard cost calculation using CK40N
    t-code, standard costing standard function select raw material of BOM for FG and SG

    as well as FG and SG through bom explosion function.

    If you want to exclude raw material, you can set parameters in costing run
    selection screen for eliminating raw material.

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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2013 at 06:26 AM

    Hi,

    In CK11N, we do cost estimate for semi/finished goods individually. So, values will be updated with price contol S. Whereas, in CK40N, if you calculate at plant level, standard cost will be updated with price control S for all the material types i.e. Raw mat, Semi fin and Finish goods.

    If dont want to include Raw material in the costing run, either switch on "Do not Cost" indicator for all raw materials or run costing thorough CK40N for only Semi and finished material types, which will not update standard price for raw materials.

    Other way, if semi and finished goods material count is less, directly give the required materials in the costing run.

    BR, Srinivas Salpala

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 12:46 PM

    closed the issue

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