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Valuated Stock/Non-Valuated Stock or No Stock for Valuated Sale Stock Case

Dear All,

We are using Valuated Sales Order Stock for MTO/MTS Scenario with PP. Now, we want to use Project WBS for Monitoring and tracking cost of Projects using Project System and PS Cash Management Integration (WBS will be attached in Sales Order Line Item).

Let me know which Stock I need to use for this in Project Profile. i.e. Valuated Stock/Non-Valuated Stock or No Stock.

Please note that we are using Project WBS Only for better cost monitoring and for high level reporting.

Kindly Provide me your comment on same.

Regards

Atul Rajmane

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 07:16 AM

    Hi Atul,

    the consulting note 533207 is a good one, should give you more details.

    From my point of view, to fulfill your requirement the valuated stock should be used. The main purpose of valuated stock is to have more detailed costs information

    Kind regards,

    Zhenbo

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    • Former Member Atul Rajmane

      "The Purpose of having WBS is for better cost monitoring, which with statistical wbs possible but, again we cant directly assign statistical WBS in SD Order as its required Internal Order Assignment." Are you account assigning an Internal Order to Sales Order line item? I don't understand.

      If you are using valuated sales order stock where is the cost of sales being posted?

      It doesn't make sense to use Project Systems if you are only using a single WBS element. The WBS hierarchy structure allows a more detailed cost segregation. But it doesn't sound like you are doing that.

      You should be able to get the detailed reporting you need from the sales order.

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