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Order amount is not settled fully

Dear All,

While settling order, some balance is left in the order. We dont have WIP scenario in our case. So, all the different amount between actual and target should be go under variance. Let me explain you clearly. FG is having standard price. we have confirmed all activities and done GR fully. Here assume, total actual cost is 10000 INR and GR amount is 2000 INR. When I calculated variance, it should give INR8000 but its showing around INR 3000. When I check variance details, target cost is showing as 2000, actual cost is showing as 7000 INR and allocation cost is showing as INR4000.

Also, system is calculating the variance by performing actual cost - allocation cost. To my knowledge, I spent actual cost 10000 INR and GR cost is 2000 INR. So, variance would be 10000-2000 INR = INR8000. But, why it is giving different variance amount.

Some one provide inputs on the same.

Regards

Ram

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 01:39 AM

    Hi..

    In case of using production order, you can analysis the detail for the variance using t-code KKBC_ORD.

    In case of using cost collector, you can analysis the detail for the variance using t-code KKBC_PKO.

    When you execute t-code kkbc_ord or kkbc_pko, you should set closing period using time frame
    condition in selection screen.

    Using result screen of kkbc_ord or kkbc_pko, you can analysis the difference as below picture.


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  • Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 04:57 AM

    Check the dates when the cost was posted. It could be that 3000 (10000 cost which you think minus 7000 which system shows) might be posted after variance calculation is performed.

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