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Material cost estimate error

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We were having one item in Stock , and we upload it in Stock with our finish good item code. This is having valuation with 'S'.

We billed this item to one customer, but problem is that accounting entry does not passed for this billing.

When we are trying release accounting entry by t code VF02 it show error message. Please see the below error message and suggest a solution to release accounting entry.

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 01:04 PM

    Dear Parkash,

    For the Product FGB000002254 you would have assigned the costing key for which the latest months standard cost estimate has to be transferred.

    while billing COGS is posted to the COPA form CO with available cost estimate, if it is not released u wont be able to do billing. What you have to do is:

    1) Execute CK11N and calculate Cost estimate for this material.

    2) Execute CK24 mark and release the std. price .

    By doing the above steps I think your problem will resolve.



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  • Posted on Dec 28, 2013 at 07:22 AM

    Dear Prakash

    Check you valuation variant and accordingly Cost your FG. Then try again


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    Posted on Dec 29, 2013 at 08:08 AM


    You check whether your finish good have standard cost which was calculated by
    the costing variant of costing key "zsk" defined in configuration of profitability analysis, under : master data->valuation->set up valuation using material cost estimate->define access to standard cost estimates.

    If no, you should calculate std cost with the costing variant of costing key “zsk”.

    Refer to below sample costing variant of costing key.

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