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KP06 layouts 1-101 , 1-102

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the question is ..... what is the difference between layout1-101 and 1-102 in the t-code KP06? How do both things work? If possible, ....

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babu


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  • Posted on Sep 27, 2014 at 08:42 AM

    Hi Babu,

    The layout 1-101 is used to plan costs with activity dependant or activity independent for cost centres with various cost elements.

    The layout 1-102 is used for activity input planning for the cost centre. Here we distribute the activities from one cost centre to another one.

    Regards,

    Mukthar

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    • Former Member Mukthar Ali Ahamed N

      Babu,


      In KP06 layout 1-101 will use for activity dependent and activity independent planning, in activity dependent planning we will plan in cost center, cost element and activity type combination, in activity independent planning will use cost center, cost element and as per the splitting structure the cost will split at the time of plan splitting (KSS4) and actual splitting (KSS2).


      In the layout 1-102 you can transfer the cost center and activity cost from one production cost center to other.


      Regards,


      Ravi

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