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COGS with Account-based CO-PA

I have implemented CO-PA many times, but only costing-based. At my current client, a decision has been taken to implement account-based CO-PA only.

I am wondering what I should do with the COGS account, in this case. With costing-based I would not create a Cost Element, but with account-based , am I correct in thinking a Cost Element is required for COGS?

Should it be Category 1 or 12?

Many thanks for your assistance.

Marc H

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2014 at 03:00 AM


    Yes you have to create...and that's cat 1

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