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commitment\statistical cost\actua cost

Hi All,

The process of PR\PO\GR have already been done in the last year, statistical cost came to project when I do the Goods Receipt (GR).

In this current year, when I do the goods issue, the real actual cost will hit project.

In this scenerio, the budget is assigned for yearly, but the actual cost is consume last year budegt, no budget in current year.

The budget and actual cost do not match in one year.

I look forwards to all the SAP Experts how to think about this scenerio.

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  • Posted on May 01, 2015 at 03:53 AM

    Hello Jie,

    check in your case two time budget had been used 1st at the time of GRN and 2nd at the time of GI to project.

    so butdget consumption might be double let say if GRN is 100 Rs and GI 100 then total actual cost would be 200 Rs and budget should be as 200

    so if this is not happend with you then can you please share CJi3 and cj30 screenshot for compare.

    as you said cost came statistical then may be the reason for not matching actual cost and budget.

    Regards

    Sanjeev

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    • Former Member sanjeev chauhan

      Hi,

      That is what I say the budget and real actual cost do not match, and why actual cost only 100 but need to release total budget 200.

      BTW, goods receipt to the project stock but no consume ( GI ) , why GR lead to actual cost increase 100 ?

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    Posted on May 04, 2015 at 04:08 AM

    Hi Jie,

    Just want to check few things,

    I believe the Budget control is based on Annual Release value and not Overall Release Value (can check in Budget Profile)?

    If it is Annual, have you performed Commitment and Budget carry-forward function?

    Regards,

    DP

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thank you for your reply.

      Budget control is based on annual value, and not perform t-code CJCF CJCO.

      The last year have done PR PO GR, and goods issue postings in current year.

      The client confirm just value type 04 as actual cost, so no budget and actual cost 100 in current year, budget 100 and no cost in last year, that what I say budget and cost no match in one year.

      This case is test success in system, because value type 11 have value 100 as cost in last year, type 11 value -100 and type 04 value 100 ( total cost 0 as cost ) in current year, so last year have budget 100 and cost 100, the current year have budget 0 and cost 0.

      The client ask me why the receipt will take up the budget, this time there is no delivery, no actual cost.

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    Posted on May 04, 2015 at 08:59 AM

    Hi,

    In my tests, the current year can do goods receipt without budget, because the actual cost is increased by 100, the statistical cost decreased by 100.

    Another problem, who can tell me why the receipt will take up the budget, this time there is no delivery, no actual cost.

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    Posted on May 05, 2015 at 03:16 AM

    Hi,

    I am using valuated stock in my project, after cancle the cost element for inventory account, commitment for PO PR and statistical cost for GR both not appearling on WBS, just GI lead to actual cost.

    Who know statistical cost element not cretaed, but commitment raise?

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