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Sale Order Costing

Hi

While doing sale order costing for header material system is picking standarad price for lower level Raw material. Whereas Raw material is at price indicator 'V'. All thing MAP of Raw Material, valuation statregy is all ok.

Is it due to spilt valuation is on Raw materail or any other reason if yes pls guide system behaviour in detail & any way out as we want 'MAP' of Raw material in sale order costing

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AM

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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2015 at 10:40 AM

    Hi

    Check costing variant assign in req class of your sales order where valuation variant is assign and check the valuation strategy ..I thing it may be standard cost at first place.

    Kamal

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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2015 at 12:09 PM

    Hi

    Seems that the valuation variant assigned in the costing variant used in requirement class has 'std cost' as the first strategy and in your RM material master 'Do not cost' check box is not ticked at costing 2 tab.

    For now, change the strategies for material valuation in valuation class. It should have 'Price as per price control' at first place. It should solve the issue.

    Further, You should tick 'Do Not Cost' check box on all material master which are bought out. So when you run the cost estimate for your SFGs or FGs system will not cost your RMs and update them with std cost.

    Regards

    Rajneesh Saxena

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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2015 at 02:07 AM

    Hi,

    If your RM is split valuated, costing will use the price from the header segment of your RM, unless you specify a default valuation type in the valuation category (split valuation customizing).

    Try to look at this and let me know if it helps.

    regards

    Ali

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    • sorry my mistake. The custo in split valuation is used to release a standard cost estimate at the valuation type level.

      For your case, the value of the RM is take from the header segment of the material master. So your header RM must be set as S price control, right?

      If you want the system to use the valuation type segment, you will need to use procurement alternative, where you can create a proc. alternative for each valuation type you want to use in your costing.

      hope that helps.

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