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Split COGS account when revaluation actual costing closing

Dear SAP Expert.

I have problem to split COGS revaluation value after CKMLCP actual costing closing, since I use SAP simple finance 2.0, I cannot use Costing based COPA thus use Account Based COPA. When I posting delivery consumption for finish product, system cannot split COGS value fit to my cost component structure and I have made the correct customizing:

So when I do goods issue for sales order system post and split COGS account based on customizing and transfer to COPA correctly:

But when I do CKMLCP actual costing closing, COGS revaluation only hit for one account that is HPP/COGS parent not split based on cost component structure.

Why when do actual costing closing system not split COGS value based on cost component structure, I think I’ve do the correct Customizing and there is no other customizing needed.

Thanks & Regards


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    Posted on Nov 14, 2015 at 03:26 PM

    Hi Luiz,

    All your customization is correct and working as expected. However SAP Simple Finance 2.0 is still does not support COGS split Actual Costing Closing. Hence revaluation of consumption posted as single component only.

    Further, you can still use costing based COPA along with account based COPA in simple finance 2.0 to make use of this functionality. you can activate both accounting based and costing based COPA as well.

    SAP is planning to release new version including this feature in SFIN 3 version.

    Hope this helps.


    Santosh Varanasi

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