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Cost Element

Hi All,

Please let me know Cost element concept in CO??

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  • Posted on Apr 22, 2016 at 06:28 PM

    Hi Mohammed,

    Cost Element - An entity in SAP which is origin of a cost & are responsible to carry a cost.

    There are two types of cost element such as Primary cost element & Secondary cost element

    Primary cost element - Cost elements which carries cost from FI to CO is called Primary cost element. General Ledger, Expenses accounts, Revenue accounts correspond to Primary cost elements.

    Secondary cost element - Cost elements which generally carry cost within CO are called as Secondary cost elements. Secondary Cost Elements are used exclusively in CO to identify internal cost Flows such as assessments or settlements. They do not have corresponding

    General ledger accounts in FI and are defined in CO only.

    Regards,

    AMol

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 05:08 AM

    KA01 - Create

    Primary cost element created in system

    KA02 - Change

    Primary cost element modified in system

    KA03 - Display

    Primary cost element displayed in system

    KA04 - Delete

    Primary cost element deleted in system

    KA06 - Create

    Secondary cost element created in system

    KA02 - Change

    Secondary cost element modified in system

    KA03 - Display

    Secondary cost element displayed in system

    KA04 - Delete

    Secondary cost element deleted in system

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