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Process order after 101 the stock has valuation 0???


I have a situation that I can not find solution here in SAP Forum.

We have metalurgy production.

We created a Process Order for material which is in PCE unit, but for consumption we use metal which is in KG.

That is everything OK. For information...we also have all materials in batch(charg) managmenet!

SO my problem is:

When I create Process order with COR1 and I create consumption with 261 after that I create 101 for final product.

THis process is OK...but...when I check stock in MB52...this item has no cost value???

For info...we are not doing this material for SALES ORDER (E-stock) but for our own stock!

I really do not understand the process how to put price on final product(material/batch) .

Thanks in advance

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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2019 at 11:45 AM

    IS this the screen shot for your FG you have booked with 101?

    If so whether it is maintained as standard cost? In material master pl see whether you find any value in Costing tab 2

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    • Hello Ajit...

      I set the standard price to 40...

      I created 5 PCE and my stock is now 200EUR

      That is very good!

      But now I have a question....

      We are cutting METAL to different pieces! on every process order the final piece should have different price.

      Where is that step where I can insert a price of FINAL Product. Because every batch should have a different price!

      Thanks in advance

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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2019 at 11:47 AM


    Please check if you have a batch stock in MMBE.

    If there are no stock for batches then valuation would be zero.

    The material prices and values are only held in MBEW at the plant level so MB52 has to calculate a value for the stock at storage location

    The value displayed is calculated the following way: MB52 value = batch stock (MCHB) quantity * (MBEW value / MBEW quantity)

    So MB52 don't select 'Display Batch Stocks'

    Or if you 'Display Batch Stocks' then also choose option No zero stock lines

    Best Regards,


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  • Posted on Jun 17, 2019 at 05:31 AM

    It appears you have split valuation enabled. May be your different piece types are represented by different valuation types. You may have to maintain standard prices at the split valuation levels and not the higher level where the price control is V. The valuation type should appear in the production order in the goods receipt tab.

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  • Posted on Jun 17, 2019 at 07:00 AM

    In material master accounting screens, Organizational levels give you options to choose valuation type. in MR21 too you get the option to choose valuation types.

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