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CK40n run after a long period

Hi Costing experts ,

I have been asked by my client to run CK40n for a company code. This was run last time in period 6 in 2018.

Please let me know what I need to check in before running this program . Do I need to ask why it was not run all these months .Do they run for all materials or for some , What is the table in which I can see the details / errors of previous ck40N.

What steps or checks I need to do in system before running Ck40n in current month . I donot have much expert knowledge in this type of situation . Will there be any accounting document created with the new run ? Should I execute it first in quality client .



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  • Posted on Jul 09 at 10:43 AM

    Hi Manoj,

    There is no separate configuration is required if you are running CK11N but check once in OKKN transaction code.

    As you communicated that you have already run in 2018, When you enter the transaction code CK40N you will see first field as Costing Run here if you press F4 you can see all the costing runs which has been performed.

    For your last question, It is always recommended when you are checking in production environment, kindly process once in Quality systems, Then you can perform in Production run.


    Repakula Manoj

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  • Posted on Jul 10 at 06:00 AM

    Hi Manoj Chauhan

    The run of CK40N after two years, will create accounting documents for revaluation of inventory, if there is material in stock for the materials which are part of CK40N. However, it also depends if there are any changes on your BOM and activity rates in these two years and if there is any change made, since the last run.

    You can best run it in quality and see the impact for yourself.

    Thanks & regards,

    Sanil Bhandari

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