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Additive Cost on Cost Collector

Hi everyone,

I am trying to include additive costs in the preliminary cost estimates on a cost collector but with no luck.

I completed the following steps:

1. Modified the costing variants and valuation variants for the standard cost estimate and the repetitive mfg cost estimate to include additive cost (OKKN).

2. Created the additive cost estimate (CK74N) to add cost to the highest level material.

3. Created the standard cost estimate for the highest level material that included the additive cost (CK11N).

4. Marked and released the standard cost estimate (CK24).

5. Created the preliminary cost estimate for the cost collector (MF30) but it does not include the additive cost. There are no error messages and the cost estimate has a status of “costed without errors.”

I checked that the cost element is defined for the cost component structure used by both costing variants. I also checked the SAP support portal to see if there is any mention that cost collectors cannot have additive cost. None were found.

Any ideas?



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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 12:16 PM


    Check the following:

    - The Costing variant & the Costing version yiu are using in CK74N & CK24N should be same.

    - The validity dates of the Additive cost estimate should be within the validity dates used in CK24N.i.e the additive costs should be valid for the dates you are trying to mark & release costs.

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      Additive cost is to add costs manually to the standard cost estimate. costs which cannot be calculated by the system. following examples are the additive costs

      1. freight.

      2. stock transport expenses.

      3. insurance expenses.

      T code : ck74n



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