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split order - error : no product cost collector could dete. for material

Dear All ,

I want to use split order functionality for that i made required settings in order type dependent parameter for order type PP02 as cost to be collected on product cost collector and default dist. rule as PP2 periodic settlement.

After that i created prod. version for the finish material . While I am creating the prod. order system gives message " no product cost collector could be determined for material "

So pls guide me what settings pending from pp & co side for the same . Or otherwise pls suggest the sequential steps for the same .

Anil

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 04:45 AM

    Hi Anil,

    i hope u have selected "Cost collecter" check box for order type. if so,i think u have to create version specific product cost collecter at KKF6N.

    regards

    pradeep

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      Hi Anil,

      Since u have selected "Cost collecter indicator" and Dist . rule for a order type , the cost should be collected at product cost collecter AM i right,

      so for that u must have created a product cost collecter for order type(PP02), without creating product cost collecter how u see the cost....

      Even though u assigned order type at OPL8, i think u ahve to create a prod cost collecter for order type(PP02). To confirm this, just press F1 at "cost collecter" check box , please see the help line under <b>"Dependencies" -

      "You must manually create the product cost collector independently of the production type in the menu of Product Cost by Period".</b>

      "

      Based on this only i have given the clue .. Anyway let us wait for more reply

      regards

      pradeep

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