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Can anybody tell me how we can define valuation categoty.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:06 AM

    Hi ,

    To select split valuation ('OMWC'), proceed as follows:

    go to the tcode :OMWC

    1. Determine the valuation categories and valuation types that are allowed for all valuation areas:

    global valuation categories via menu "Goto --> Global Categories"

    global valuation types via menu "Goto --> Global Types"

    2. Allocate the valuation types to the valuation categories.

    a) Select "Goto --> Global Categories".

    b) Position the cursor on a valuation category and select

    "Goto --> Global Categories --> Assignments --> 'Types->Category'".

    c) Activate the valuation types you want.

    3. Determine the local valuation categories for each valuation area.

    a) Select "Goto --> Local definitions".

    b) Position the cursor on a valuation area and select

    "Goto --> Local Definitions --> Allocate Categoires->Org.units (button Cats->(OU)".

    You obtain a list of the global valuation categories.

    c) Activate the categories to be used in this valuation area.

    The system creates the local valuation types based on the allocations under point 2.

    Only now can you create a master record with split valuation.

    Regards

    Aasif

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:04 AM
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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:04 AM

    SPRO-MM-VALUATION & ACCOUNT ASSIGNMENT-SPLIT VALUATION-STANDARD VALUATION CATEGORY.

    sachin

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