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Activity Input Planning and Activity Output Planning

Sir,

What is the difference between activity Input Planning and Activity Output planning

And also mention the transaction code for Activity ?Input and Output Planning

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 11, 2007 at 02:44 PM

    Hi

    Activity input- KP06- You plan the costs elements for a cost centre/Activity type

    Activity output-KP26- You plan the output activity for that cost centre. When cost centre collects costs, they need to be allocated to a project/order,etc. There will be some activity in that cost centre like repair/machine hours,etc. You plan the output of that cost centre measured by Activity

    S Jayaram

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    • Former Member Kishore Kotte

      Hi,

      KP06 input planning can be done for all cost centres but where as KP26 output planning applicable only for the production cost centres.

      This out planning will be used for KP26 price calculation through system, that means what you do KP06 planning values will divided with this out planning hours to arrive activity automatically in KP26 when KSPI executed.

      Pl revert for any clarifications

      Regards,

      Upendar

  • Posted on Apr 17, 2014 at 06:28 AM

    Hi sir,

    While trying to put plan data in kp06 sap showing error message "cost element xXxX can only be used for activity input"

    Please advise me I am very new to fico

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