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Rate Analysis Functionality in SAP PS.

Dear Friend's

Can you confirm me is their any standard functionality available of "Rate Analysis for activity or service which rates are already approved by state goverment" in SAP Project System Module.

My Scenario is as follows,

Rate Analysis will be done for Activity or Services which rates are already approved by State Goverment.Calculation Logic is as follows.

Standard Rate of Activity: Rs.1455.00

Add Municipal Corporation 5%: Rs.72.75

Sand Lead: Rs.57.53

Sand Royalty: Rs.19.79

Bricks Royalty: Rs.0.99

Cement Diff.: Rs.86.10

Total Rate: Rs.1692.16 per Cu.M. (This is the Logic of Rate

Analysis)

This is the present scenario of Rate Anaylsis.If any std function avail. in sap ps module for mapping above Logic of Rate Analysis.

Pls.confirm me at the Earliest.

I am hoping answers from all ps consultant friend's.

Specially I fill that those who are a SAP employee and knows above scanario.Pls revert me with +ve answer.

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2008 at 10:13 AM

    Hi Sandeep,

    You can create specific 'planning layout' for this in which in leading column you can input the std rate and in subsequent column you can give formulae to calculate other components and in the lat column you can have the total value. (You'll require Report painter knowledge/resource to do this for you)

    with regards,

    Ravi Shrivastav

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