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Hi

Is there any relation between value category and order settlement.

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Rahul

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  • Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 03:38 AM

    hi

    i think there is no direct relation between value category and settlement,what value category does is it is used for material split up by valuation type, which will be used for order settlement,because the material value will be picked based on the valuation type.

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    thyagarajan

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 04:51 AM

    Rahul,

    They maybe relevant when you use source structure in the settlement process. In those cases, Generaly the different assignments within the source structures are setup equivalent to the different value categories (Basically assigning them the same set of cost elements/Cost element groups). By setting it up this way, the opportunity exists to see the cost broken down by different value category(Internal labor,external labor,Stores material,Ext service..etc) and the same being settled to different receivers through the source structure.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks

    Narasimhan

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2007 at 04:18 AM

    Dears

    As Narasimman Said the settlement processing bit related with value catagory.

    While looking the order cost KKBC_ORD (planning, actual) u can find the Materialactivityservices and etc

    ur order cost is going thro cost element . the value catagories has cost element. Each value catagories contains diferent group of cost element.

    For the MIS purpose in industry it needs

    Thenna

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