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CK11N Costing calculation for subcontracted products

Hi all,

We get stucked in product costing (CK11N) for subcontracted semiproducts.When we run CK11N for a subcontracted semiproduct system calculates the material cost using it's components but does not add the subcontracting unit cost (for example coating unit cost). In the cost components we see a line with item category "L" and zero cost on it. However we do also get an error message of "CK380-system could not find source of supply" during costing.On the other hand we had defined subcontracted products as procurement type = F and spec.procurement type=30 and Price control=S. We had defined BOMs. We did not defined any routing for them.We have defined purchasing info records and also added them in to the sourcinglist (ME01).So what might be wrong or missing ? Why she connot find the source of supply ? Any comments greatly appreciated !

Thanks in advance.

Levent Arslan

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2007 at 04:31 PM

    Have you defined anywhere the subcontracting unit cost (for example coating unit cost)?

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    • Former Member Prasobh Karunakaran

      That's it ! Thanks lot. We've found that all purchasing info records have been created as "standart" type. Once we've deleted the standart one and created a new one with "subcontract" type than costing calculation assigned the source for subcontracted item and added the subcontract price to the finished item's cost.

      Thanks lot again.

      Levent Arslan

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