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Price in stock tranfer order between plants within a company code

hi, expert,

may i input a price different from valuation price whent create a STO between plants within a compayn code?

please give me some clue? thx.

Best wishes,

David

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  • Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 08:16 AM

    you do not invoice goods transferred from one plant to another one within the same company code.

    This is only possible if the plants belong to different company codes.

    However it is possible to have freight costs in such STOs.

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    • Former Member

      Hi David,

      Normally AUM account be hit by what the price control be maintained in the receiving plant..

      1)In the receving plant u maintain price control as S and receiving plant maintain price control as S in that time AUM account hit....

      2)In the receving plant u maintain price control as S and receiving plant maintain price control as V in that time BSX account hit....

      From sas..

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 09:11 AM

    Hi David,

    What is ur query exactly?

    If u want to give any rate in STO, u can configure the condition type used in STO pricing procedure accordingly.

    If u give conditin category as "G" in condition type, then only system will pick up the valuated price of the item. If u want to create STO with any other rate, maintain condition category as "H" and make "manual entries possible" in condition type

    If ur two plants are in India, as per the Indian Excise Law, there should be some value addition when u do stock transfer from one plant to another plant. That is the reason, we normally give value addition also in the pricing procedure

    Hope this will resolve ur query

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