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is there any standard report available to show cost prices from infor recor

Hi

Can any one tell help me is there any possiblility to make a report showing cost prices from info-records on purchasing org. level incl. prices scales?

We need a report showing the following:

Supplier no.

Supplier name

Material no.

Material name

Price

Price scales (if registred in the info-record)

Purchase organization to be showed

Selection of the report can be done with the following entries:

Supplier no.

Sourcing (material group)

Purchase organization

Please be informed that the above mentioned information and selections are just my first and best guess.

We have tried to use transaction MC$4 - however, this one is only showing the purchased quantity in the period selected.

There must be a standard transaction in SAP R/3, which can show us the prices from info-records.

Best Regards,

Sairam.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:36 AM

    hi

    try report me1p

    regards

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:51 AM

    Hi!

    ME1P is the best report for you although it lacked the supplier name, material name and price scales. You can ask your ABAPER to create your desired report by copying the program running ME1P and then creating a Z* report which contains all your desired fields.

    Hope this helps! =)

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:58 AM

    Hi

    Try ME1L and ME1M

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