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Statistical key figures

Hi Friend's

Pls.tell me How can i create the statistical key figures for distribution the pimary cost to other related cost centre area wise distribution.

Pls.anybody send a document if any.

my id :yandrapu@gmail.com

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 11:15 AM

    Hi,

    Statistical Key figures as the name suggests are used as statistical internal tool for distributing or allocating Costs.You can use them as the basis for internal allocations, such as Distribution and Assessment.

    You can create SKF by KK01, change KK02 & display KK03.

    In any of the above cycles you can use SKF as either for: Fixed values or Totals values.

    SKF defined as fixed values are valid as of the posting period, and in all subsequent posting periods of the fiscal year. SKF defined as Totals values are valid only in the posting period in which they are entered.

    You can use SKF for allocating from & to the following obects:

    Cost Centers

    Activity Types

    Orders

    Business Processes

    Profit Centers

    Real Estate Objects

    In the master data, you need to define the statistical key figure unit & the key figure category. Further, if needed you can link the SKF to LIS.

    Reward ponts .....if useful...

    Regards,

    Amol

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 11:19 AM

    Dear Thanks for your inforamtion,

    I need area wise distribution.We have 1000 pcs'

    Pls.note is there any automatic cycle

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