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Planned cost in REM

Hii experts,

Can we have planned cost in REM? If yes, how?

regards

kapil

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 06:29 AM

    Dear Kapil,

    After doing Production confirmation in MFBF you will be able to

    see the Target Costs And Actual Cost in the Product Cost

    Collector in KKF6N .

    Before doing production confirmation (or never MFBF is carried

    out) for a HALB or FERT material ,then in T code KKF6N ---

    >Header -


    > Click on Costs ,You can not find any data.

    So unless if production confirmation is not carried out,you

    cannot find the target costs.

    Target Cost are the Planned Costs

    Regards

    Mangal

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    • Former Member Mangalraj Senthamaraikannan

      Thanks so very much for your reply sir. I have got a bit idea about this. Another question, I am having in my mind. What if I frequently backflush for particular material, then every time I need to settle the cost. Please suggest when we should settle the cost in case of REM.

      I can see COST SETTLE option in KKF6N.

      kapil

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 06:18 AM

    As I know, you can define planned cost in product cost collector for REM. To define it, you must set up product cost structure.

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