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Configurable material creation

Please guide me the steps to create configurable material. i tried with Mat type, configurable mat, then i struck with configuration tab, it is forcing me to enter class number, when i enter, it gives error message. please mention detailed steps to create configrable mat and how to use this config mat in variant configuration? thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 05:34 AM

    Hi,

    you have to define the material as configuarable material with mat. type as -- KMAT then in basic data 2 you have to flag the "material is configuarable" indicator.

    then with this configuarable material mention the valuation class in accounting view .

    after this you save the material and define class in CL02 where put the class name and class type as 300

    then with that it will take you to material master record classification view there you mention the class.

    reward points if useful to you.

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      Nilesh, i could not see gen item category field in basic data1 tab? where is it? if u create from fert mat type, wht will be the mat type? is it fert? or kmat? let us say we have made configurable mat and then how to use this mat in variant config. pl help.

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