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Deleting Cost Addtitive

Hi,

How can we delete a cost additive which has been added to a Cost estimate?

I know to add(CK74N) AND Change (CK75N)? but how to delete?

Please reply at the earliest.

Thanks

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2008 at 04:19 AM

    Hi,

    1. You can remove "Include Additive cost" in the Costing Variant - OKKN

    2. Else u need to delete all the rows in the Additive cost in Cost Component Structure.

    First one will be suggested than the second one as it is always good to maintain for the sake of track record

    Award points suitably

    Best Regards

    Surya

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      Use transaction CKR1

      Hit "All selection" (Shift+F7), Fill in the parameters and ensure to uncheck the Automatic cost estimates and "With Qty Structure". Only the additive cost est and W/o Qty structure must be checked.

      Delete in test mode first and see the results, If the results are desirable, execute in non-test mode to delete from DB.

      Play around and you will learn as you proceed/

      -Satish

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 03:51 PM

    Hello,

    Is there a report or a way to see a list of all parts that have a cost additive in their routing?

    Thanks in advance!

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