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differnce between EK01 & Ek02

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Can anyone tell me what is diff. betwwen EK01 & Ek02

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    Posted on May 19, 2008 at 11:16 AM

    hi

    these twocondition types basically to calculate cost an statical

    purpose to compare to future cost .

    thanks

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    Posted on May 19, 2008 at 09:56 AM

    Hello,

    If the sales price dependes on the expected cost then Condition type EK01is used.this mean the value of the cost goes directly in to pricing.

    Condition type EK01 is mainly used for cost-plus contracts in which the sales price depends on the expected costs

    If the sales price is market price and we need cost for only information purpose then we use EK02. in this case price is calculated based on PR00 condition type. the cost is only statistical value.

    Condition type EK02 is mainly used when the sales price is a market price and the expected costs are only used for informational purposes

    Prase

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    Posted on May 19, 2008 at 11:20 AM

    Hi

    Check these links.

    [ek01-and-ek02]

    [ek01-and-ek02]

    Regards

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  • Posted on May 19, 2008 at 07:16 PM

    Hi sanjay

    Difference between Condition Type EK01 ( Actual Cost) and EK02 (Calculated cost)

    These are the condition type that will display the results of the unit costing for certain type of sales document.

    EK01 :

    If you use this condition type, the result of unit costing is issued to the first position on the conditions screen for the item. The value can be used as a basis for price determination.

    EK02:

    If you use this condition type, the result of unit costing is simply a statistical value which you can compare with the price.

    Regards

    Srinath

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