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Cost collector settlement

We are having huge amt in settlement at every month end. We use cost collector as the cost object and backflush process. The huge settlement amt is because of some raw materials not being backflushed to finished goods and some times it is because of the missing activities costs. All these contribute to the difference in cost collector and shows up in settlement. I want to know if there is a way to know if the amt difference in a cost collector is because of material being missed or activites missed during backflush? As there are lot of materials it is hard for me to research on each material. so i am looking for a easy way.

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2008 at 06:48 PM

    Hi,

    Ur raw material are converted in to finished good but because of some missing in contribution of

    cost activities u are not converting the material in to FInished goods right

    so u can create some text message for the missing Materials in document header

    are in the text where ever u mention the text so when u executing the material list

    u can sort it out by the text and identify the missing ones.

    Regards,

    Padma

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