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KKS2- Varience caliculation

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KKS2- In variance Calculation I got this error u2013 Kindly tell me where I did mistake and how

To solve this error.

" msg no. 151 - Only remaining varience in version 0 - No target costs for Order 100546 "

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Narayana

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 10:52 AM

    Hi Narayana,

    You have not maintained variance keys or variance versions for Target Costs.

    Do variance calculation customization properly.

    sateesh

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 07:55 AM

    Hello Narayana,

    the error you receive is KV151, generally other messages occur which may additionally explain why no target costs can be calculated.

    Check the full log (information messages, warnings as well as errors), you need to review the full text of the messages that occur for the order.

    For example if you use the standard cost estimate to base your target costs (trx OKV6) is there a valid cost estimate on the date for the variance calc? If there is a valid cost estimate are you in a company code with a differing currency to the controlling area? If so the cost comp structure must be enabled in the CO area currency (trx OKYW).

    If after reviewing the log and the cost estimate you are still unclear perhaps you can provide additional details.

    /Elaine

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