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Hi All,

When i am costing a material , how does the system know which BOM and routing to pick up.

Do we configure this in CO or PP?

Any help appreciated.

Regards,

Reddy

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2008 at 04:41 AM

    Hi,

    1. The material which you are going to cost , BOM( T.code CS01) is created for that material having application PP01. The components of the BOM are relevant to costing .

    Same way we create a routing in CA01 for a material.

    When you give the quauntitiy structure date system looks for valid BOM and routing for that material on that date and costing is carried out with proper valuation from BOM and ROUTING

    Hope it is clear..

    Assign points if helpful..

    BOM and routing related setting is carried out in PP- shopfloor functionality -but as a CO consultant one should have little knowledge on those.

    Regards

    Prabhat

    Edited by: Prabhat Kumar on Jun 13, 2008 11:41 PM

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    • Former Member

      Hi Prabhat,

      That was really helpful. I have couple of more questions

      1:Can you explain me further ,what are we controlling through quantity structure control that is attached to costing variant.?

      2: I have a valuation variant which has a strategy ( future price (acc view), Sor V , std price , MAP) .

      Now i want to know how the system costs for this material. Does the system search for BOM and Routing attached to material and then follow valuation strategy OR does it go to material master and search the future price

      std price etc and get them.

      Regards,

      Reddy

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