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Standard Cost of the Component delivered from a Production Order

Dear Sir,

We have a Production Order to manufacture a Component . The status of the Production Order is Released . We want to know the standard cost of the Component ( i.e the standard cost captured by the System at the time preparing the Production Order) . We do not want the standard cost available in the Material Master as it may be different from the Standard Cost captured for the component in the Production Order .

I request SAP Gurus to kindly guide us , how can we get the standard cost captured for the component against a Production Order .

Regards

B Mittal

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2008 at 02:28 PM

    The actual cost derived from the prod order should be the std cost. Standard cost is derived from the material's qty structure i.e the BOM (components cost) and the Rounting details (activity and its costs) so prodcution order also picks up the same information. If there is amy difference between the two that can be seen through the actual cost of the prod order. And your doubt that std cost should not be updated it happenes when you run the costing run and release the results

    Please advice if you have any specific question

    thanks

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    Posted on Jun 15, 2008 at 12:22 PM

    Hi Mittal

    Stand cost of a product will be only in material master. This can be done by either CK 11 N or CK 40.

    In production order you can have Target cost and Actual cost.

    Not standard cost.

    Hope this is clear

    Regards

    J . Saravan

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