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Can anyone help me to solve out this issue.

In RESB table [Reservation/Dependent Requirements] , I am seeing the field

GPREIS [Price in Component Currency] from which screen the values are getting in to table [i.e., In which screen are we loading the values for that field]

In RESB table I am seeing the fields BDMNG [Requirements Qty] & NOMNG [Required Qty].

What is Requirements Qty?

What is Required Qty?

Thanks in Advance.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 12:52 AM

    Hi,

    1. GPREIS Price in Component Currency from which screen the values are getting in to table

    Material Master Accounting View 1 - field Standard price and price unit

    2. What is Requirements Qty?

    this is the compoent material qty required for production

    Regards,

    Sankaran

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  • Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 03:57 AM

    Hi Madhan Shan,

    Price from component currency means, the price which is given in material master Accounting 1 view and Costing 2 view.

    If the The price control is S then check the Standard Price or if the Price Control is V then cehck the Moving average Price.

    The Currency is displayed on the Costing 2 view.

    The Requirements qty means the original qty of the Order. Required Qty is the components qty required to make the requirements qty.

    Thanks and regards

    Muruegsan

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