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Reasons Suggesting Business not to change Valuation class often

valuation classses are often changed here in my company,open order will be cancelled and make Material Stock zero and then Reverse after Valuation class change.

Now they would like to automate this process or Develop an application for the same.

Need some strong reasons/points to convience business not to go for it.

Edited by: kausar jahan on Jun 17, 2008 6:14 PM

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 04:19 PM

    hi

    why client always change valuation class , there is no resone that you frquantly go for valuation class change .

    see valuation calss is to manage a separate stock account for every material. The system refers to the valuation class of a material to determine which stock account to post to when a posting is made for this material .

    now why your client go for new stock a/c , there is no logic behind it .

    regards

    ravikant dewangan

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 04:28 PM

    Hi, if you change valuation class frequently you need to take care of the following every time. Practically it is time consuming and painful.

    If valuated stocks already exist, you can change the valuation class only:

    a) Post the stocks of the material to an interim account.

    b) Change the valuation class in the material master record.

    c) Post the stocks of the material back to their original account.

    If open purchase orders already exist, you can only change the valuation class if you first flag the corresponding purchase order items for deletion.

    If production orders exist for which a goods movement has already taken place, you can only change the valuation class if you first set the status of the production orders to deleted

    Thanks,

    DV

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