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difference between KKS1 and KKS1N

Hi,

Could any one explain to me what is the difference between KKS1 and KKS1N. The problem is when we are calculating variance of production orders for a plant in KKS1, some of the old production orders are picked and when using KKS1N, in the processing category we can see the old orders are not picked, so varance are not calculated for those old orders.

Please reply as soon as possible. urgent.

Thanks and regards,

Priyajit.

Edited by: Priyajit Ghosh on Jun 19, 2008 8:20 AM

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 06:29 AM

    Functionality KKS1:

    The system compares the control costs with the target costs and assigns the variances to variance categories. The variances are assigned to variance categories in the following sequence:

    u2022 Input price variance

    u2022 Resource-usage variance

    u2022 Input quantity variance

    u2022 Remaining input variance

    u2022 Mixed-price variance

    u2022 Output price variance

    u2022 Lot size variance

    u2022 Remaining variance

    Variance = 0 if only partial Goods Receipts has been performed.

    Variance = amount if only complete Goods Receipts has been performed.

    Scenario

    You want to calculated Variance either when Order is completed or at month end. Variance must be calculated when order is completed. In this case Variance = amount. Variance must also be calculated at month end even though order is not completed. In this case Variance = 0 (all left over amount is considered as WIP in this case).

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