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Planned costs

Hi all,

While creating work order (iw31),when we r calculating the costs(planned) "0 Rs"(zero rupees)is getting displayed in the cost tab..I just saved the order and then also planned costs are coming "0".

but after confirmation(iw42) actual costs are getting displayed correctly.

why the planned cost is coming "0" in the work order?

can any one tell me the solution?

regards,

ebin

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 07:14 AM

    Ebin,

    Ensure the planned and actual costing variants have been assigned to your order(s). these are on the Control tab of each order.

    These are typically both set to either PM01 or SM01.

    If either of these are not set, then you will not get the respective planned or actual costs on the order(s). Furthermore, you cannot correct the issue retrospectively...

    PeteA

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi all,

      i got it correct finally...

      i had given the formula SAP008 against activity type int.processing..

      previously i was giving the formula for normal labour time there...

      thanks for ur efforts and time..points have been awarded..

      regards

      ebin

  • Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 06:50 AM

    hi

    check whether you have specified the valuation variant correctly the price should pick up also ,check whether you have assigned the costing variant to the plant and order type combination in T code OIOF

    kindly check the log during order costing ,if there is any message please specify that also

    regards

    thyagarajan

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