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WIP clculation weekly basis

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Could you pls advice whether its ok to run the WIP using KKAO and settle it using KO88 weekly basis.

Pls advice ...............Thank you in advance

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 10:21 PM

    Another clarification:

    Transaction CO88 (Massive processing) is used to post to accounting, not only revaluation and variances, but also the WIP calculated on KKAX.

    Transaction KO88 (Individual processing) is used to post to accounting, not only revaluation and variances, but also the WIP calculated on KKAX.

    Thanks,

    GG

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 10:16 PM

    Hi Kesharika,

    Transaction KKA0 is only to indicate SAP what is the period from where the values for WIP would be carry out from, also call cut off period.

    Transaction KKAX is used to calculate the actual WIP, but not posting is happening at this point.

    Transaction KA88 is used to post to account, not only revaluation and variances, but also the WIP calculated on KKAX.

    Hope this helps, if it does please award the points.

    Thanks,

    GG

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 10:18 PM

    Correction about transaction:

    Transaction CO88 is used to post to accounting, not only revaluation and variances, but also the WIP calculated on KKAX.

    Thanks,

    GG

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