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1. What are the different types of BOM .\

ex:assembled BOM etc

2. What is the concept of costing . ewhere we will here this concept

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 04:14 AM

    Dear Sabina,

    In Sales Point of View we have two BOMs.

    1. Header Level BOM - Material Item Category - ERLA

    Header material is relevent for Pricing (Item Category - TAQ). Item Material is not relevant for Pricing (Item Category - TAE).

    2. Item Level BOM - Material Item Category - LUMF

    Header material is not relevent for Pricing (Item Category - TAP). Item Material is relevant for Pricing (Item Category - TAN).

    Hope this will clear your question no.1

    Barathi.

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 04:21 AM

    1. there are different types of BOM available in SAP.

    A.Production BOM : PP consultants will do this

    B.Material BOM : MM consultants will do this

    C.Order BOM : Sd consultants will do this.to tell u briefly we create a configurable material first. then we add sub items to this. if u want pricing for main material use item category group ERLA.if u want pricing for sub items use LUMF as item category.

    2. Costing is used whenever u have Cost Center Scenario.CO consultants will do this.Ex: if u want to configure shipments u should use costing scenarios.

    reward points if helpful..

    Regards..

    Yogi

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 04:22 AM
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