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change a s price control material

Hi all,

I have a material with the price control s. Before i do the costing run, i can change its price using MR21. But after costing run, when using MR21, system give out the information:

A current or future standard price exists material ***.

Message no. CKPRCH025

Diagnosis

A current or future cost estimate exists.

Procedure

You can set the price of a marked cost estimate through the radio button 'Default Planned Prices' and release it by saving.

is it always the case that the price can't be change after costing run? Or, such requirment is irrational?

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 01:15 PM

    If the cost estimation is existence, why not release it, then the standard price will be changed.

    If you concern the standard price is diffenent from cost estimate, then you can find the root cause from costing run functionality, then adjust it. This is good methodology to change standard price.

    Regards!

    Flex Yang

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  • Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 01:12 PM

    Hi,

    After Cost Estimate of Material, system stores the calculated price of the material so it will not allow you to change material price in MR21 untill you mark and release it in CK24 or delete the Cost Estimate in CK44.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 01:52 PM

    Dear,

    You have to reverse costing which is run for material master.

    After reverse material costing, you can change price for material.

    Note: - For reverse costing of material please contact with your costing team person.

    Regards,

    Mahesh Wagh

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