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Std Cost Estimate

Hello all,

How can i delete future std. cost estimate through ckr1 , kindly suggest me the process to be done.

Can i mark and released the std cost estimate of a material which has already costed inthe same month.

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2008 at 08:58 AM

    Hi,

    Go to CKR1 and enter the company code, Plant and material no. Select the button Future Std cost estimates" and uncheck test run and execute.

    It will detele the marked cost estimates

    Hope, it helps!

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2008 at 09:14 AM

    Hi

    You delete a future standard cost estimate via CKR1 by:

    Entering the Company Code

    Plant

    Material Number

    and then in Control Parameters select: Future Satndard Cost Estimate

    Deselect: Test Run

    Click the Execute button

    This will delete the future cost estimate (you do not have to click the save button).

    This will delete the future standard cost estimate.

    The answer to your second question is "No". A material can not have two marked and released cost estimates in one month. The material master only has one standard price and this can only reference one standard cost estimate. If for what ever reason you need to re-cost a material in a month you must first delete the standard cost estimate.

    Regards

    Rob Viljoen

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