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Versions in Controlling

Hi Friends,

We have defined 0 versions as Plan/Actual and 1 for planning.

Can you please let me know what are these versions are used for.

Here we need to do cost center planning. Please let me know the cost center planning in details. How can i do that and how it will be used in real time situation.

Priya

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2008 at 08:45 AM

    Plan versions:

    Store and manage planning data and actual data separately

    Store planning data with different planning strategies separately in the system database (plan version)

    Storing data separately enables you to compare planning data and actual data.

    Possible reasons for storing data separately could be:

    Source acceptance types (optimistic / pessimistic)

    Creation date (original plan / forecast)

    Plan status (test version / active version)

    Various plan versions can be created for a planning step.

    Cost Center Planning:

    You enter costs and activities that you expect to incur over period. Using Cost Center planning, you can compare plan and actual costs, and carry out a differentiated variance analysis.

    Refer below link....there are various way to do planning.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/5b/d2200743c611d182b30000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

    Tcode:KP06 (differnt layouts can used for diffrent planning)

    Venkat

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