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Settelement for production order

Hello,

In the (Actual Settlement: Production/Process Order Basic List) - how could i see this any transaction?

in this view we have an error which stated.

Sender ORD 111200012 DUMMY MAINTENANCE

Cost Center 0012/3122256 is blocked against indirect posting on 30.09.2008 - why this happen?

i want to ask the process of settlement my prodcution order? can anyone give me step by step to do this for me to replicate this error our client have.

thanks

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2008 at 08:13 AM

    Dear,

    Please change the cost center in KS02. Go to the control tab and tick for bloacking.

    Steps for Settlement.

    1. Ocer head - KGI2 or CO43

    2. WIP - KKAX or KKAO

    3. Variance - KKS2 or KKS1

    4. Settlement - KO88 or CO88

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2008 at 08:09 AM

    We cannot understand your requirement..please write your question so that we can help you out. what is the transaction? is it CO88?

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2008 at 09:28 AM

    Hello R.Brahmankar,

    I have created a production order now the order type use (Production order used to manage exceptionnal maintenance) we use this type of order which in our business its function is (No costing relevancy and no cost should be posted on this type of Production Order .Use material type Non Valuated to create these production orders).

    how could i make my created order now to be settled? and how could i make this order not have been costed by SAP?

    thanks

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