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Differerence betwin distubution rules and settelment rule

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Hi gurus any doby explain the difference betwin ditibution rule and settelment rule.

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 06:37 AM

    Hi friend,...

    The distribution rule is part of the settlement rule. You specify the following for a settlement sender:

    Settlement receiver

    Settlement share (percentage or proportional)

    Settlement type (periodic or cumulative)

    Validity of the distribution rule

    The system automatically assigns a settlement rule to the production order when the order is created. The assignment is carried out via the default rule defined in Customizing.

    The settlement rule includes one or more distribution rules for the production order. The distribution rule consists of a cost receiver, a settlement share and a settlement type:

    The settlement receiver determines to which cost object the actual costs of the production order are to be settled. Possible receivers include

    a material

    a cost center

    an internal order

    a sales order

    a project

    a network

    a fixed asset

    The settlement share determines the percentage rate or the equivalence number to distribute the costs to the individual cost receivers.

    The settlement type determines whether all the costs are settled which were incurred for the order (full settlement) or whether the costs collected on the order are to be settled periodically (periodic settlement).

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