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cogs of pgi

hi,

i understand that during pgi, the cogs account is determined via obyc.

1) when i click goods issue delvy at document flow button, i see it links to mb03.when i double click the item line, i can see the gl account under account assignment. may i know when is this gl account added?

2) may i know how and where the amount for goods issue determined which i can see in accounting doc.

thanks

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2008 at 06:34 AM

    Hi

    The Cost Of Goods Sold (COGS) is nothing but the value determined for the condition type VPRS (Cost). Pl compare the value determined for VPRS in the sales order and the value posted in the GL account during PGI for COGS.

    Thanks,

    Ravi

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2008 at 06:14 AM

    hello, ask comm.

    to view the cost of goods, here are at least 2 ways:

    1. in any sales doc, click document flow; click on status overview and go to each item, when you click the item, the materials movement data with the cogs will be shown (this is as you explained).

    2. in the billing doc, either in change or display mode, click on 'accounting docs'; the FI entries will be shown.

    GL accounts in OBYC is usually done by the FI and/or MM consultant.

    regards.

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      hello.

      when you do PGI, you can actually specify on what date PGI should be reflected. you can do this while editing the delivery document (go to 'goods movement' tab, and you will find 'actual' below the 'planned' movement date) or when collectively doing PGI.

      in effect, you want to reflect changes in inventory on 10 oct 2008. but the value is, i believe, still based on system date.

      i will test some more once i can get access to a more stable SAP environment.

      cheers. and thanks!!!

  • Posted on Nov 01, 2008 at 07:26 AM

    Hi

    The VPRS will be determined in the sales order(depends on the pricing procedure) and it is statistical. The same will be copied into the delivery or redetermined again depending on the copy control settings for the field PRICE TYPE where we can specify whether the values (esp redetermine COST also) should be redetermined or not.

    Thanks,

    Ravi

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2008 at 07:30 AM

    Hi,

    this is really the complex point to understand the way that physical stock input/output communite with the CO. For every consultant, this is a big challenge.

    as i understand, the IMG likes:

    1. Assign Movement Type to Schedule Line

    2. Define the Movement Type, Allowed Transaction of Movement Type, and Accounting Group of Movement Type <OMJJ>

    3. Define the Account Determination <OBYC>

    The Transaction likes:

    1. when create SO, system auto get the movement type based on the Schedule Line Setting.

    2. when create DN, it copys from SO.

    3. when PGI in DN, the physical stock will be consumed. the stock should be convert to cost. system will search out transaction key<GBB> and Acct Modif<VAX> from Movement Type Setting, and the valuation class<7928> from material master. then find out the Debit/Credit Acct based on Account Determination.

    In addition, if you active the "Valuation Group", you shoud group valuation area and company code by "Valuation Group".

    Hope this is helpful for you.

    BEST REGARDS

    DAVE

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