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Suppose

- Total production ; 1000 EA Qty (number of orders are 10) : No posting in COPA

- Product wise Sales, Qty 900EA & Std Cost posted in COPA via SD condition type mapped with Value Fields.

- No.of orders variance settled : 8 Posted to COPA variance Value Fields.

- No.of orders 2 are in WIP (Transferred to Balance Sheet) not in COPA

- Total Physical Stock Opening : 100 ; Production : 1000 EA :: Sold :: 900 Closing Stock :: 200 in MB5b

How I can check product wise actual cost, assume that Std Cost of Goods Sold+Variance = COGS

then I think it will also be wrong because variance of 8 process orders was settled and closing stock is still available. What is good possiblity to get actual product wise cost.

important matter pl reply in detail

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2008 at 05:20 PM

    You can see the actual costs to the tune of sales in COPA, you are right that variance would be to the tune of total production. You might need to pro-rate it for the qty sold in the reports to get actual costs.

    Does that help..

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2008 at 06:51 PM

    Only actual costing with material ledger, can meet your requirements. This would take care of all the variances (procurement & manufacturing variances) from the lowest levels and rolls it up to the highest levels. It revaluates the inventory, consumption (COGS, writeoffs, etc)

    Regards

    Lalit Bhatt

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 05:29 AM

    thanks

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