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ck11n costing problem

Hi All,

One finished good material i have mainatained it in three plants. In one plant(a) it is maintined as special procurement key as 30 and the other plant(b) it is to be produced and other plant(c) it is costing plant.

I have mainatiend the price as 200 in plant "a" and in plant "b" it is "1" and in plant "c" it is 150. When i am doing ck11n it giving the cost as 150.

Please let me where exactly is the problem.

"points guaranted"

Regards,

D.Dutta

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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 12:43 PM

    Hi Debasis,

    Can you pl. provide more details.

    Which plant are you costing? How did you maintain the price currently? What is the price control indicators set & what is the sourcing strategry for all plants?

    Regards,

    Som

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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 04:32 PM

    You need not require a separate plant just for costing purpose. Perhaps your special procurement key is pointing towards the costing plant for the rest of your plants. Hence, when you run the costing run, they reach the source plant value and populating the remaning plants.

    The purpose of special procurement key is to fetch the standard price from the source plant.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Sridhar,

      Thnx for your analsys. You pointed in the right direction.

      Yesterday only i found that in costing view of the material master there is a field SpecProcurem Costing in which it maintained as cost transfer from plant xxx co. code xx.

      Thnx.

      I have rewred the point.

      Regards,

      D.Dutta

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