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QA11/ Production order Cost

I was wanting to know when you confirm a work order through co11n and post the qty. this automatically creates an inspection lot for us. Using QA11 or QE72 we then give the inspection lot a usage decision - if everything is OK and all material goes to unrestricted stock this works OK. My problem is that when I put some stock to scrap and samples and assign a cost centre I can only put it to the same cost centre as the work order. I want to post samples to our QA cost centre. If I have the same cost centre the actual work order costs are effected.

In MM is works OK for purchasing - we receipt the PO via MIGO_GR and this creates the inspection lot. We can then use QA11/QE72 to put a usage decision on and post the amounts to unrestricted, scrap (and assign a cost centre) and samples and assign the QA cost centre. All costs go to the correct areas.

I want to have the same functionality on the PP side and not effect the actual costs of the work order by adding a usage decision in QM and putting qty's to scrap and samples.

my client want to separate the cost fgrom Production Order.

Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Posted on Jan 15, 2009 at 12:19 PM

    Dear Faiza,

    Cost centers lying in the same profit center that of the work order is allowed for posting scrap. But the cost will get effected on the work order.

    I am also waiting for answers from the experts.

    Thanks for this question

    Regards

    gajesh

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