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Costing Lot size in CK11N

Hi,

When we do Cost estimates using CK11N or CK40N the lot size arising is not the costing lot size (We gave 1000).

For ex: We gave lot size as 1000, system give 987 or 990 etc.

I have checked if scrap is playing any role in the calculation. But this is coming for materials even without scrap.

Please let me know what might be causing the problem.

Thanks

Naveen

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  • Posted on May 21, 2009 at 10:54 AM

    HI,

    Is it for all the materials or for some of the materials.

    Check the material master, is it maintained wrongly with some value.

    Check in the BOM, is there any scrap % is maintained. Check in the material master also the scarp %.

    One more thing, Maintain material master with 1000 as lot size and run CK11n for the same material. Let us know the out come.

    Vijay

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    Posted on May 24, 2009 at 07:38 PM

    Hi Naveen,

    If you have mentioned the Costing Lot Size in the Material Master, when you run the Standard Cost Estimate in CK40N, system will automatically pick up the lot size from the Material Master. When you run the Std Cost Estimate, you will have the option of entering the Costing Lot Size in the initial parameters selection screen.

    When you say that system is giving lot size of 986 or 987, what do you mean by that? Is the Quantity being changed by the System or the Value?

    Srikanth Munnaluri

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