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Only remaining var. in version 0 - no target costs for order

Hi ,

I am getting above error while doing the variance calculation.

please help me out.

what are the prerquisite for settlement rule.let me know with E2E procedure.

Thanx

sailendra

Edited by: sailendra mulagada on Jun 26, 2009 6:21 PM

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2009 at 05:27 AM

    First prerequites for Running Varaince calculation is that , your Order (Production or Process ) should have TECO status.

    Also ensure that the plan price has been calculated for the process order.

    For Settlement:

    You should have proper Source structure, Settlement cost element, Settlement rule, PA transfer structure properly defined and assgned to the Order type for which you have created the Order.

    Hope this information will help you

    Do let me kow if you have any further doubt.

    Regards

    Kamlesh

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2009 at 10:39 AM

    Dear,

    Please refer this link,

    only-remaining-var-in-version-0---no-target-cost-f

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      If you don't have a valid std cost for the material on production order creation date then you will get this error message.

      I believe you have selected current std cost estimate in OKV6 customization.

      Per my knowledge, you have to cancel and re-create the production order after the std. cost release date. The other option is you can turn message KV151as warning using t-code OPR4_KKS1 or OPR4_KKS. But, you will get a wrong variance calculation.

      Thanks

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