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Product Costing - CK11N BOM component wrong quantity

Hi,

I have a question regarding Material Cost Estimates. I have a material (Product A) which has a BOM header Qty of 524. One of the Components (Product B) has a Qty of 560. When I run the Cost Estimate for Product A, the component costing list doubles the quantity of Product B, and therefore doubles the cost (this is when I change the report Qty to 524).

The Costing Lot Size on the product A is 1. When I change this Costing Lot Size on the material master to 100 and rerun the CK11N, the Component Qty and Cost are correct.

Is there some rule that I should be following when it comes to Costing Lot Sizes?

Thanks for any help.

Daniel.

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2009 at 11:58 AM

    check "Base quantity" in BOM - Tcode CS03- Header data.

    change it to the value eaqual to costing lot size in Material Master, then try. It should work.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 05:56 PM

    The costing lot size in the material master record is usually used as a basis for costing all materials within one low-level code.

    The lot size of the components are changed to the lot size of header component(material or finished goods ) which will be costed.

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