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How to post costs to the project?

Hello

I need to post costs to the project for testing purposes. Please tell me how as I am not PS consultant

Any costs to any period

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2009 at 03:09 PM

    Hi Comandante,

    Release Project first, then Execute MIGO transaction.

    Selection Goods Issue, against Others.

    select movement type 221 Q.

    Check the availability of stock for any material in MMBE for same plant which is assigned in the WBSE/Project.

    Enter material, qty, WBSE, Plant and storage location and then Issue material. Check the actual cost against WBSE in CJI3.

    As suggested by robert, you can post actuals in the project but you have to run more transactions.

    Hope this helps you !!

    Br

    Hari.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      In case of Milestone Billing;

      You can post revenues by creating billing document thrugh VF01.

      Before this, this you need to assign project WBS to Sales Order. Transfer milestones to Sales Order. Release and confirm milestones. Billing block will be removed and you can post actual revenues thrugh VF01.

      In case of Resource related billing, you can post revenues by running DP91 and then creating billing document thrugh VF01

      Regards,

      Kabir

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