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spilt valuation with batch management?


I want to activate split valuation with batch management..

i know the configuration of doing split valuation..

but, i need help on batch management configuration...

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 12:16 PM


    Why do you want both at the same time??

    Either split val. or batch management independently can solve your issues...

    Please let me know the reason...

    For split valuation :

    To select split valuation ('OMWC'), proceed as follows:

    1. Determine the valuation categories and valuation types that are allowed for all valuation areas:

    global valuation categories via menu "Goto --> Global Categories"

    global valuation types via menu "Goto --> Global Types"

    2. Allocate the valuation types to the valuation categories.

    a) Select "Goto --> Global Categories".

    b) Position the cursor on a valuation category and select

    "Goto --> Global Categories --> Assignments --> 'Types->Category'".

    c) Activate the valuation types you want.

    3. Determine the local valuation categories for each valuation area.

    a) Select "Goto --> Local definitions".

    b) Position the cursor on a valuation area and select

    "Goto --> Local Definitions --> Allocate Categoires->Org.units (button Cats->(OU)".

    You obtain a list of the global valuation categories.

    c) Activate the categories to be used in this valuation area.

    The system creates the local valuation types based on the allocations under point 2.

    Only now can you create a master record with split valuation.

    Specifying Split Valuation by creating Material Subject to Split Valuation

    1. Create a material master record, selecting the Accounting View 1.

    2. Enter your data as required on the Accounting data screen, specifying a valuation category.

    (If you can't find the valuation category field, it might be hidden, use OMSR to define the Field Groups.

    Look for the field MBEW-BWTTY for Valuation category).

    3. Be sure that the price control indicator is V for moving average price and enter a moving average price.

    4. In the case of split valuation, you can create only one valuation header record with price control V because the

    individual stock values are cumulated, and this total value is written to the valuation header record. This is where the

    individual stocks of a material are managed cumulatively. To do this, fill in the Valuation category field on the accounting

    screen when you create the material master record and leave the Valuation type field blank.

    5. Save your data and the system creates the valuation header record.

    6. The initial screen appears.

    7. Extend the material by creating new material master records from the Accounting view 1. For the first material, specify a

    valuation type in the Organizational Levels dialog box and enter the respective accounting data on the data screen.

    Proceed likewise for the other materials, distinguishing between them by valuation type. To do this, call up the material in

    creation mode again. Due to the fact that a valuation header record exists, the system requires you to enter a valuation

    type for the valuation category.

    8. Repeat step seven for every valuation type planned.

    You want to valuate the stock of material XYZ that you obtain from manufacturer A in Los Angeles at a different price than the stock you obtain from manufacturer B in Detroit. In this case, the valuation category is H for origin. Your valuation types can be LOS ANGELES and DETROIT.

    If a material is subject to split valuation, every quantity (sub-stock) of this material must be assigned to a valuation type (for example, country of origin).

    For every valuation type, there are two types of data in the system, as follows:

    Valuation data (for example, valuation price, total stock quantity, total stock value), which is defined for every valuation type at valuation-area level and applies to all dependent storage locations.

    Stock data, which, like batch data, is managed separately for each storage location. If a material that is subject to split valuation is also subject to management in batches, its stock data is not managed by valuation type, but rather by batch. Every batch is assigned to a valuation type.

    The stock quantity, stock value, and valuation price for all valuation types are managed cumulatively at valuation-area level



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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 12:19 PM


    Some tips on batch management,

    1. Batch level can be maintained at Material level or client level or plant/material level.

    2. For Batch master record both Internal and external number ranges can be used.

    3. In material master Purchasing view, General plant data view & forecasting view batch management can be set as active

    4. You can define the batch through MSC1N.

    Here is the link for batches with split valuation

    You can follow the below link for more on batch management



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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 12:21 PM

    As far as i know if the material is split valuated and batch management checkbox is ticked in the material master record (sales:general plant view,Purchasing view,work scheduling view,Plant data/stor1 view)then if you want to maintain the batch manually through MSC1N in the basic data 1 tab valuation type becomes a mandatory field.



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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 04:53 PM


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