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Default Rule of Production Order Settlement

Hello

There are two default rules called PP1 - Production Mat.Full settlement & PP2-Production orders (periodic settlement).

If we assign the above PP1 as default rule in the production plant & order type combination, the system is considering the 100% settlement to the materail. We want to settle the 100% variance to the cost center instead of Materail.

In the above situation, we are changing the settlement rule in each and every prodcution order manuualy as MAT (Materail) - 0% & CTR (Cost Center) -100%. We would like to make defualt the cost center as settlement rule with 100%

kindly give the configuration procedure

Regards

Anilkumar

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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2009 at 08:41 AM

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2009 at 06:26 PM

    Hi,

    Try with settlement profile creation and assignment in the order type (Tcode-KOT2)

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    Sudhakar Reddy

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2009 at 11:30 AM

    Hi Anil,

    Whatever the settings you play with. when you create an order with material, the settlement rule MAT is by default.

    This cannot be changed.

    You have only option to create the settlement rule manually as you described in your question.

    But if you want to settle to Cost Ceter and you want Cost center settlement rule to be populated by default, the only option is to create the production order without material using CO07.

    i have tested many possibilities to have cost center settlement rule by default when we create Production Order with Material. But it did not work out.

    But from the business requirement stand point

    Best Regards

    Surya

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