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Production Order Costing based on sales order

Hello

We have carried the normal standard cost estimate through CK40N and find the value of the standard cost is "x". Now we have prepared on production order with reference to the sales order, there we found the standard cost of the same materails is showing "Y".

We are using the collective orders with out goods movement process

Kindly advise why the difference raises?

Regards

Anilkumar

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2009 at 12:35 PM

    Hi

    Check out costing lot size determined by the order quantity or by the lot size in the material master record

    For example, you can specify that the lot size is only passed on for materials from individual requirements. You specify whether a material is an individual requirements material or a collective requirements material in the MRP view of the master record.

    regards

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2009 at 08:12 AM

    There is another suggestion that you can determine the costing indicator in the requirement class. you can get the requirement type from procurement page in the sales order header, then go the customizing menu to find out which requirement class has been assigned to the requirement type. Then you can get the "costing" and "mark" indicator.

    The customizing menu is the node of controlling - cost object controlling -> CO PC for sales order.

    Correct me if i am wrong, thanks.

    Best Regards!

    Flex Yang

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