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Calculation of Planned and Actual costs in an activity

Hello All,

How can we capture the Planned and Actual costs of all the activity elements (Activity Internal / Material Components) in an activity?

I have an activity by name: Concreting Work, in this acitivity i have activity elements as mentioned below

Concreting Work -


> Activity

Labour 50 H -


> Activity Element

Self Loder 5 H -


> Activity Element

Vibrator 2 H -


> Activity Element

Water Tanker 4 H -


> Activity Element

Two Wheller 2 L -


> Activity Element

Four Wheller 1 L -


> Activity Element

01-SAND 2 M3 -


> Materail Component

01-CEMENT 80 BAG-------> Materail Component

01-MAT-12 5 M3 -


> Materail Component

01-MAT-20 4 M3 -


> Materail Component

01-MAT-40 1 M3 -


> Materail Component

Now my query is that is there a way in which i can see all the Plan/Actual costs of the activity elements, (Activity Internal / Material Components) of the activity Concreting Work.

Regards,

Sudarshan.

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 07:33 AM

    yes all the plan and actual costs will be visible in PS reports

    Transaction PS01 - go to Financials

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 07:36 AM

    Hi,

    Use CN41/CN41N and other PS reports under PS01.

    Muzamil

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      Hi Sudarshan,

      I think you should go through Virendra's reply once again. It clearly mentions that in your case all the costs are collected at the activity level hence the costs are displayed cumulatively at the activity level.

      You might as well try what Nitin has suggested.

      Regards,

      Gokul

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