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Setttlement to production order

Hi Gurus,

I had problem in settlemnt of prodcution order.

Here I kept Finished product Material price control as V. Initally there was no stock in the material master recored. when actual costs are collected in Prodcution order. After making MB31, Goods issue form production order to Stock. When I am making settlement, it is picking only material costs for settlement and not the activity prices.The activty costs are still lying in the order itself.

Pls. suggest the solutilon for this problem.

Thank in Advance

Praveen

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 12:35 PM

    Check the Allocation structure assigned to Order type. This should have CE's associated with Activity prices.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 07:55 AM

    Hi,

    guess you are trying to settle to Co-PA. Check the PA-transfer structure assigned in order master data to see if the secondary cost elements for act. prices, they are not assigned to a value field, thus they are not settled.

    Best regards, Christian

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      Hi Christain,

      Thanks for quick reponse. Here COPA is not activated. I want to settle Production order balance to material produced and lying in the stock. Price Control for finished product in the mateial master is kept as "V".

      Thanks,

      Praveen

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