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Actual costing

Hello,

We have not implemented the activity costing for standard product cost. we are only calculating RM/PM cost for a standard cost of finished goods.

I did the basic configuration for standrad cost & actual cost. We are creating process order for finsihed product.

My question is:

suppose my finshed good is X & as perBOM one of the component of X is A.

At the time of standrd costing MAP of A is 10 & qty of A for prodcut X as per BOM is 10 KG.

Then standard cost of product X is

Qty of A ( 10 KG ) * MAP of A (10 ) = 100

now i created a process order , but that time MAP of component A is 11 , then my actual cost is 10 kg *11= 110.

I want to calaculate this actual cost & also the variance.

Questions:

1.Anyone know which configuration is required for this

2.which transctions are used for calculation of actual proce of process order & then variance

3.which report is used to check the std & actual cost

4.Is CON2 is valid only when we have activity price

I executed CON2 but it didn't work.

Thanks in advance

Regards,

Anagha

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2010 at 09:35 AM

    HI

    Please check the below link for product costing related configuration.

    http://www.sap-topjobs.com/SpecialPP/ProductcostingECC6.pdf

    KKS1 & KKS2 are the tcodes used for variance calculation.

    Regards

    Bala

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