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Product Costing with split valuation


In our scenarion, we have split valuation for Finished goods with different valuation type.

now with valuation type , we have price control "S" and without valuation type price control is "V'

When i m doing the costing run, system is not pickinng the valuation type. System is updating the standard price without valuation type , where the price control is "V".

Because of this system is not updation the value of the stock as per the standard price.

Is there any way to do the costing run with valuation type specific.



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  • Jun 28, 2010 at 10:44 AM


    Regarding the split valuation and standard price :

    The cost estimate is created on the header segment and this is Standard SAP design.

    If one material has split valuation, standard price will be released only for header segment (valution type blank). You have the possibility to release standard price for in-house production segment, if you set the 'Default'-flag in the customizing transaction for splitted val. (OMWC) for the val. category 'X'.

    Alternatively you might create a mixed cost estimate to release prices for each procurement alternative that is associated with a val. type.

    The only way to mark and release a standard costing per valuation type is by using the functionality of mixed costing. That means that you have to define a quantity structure category and define a procurement alternative based on a valuation type of your material. Afterwards you have define a mixing ratio for your material and the defined quantity structure category.

    Based on this master data (procurement alternatives and mixing ratios) it is possible to carry out a mixed costing, one part of this mixed costing should be a cost estimate based on your valuation type. If you mark and release the mixed cost estimate the system will set the standard price on valuation type level (prerequisite: you have the define the procurement alternative based on the valuation level)

    Please refer to NOTE 552486 (FAQ):

    "Question 10: In the case of a split valuation, why can the prices only be updated in the internal segment?

    Answer:In the initial standard SAP System, only the header segment is calculated and the price is updated only here.However, if the "Valuation type 'in-house production' mandatory" flag is set for the categories in Customizing (Transaction OMWC), it is also possible to update the price in an internal segment.For external segments (procured externally) this does not make any sense in general.However, mixed costings can also be created and updated for several segments via procurement alternatives."

    Setting this flag will take impact on materials WITH split valuation in the future. New prices will be released for the in-house segment in addition to header segment in TA CK24.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Lai,

      How are you? Could you please let me know, if you've already found a solution for this issue?

      Best Regards,


  • Mar 25, 2014 at 03:36 PM

    Any updates on this?

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