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Price Calculation With Cost Component Split

Hello.

I have some question about Price Calculation With Cost Component Split .

There art some prerequisites as below :

Before you can display the cost component split for the prices (the splitting into cost components) you must fulfill several requirements on the system side.

1. Create a cost component structure

You save the cost component structure used for price calculation in the version. Cost component splitting is not carried out if a cost component structure does not exist in the version.

2. Assign cost components to the cost component structure

The cost component encompasses all costs of the assigned cost element range. You assign cost components to the cost component structure based on your organizational requirements.

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Our Co-Area have Two company. The two company have different cost component structures.

And Each company want to run Price Calculation With Cost Component Split .

So I can not save the cost component structure used for price calculation in the version.

I want to know some alternative if possible.

Details :

Co-area : 1000

Company code : 1000 (Cost Component stru.: SL)

Company code : 2000 (Cost Component stru.: SG)

Each cost components have different structures.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2010 at 11:01 AM

    Hi,

    Further to your inputs, we request you to update us with some more details to enable us to update you for the same.

    Make sure that the both structures settings must be out off inconsistancy.

    Please do check up at Cost Component Structure and Costing Variant and its settings, in detailed to resolve the issue you yourself.

    Regards

    VG

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2010 at 08:03 PM

    I'm pretty sure you're out of luck on this one - the CCS has to be assigned in version maintenance for price calculation to see it. This is CO-area level stuff.

    However, if you could define a common CCS for the prices, and use transfer structures to assign from the common to the specific (say, in product costing)?

    What is the business requirement for having a different CCS in each company?

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    • Former Member

      Thank you for your answer.

      Their business requirement are as below:

      1. The two company want to compose each CCS.

      2. The two compnay want to classificate direct labor cost & indirect labor cost with primary ccs splits.

      First I also considered about transfer structures with common CCS.

      But It is very complex to our Client PI members.

      And I just concerned that there may be some sap problems(one CO-AREA with two CCS and ML, primary ccs splits.....)

      So I will recommand that one company use primary ccs splits & the other can use more activity types.

  • Posted on Jul 01, 2010 at 02:52 PM

    Hi,

    It seems you dont have options left in this case

    However, try to define a common CCS, provided Cost Element XXXX does not form, say, Raw Material in Company 1 and Packing Material in company 2...

    If each of the cost elements represent a specific CCS item, then probably you can go ahead with this design

    Regards

    Ajay M

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