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repeated entry of same material during costing of header

Hi ,

during costing run of a header material, a component assigned only once in BOM is comming in multiple line items with different qty.

what may be the reason?

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2010 at 06:50 AM

    Hi,

    Explode multi-level BOM via CS12 using the same bom application as used in costing run, normally it is PC01. Now check how many times the component appears & in what quantities. You may do the check via CS13 as well.

    Also check if the component is a recursive component. I suspect the above checks should clarify as to why you find the same component appearing in multiple places.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2010 at 09:37 AM

    Dear ,

    1.If the BOM compoenet is recursive ( rECURSIVE INDICATOR ACTIVE OR NOT ) , then CK11N will consider the same two times for cost estimation .

    2.Before cost estimate , what are the changes under gone in the BOM .Same compoenent with different qty can be present in BOM as multiple lines .Check in BOM explosion report like CS12/CS11

    Check those points and come back

    Regards

    JH

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