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Revaluation for Split Valuation Materials

We use split valuation by batches (valuation category: X) for one material. When we cost this material in CK11N we notice that it doesn't revaluate all the existing batch stocks. Does anyone know why this is happening? Also how can we get this to revaluate automatically after we release the new cost?

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2010 at 02:20 PM

    Hi,

    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 valuation (OMWC) for the valuation category 'X'.

    Please, double-check 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.

    Cost estimates created with CK11N or CK40N respectively are order neutral, i.e. means they can be used to find a standard price for the nonallocated warehouse stock. If the new price is released the warehouse stock is revaluated. In your case if all materials without an anticipated revaluation have a total warehouse stock of zero then no revaluation takes place.

    regards

    Waman

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2010 at 02:25 PM

    Hi

    Check whats your price control - V or S? If it is V, your releasing the std cost would not change the valuation

    Regards

    Ajay M

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    • Hi,

      I am running in similar problem, I have split material activation and they would like to do price control for V. When i try to attempt that in MR21 it will ask for valuation type and once we put it in valuation type it will pull S price by default.

      So, MR21 will let you change the price for S but wouldn't allow to change the price for V.

      Thank you,

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