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Dear All,

If in CK11N the system estimates the costs for a multilevel finished material. For the underlying SemiFinishedGoods it uses OR Moving Average Price OR the price for the underlying raw materials. (if for example it cannot determine costs for subcontracting).

Where is it determined which price this Tcode will use for what materials?

In OKKN for PPC3 valuation variant 002 is used. This has priority in OPN2 1-7 and 2-3. This 7 means according to price control in MM. If in materials master for example V is set for price control it should just take the MAP. But it only does this if it can't calculate something on a lower level in my case subcontracting.

Can anyone throw a light on tis?

Thanks,

Michaë

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 06:25 PM

    spimic,

    I think that the Procurement Type for the material will define if the Subcontracting is used or not. If the material has a F 30, then a subcontracting price should be used, together with the component price....If the material has a E, then a routing will be required. On the other hand, F will use the MAP. Does the cost calculation trigger some error message ?

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 05:26 PM

    Dear Michael,

    Std cost estimate is for- in house production material, the prerequisite to run std cost estimate are BOM & routing, If any one ( BOM and Routing is missing ) you can't able to run Std cost estimate

    For material subcontracting, doesn't have routing, so you can't able to run std cost estimate,

    for external procured material, SAP suggested to use V, based on the MIRO price, the moving average price is determined for the material.

    In your question , You are telling about OPN2,OKKN

    this setting is applicable for production GR only, not for subcontracting GR and purchase order GR.

    this setting determines, which value as to taken at the time of production GR, in that setting , if you set the price as to take only from std cost estimate, then, at the time of Production GR, system will take a value from std cost estmate only, If you set 7, system will take price as per the price control

    Hope this will clarify your query,

    thanks & regards,

    Sundaresan

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      Thank you both for the input,

      What I really wanted to know is when I select costing variant PPC1. It uses planned price if it can't calculate the price correctly.

      When using PPC3 it doesn't.

      Where is this set in the costing variant?

      Best regards,

      Michaë

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 06:26 PM

    Double posting

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 09:41 AM

    In OKKN you could analyse the different Costing variants. For PPC1 and PPC3 the valuation variant differ. 001 used in standard cost estimate takes a price from the material master if an error occurs on a lower level.

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