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Scrap responsible operation

Hi,

For one of our custom reports I'm looking for the Responsible Operation as displayed in the Explanation of the Scrap with transaction KKS2 (Variance calculation)? So not the standard operation on the order but the one that is responsible for the scrap.

I'm looking for tables or functions that can lead me to the responsible operation starting from the production order.

Thanks,

Ton

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 07:00 PM

    Dear,

    Pl explain your requirement...if you have the data in KKS2 why are looking for a Z report.

    Raj

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      Dear Raj,

      KKS2 (individual) or KKS1N (collective) provide a high level report, where as the plant managers desire to know where the scrap is being generated. The business is looking to analyse the Scrap (value) generated at a responsible operation level. This can be done on an order by order level within KKS1N, ideally the business needs to identify and sum the operational scrap based on a responsible operation. The Business can then easily identify where the scrap (value) is being generated and initiate corrective actions.

      That's one of the reasons for which we are using the Z report. It reports the manufacturing variances per order, per cost center and for the scrap that must be the one related to the responsible operation.

      I think that KKS2 function K_VARIANCES_BASICCOSTS_READ delivers the operations and scrap values we are looking for, but am not completely sure.

      Thanks,

      Ton

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