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no values in planned total

hi experts,

i wanna know how the field 'planned total' can get values in trans cj40 or cj30.

i make a PR for my projcet,but i find the PR value doesn't transfer to 'planned total' in cj40 or cj30,should i config someting? by the way,i have actived the comitment management in contral area

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zlf

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2010 at 04:25 PM

    The cost arise from PR is commitment cost, you will not see it in planned total. Read F1 document of planned total, you will understand what are the costs are added up to that column.

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2010 at 08:00 PM

    I agree with Ahmed, PR or PO for a WBS are not transfer as planned cost, they are commitment cost. I think you can see this cost in CJ30 and CJ40 as assigned cost.

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2010 at 06:05 PM

    Hi

    1.From the Transactions CJ30 and CJ40,When you make any chage in Planned cost will adress manual inputs.

    2.A PR requirement of Material or Services will be depending upon on the Account assignment for Triggering the Purchase requistion-- the it Turns into PO(Commitment Cost) --Once Material Recieved against WBS Element or Activity(Actula Cost).

    3.Project Sytem is having special feature like Network Costing that will validate your PR(Materia Cost) cost into Planned Cost,which allways need Lots of Configuration and Version Management.

    Let me know, if you require further Infomation..

    Thanks,

    Chakravarthy P.

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