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Account Determination for CO11N

Dear All,

I would like to ask a question regarding CO11N (Enter Time Ticket for Production Order).

We have assigned a Work Center WC1 to the routing, in this Work Center, there is Setup and Labour activity to be confirmed using CO11N.

I would like to ask where in configuration can I define the Account Determination to link this activity to a GL Account for calculating Costing (like OBYC is MM module)

Many Thanks.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 07:47 AM

    Dear

    Did you check in KP26/kp27 with Activity Type , Costcentre in Work Centre Costing tab and FY

    Check and come back

    Regards

    JH

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 07:42 AM

    Activity is linked with CO module only,

    While confirming activity in Co11n, system will pick the value based on the activity type and cost center ( maintained in work center costing view) and as per the formula system will calculate costing

    In KP26 you can find the Price for activity ( linked with cost center and activity),

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    • Dear ,

      In the activity type ( KP26) , you define the rate of activity ( Flexible rate or variable rate ) , validity under Cost Elements and subsequyenetly this Cost Elements are intrelinked with Cost Centre of Production .

      So when ever there is a activity happening either its a Labour .Machine , the rates based on KP26 and you can find the Planned and Actual cost of those activity in Production Order -Goto-Cost-Cost Analisys-Itemisation -Orgine Group or -Choose Costing trend , you find the Cost Element/Work Centre /Cost Centre with total cost of the activity

      Hope this is clear

      Regards

      JH

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