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CC assessment to PA based on Stat key fig on internal orders?

Hi Experts

Please assist me. Is it possible to capture key statistical figures on numerous Internal orders representing vehicle numbers. Then by using the assessment of cost centre cost to PA, use these statistical key figures as a tracing factor to distribute vehicle expenses to customers?

Your kind advise would be appreciated.

Kind regards

Dawn

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 09:44 PM

    No, to be available as tracing factor, the SKF need to have been captured under the cost center.

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      To be available as a tracing factor for COPA assesment, the key figure needs to have been captured in a quantity field/value field in COPA. A key figure on a cost center helps only for assessment from another cost center to that cost center.

  • Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 04:52 PM

    Hi Dawn

    Not clear about your requirement... You have captured expenses in IOs? or In Cost Center?

    Your question is bit confusing as you want to capture SKF against IO, but you said you want to allocate cost centers.. So, I am confused

    You can capture SKF against IO in KB31N... If you want to allocate expenses from IO based on SKF to COPA - use note 605281 so that IOs can be used as senders in assmt or dist cycle...

    Regards

    Ajay M

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