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Val. category description - blank under costing tab in maint. order

Hi,

For maint. order IW32 under costing tab, we are getting val. category description as blank with planned costs, actual costs with some values.

However under the same tab internal labor costs planned and actual costs are shown as zero.

What needs to be done for correct labor costs.

Thanks.

Anirudh,

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 10:50 AM

    Hello,

    Please Check & Do the setting in SPRO for the Below Nodes

    Plant Maintenance and Customer Service -> Maintenance and Service Processing -> Basic Settings -> General Order Settlement -> Maintain Allocation Structure

    Plant Maintenance and Customer Service -> Maintenance and Service Processing -> Basic Settings -> Settings for Display of Costs -> Maintain Value Categories

    Plant Maintenance and Customer Service -> Maintenance and Service Orders -> Functions and Setting for Order Types -> Costing Data for Maintenance and Service Orders -> Assign Costing Parameters and Results Analysis Keys

    Plant Maintenance and Customer Service -> Maintenance and Service Processing -> Basic Settings -> General Order Settlement -> Maintain Settlement Profile

    Regards,

    Rakesh

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 11:56 AM

    Hi,

    Where the value category is blank and there is some costs associated to it, means that the cost element associated to this posting is not identified as part of any value category.You would need to add the cost element to the appropriate value category and then regenerate the information for this report using transaction OLI5.

    Regards

    Narasimhan

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