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OBYC Settings for UMB (Material Ledger)

Hello to all,

we are using price control 3S -> Standard Prices.

At month end for actual price calculation the inventory revaulation (change standard to actual price / OBYC settings in UMB) is assigned to account A (depending on Valuation Class) + account B (for OBYC PRD)

If I change the Standard Price for the same product the amount posted is also assigned to the same account A.

My problem is that is want to use different accounts (not A + A, but A + C). Is it possible to add two different type of setting in OBYC UMB, one for revaulation Standard Price - Actual Price one for Standard Price - new Standard Price? If possible, how to do it?

many thanks in advance for your help/feedback!!!


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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2011 at 02:53 AM

    Hi Michael

    We welcome you to SDN!

    If I have understood your requirement correctly, what you want is to hit a different account

    1. When Std cost from CK11N is changed

    2. When std cost is replaced by actual price of the previous month

    I dont think that is possible because any change in std cost hits UMB, irrespective of the reason of change... Even if you change manualy from MR21, it is going to hit UMB only


    Ajay M

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