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Hi,

There is a semifinished good fo which there are a number of domestic orders. Since export orders are coming the client want split valuation for this material.

how it will affect the existing orders/

neeraja

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2011 at 11:01 AM

    Hi Neeraja

    1. Its not clear as to whether you are referring to sales order or purchase orders... I assume you are talking about Sales orders

    2. You cant have split valuation till your stock is zero....So, you have to temporarily issue the stock to a cost center using 201 mvt type, Activate Split valuation as mentioned in the above reply, and then bring back the stock again using 202 mvt type

    3. You need to use Mixed Costing in order to create a cost estimate for each Valuation type.... However, you can update only avg cost estimate into the Mat Master

    While creating proc alt in CK91N, you need to select the valuation Type as well

    br, Ajay M

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2011 at 10:40 AM

    You can have a valuation category in Material Master under tab Accounting Tab1 as "B" it is going to split the value of Domestic purchase value and export purchase value.

    Give a suitable points

    Rrg

    YJ

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2011 at 11:55 AM

    Hi Neraja...

    You have to activate Split valuation.

    Goto OMWC and you will find three tab in top Global types, Global Cat , and Local defination.

    Here you have to creat split valuation conf with the help of your MM consultant. Disscuss your req and make the settings.

    After that you creat Material in MM01 in Accounting Tab 1.

    kkumar

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