Skip to Content
author's profile photo
Former Member

costing sheet

In case of PM order i came across object class field in additional data tab which on further bifurcation has four options as investment,overhead,profit analysis,production.Of all these overhead is selected.Pls. clear what is the role of this tab?

Add comment
10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

  • Follow
  • Get RSS Feed

2 Answers

  • Best Answer
    author's profile photo
    Former Member
    Posted on May 06, 2011 at 11:08 AM

    Hi

    Yes, As PM Orders are bearing expense, those are will be booked against Overhead Object Class.

    Receivers could be anything like Cost Center, Internal Order, WBS, Network, Asset, etc,. according to settlement profile creation.

    Regards,

    Maheswaran.

    Add comment
    10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

  • author's profile photo
    Former Member
    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 06:16 AM

    Hi,

    Object class categorises the Controlling Objects like Cost center, Internal Order, WBS, etc., based on business functions. This object class will be used in analysing the cost flows in Controlling area.

    You can use Controlling objects as senders or receivers.

    True Controlling objects, and therefore the account assignment objects, are:

    1. Cost centers (for account assignment of costs)

    2. Orders (true)

    3. Projects (true)

    4. Networks

    5. Make-to-order sales orders

    6. Cost objects,

    7. Profitability segments

    Some of the controlling objects have been assigned some default class by defaylt by SAP.

    [Object Class|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/66/bc7f3843c211d182b30000e829fbfe/content.htm]

    Regards,

    Maheswaran.

    Add comment
    10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

    • Former Member Former Member

      Thank u for providing the tab.

      Just in case as i am using it in Case of PM orders so it is showing object class as overhead so that cost can be booked on the respective cost centers or internal orders.