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MM50 Extend Mtrl costing view, but after maintaining costing view in OMS2.

Hello Sap Gurus,

I have a Unique Issue, i have created few 1000s Materials with material type ZDEN, now initially while creating these materials the costing View was not selected in the Material Type,

but after creating this 1000s of material under ZDEN material type, now we require Costing View to be maintained for this material which are already created,

so as an option we went to the material type ZDEN in OMS2 and extended the costing Views for the material type,

now if i go to MM50 to extend material costing views I'm not able to extend the costing view for the materials, it gives me an error no materials selected,

but alternately if i try extending the costing views individually for each material by MM01 transaction it allows me to extend costing views to the material selected,

is there any bug or issue note to be applied or any solution for this mass extension of views in material master, any bapi to extend Materials of this scenario,

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks and regards

S Kumar

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    Posted on May 03, 2011 at 03:41 PM

    when you create a material master after initial customizing of OMS2 then SAP writes the possible views into table MOFF

    If you then do customizing in OMS2 and add the costing view, this is not updated for all your exsting materials

    Hence you dont get them via MM50 because it selects the materials based on entries in MOFF, but you can extend with MM01 as SAP checks the current customizing.

    execute transaction OMSM which can rebuilt the table and see if you then get your materials in MM50

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