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Error Message no. CK239-possibly for origin group

Dear Experts,

I have created Costing sheet and Credit cost element 84100000 also assigned to Cost componenet structure but while running ck11n,system is showing below error.

Cost element 84100000 is not assigned to a cost component

Message no. CK239


The system attempted to generate the cost component split for the material, but discovered that no assignment has been made in cost component structure W for cost element 84100000 and possibly for origin group .

System Response

The cost component split is incomplete. The cost of goods manufactured in the cost component split is therefore less than in the itemization.


Go into Customizing for Product Cost Controlling and carry out the assignment for cost component structure W and chart of accounts INT.

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    Posted on May 05, 2011 at 06:46 AM


    the message is easy to read, assign cost element 84100000 to the given cost comp. structure / for the given chart of accounts.

    Best regards, Christian

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    • Former Member Ajay Maheshwari

      Hi Ajay,

      As said by you

      OH Key - is meant to absorb overhead on the basis of output material

      Origin group - is meant to absorb based on Input material

      As per my understanding.

      But i can absorb OH based on my Input material also through OH key.

      Let says-My base for charging OH is RM consumption a/c and i will maintain different rate through OH KEY under OH Rate and same will be charged from my output materials. Then where s the difference?

      If you explain both process .I will really appreciate.



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