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producting order settlement and batch

Dear all consultants!

I have an issue. I want to manage value by batch. i use the follow way:

- use batch and valuation type. when good receipt from production order, i identify an certain batch and an valuation type.

- then, about variance, i do execute production order normally . when i see result, amount of variance of production order is be settled to Material (not by batch and valuation type). I run MB52/MB5C to check stock and value of stock, but value is not be changed after executing settlement production order.

The thing i care that how to post variance of production order to correspondent batch/valuation type.

any idea will be appreciated.

Thanks in advanced.

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  • Posted on May 26, 2011 at 09:39 AM


    Variances can only be inventorized using ML... W/o ML it is not possblie

    Since you are using Batch as Val Type - Try to use Price control V instead of S... Do the testing in a test client 1st

    1. Do the GR and settle the Prod order - Check if variance loaded or not

    2. Do the GR - Consume the Output to a Cost center or Prod order - Then settle the Prod order.. In this case, the variance must not be loaded on other inventory... It should be hit to PRD

    br, Ajay M

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