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Rounding issue , Base unit & sales unit

Hello

i have a base unit as CAR and sales unit as PCE

1 CAR = 48 PCE

now if i make a sales order of 1 PCE and do the delivery , as 1 PCE = 1/48 CAR = .0208333 car which gets rounded to .021 CAR

so when the goods issue is done system uses .021 CAR as base unit

which make .021 * 48 = 1.008 PCE of goods issue

so the sales order qty was 1 PCE but due to rounding 1.008 PCE is getting consumed

Can any one please suggest , how to avoid this rounding

Regards

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2011 at 09:48 AM

    Hi

    Check the rounding setting for PC in T code- CUNI.

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2011 at 10:19 AM

    Please maintain conversion factors in Material Master- addtional data- units of measure.

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      I have a similar issue, with BUOM in CS and AUOM in EA and the conversion is 1 CS = 24 EA, the tricky part is I have BUOM not maintained as the smallest unit. I can't go for new material or change UOM definition at this time. Please suggest how to get around this issue. Sales order= 1EA, Delivery= 1 EA (ideally but it is changing to 1.008 after picking), PGI = 1 (ideally, but it is changing to 1.008), failing due to stock deficit, if I have enough stock it goes thru but with extra qty.

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2013 at 05:22 PM

    Same problem here. I have the conversion factor maintained in Material Master- addtional data- units of measure.But still rounds the same way.

    Did you finally solved it?

    The answer "

    Check the rounding setting for PC in T code- CUNI."

    is not clear to me. i don't know what parameters set in that table.

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