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In MM17 mass change - valuation type field is not present

Hi Friends,

I wants to extend material , as valuation type.

But if i select mass change 'MM17' and will go to' material valuation table', there i am not finding -valuation type field.

Then how can i add it?

Regards,

Mahesh.

Edited by: mahesh A on Jul 14, 2011 7:34 PM

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 05:49 PM

    HI Mahesh,

    Using transaction SM30, add an entry to table MASSFLDLST with values BUS1001, MBEW, and BWTAR. This makes the new field available in the MM17.

    Thanks

    Chandru

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      Hi Mahesh,

      Your situation looks quite weired, ok one basic question, have you got split valuation activated in valuation and account assignment config.

      If yes then try to use MM01 to extend the material to valuation typean see if system is allowing you to do so.

      If no, then first activate it ( I feel it wud be activated as it comes activated by default)

      Regards

      Chandra Shekhar

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 05:48 PM

    Hi Mahesh,

    Did you initially set up your material with split valuation???

    It better you use LSMW or BDC to extend the material to new Plants.

    Regards

    Chandra Shekhar

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 05:49 PM

    HI Mahesh,

    Using transaction SM30, add an entry to table MASSFLDLST with values BUS1001, MBEW, and BWTAR. This makes the new field available in the MM17.

    Thanks

    Chandru

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