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CKM3 - PPV analysis: split between exchange rate effect and price effect

Dears,

I need to verify how the purchase price variance (PPV) is calculated within the Material Ledger, specifically regarding the split between exchange rate effect and price effect.

I found transaction CKM3 that display the exchange rate difference and the price difference (I think total price difference = exchange rate effect + price effect), but I still have some open points:

- How CKM3 should works? I created some documents to test this transaction (goods receipt from purchase order and its invoice) creating a PPV with exchange rate effect and price effect (both) but in CKM3 the split is not shown, only the total PPV is shown at document level.

- Is there same specific procedure to be followed? Is there other steps to be done before CKM3 is executed in order to split the PPV?

and then

- Is CKM3 the best solution to analyze the PPV within Material Ledger?

Thanks and Regards,

Jody

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 09:12 AM

    Hi Jody,

    Plz refer the below web link which explain the Purchase price variance and exchange rate differences with example.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/EN/d2/cb4f09455611d189710000e8322d00/frameset.htm.

    You can also go to the same link with (help.sap.com.) CO->PC->ML/AC->Posting Example.

    CKM3 is the best solution for Material Price Analysis.

    Thanks & Regards,

    ADI

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