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Valuation class

For job work i will be receiving material(cloth for Printing) from the customer and this material will be taken for different processes...

some times company itself procure material(cloth for printing) then this material will be taken for different processes and final product selled to customer

What i did was i have decided to create 2 material types(For customer material & company procured mat)

2 valuation class (One for customer mat and another for our own purchased material)

is it rite....or i can give one valuation class for both.........

where by deselecting the qty updation check box for customer material in OMS2....

Pls suggest

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2011 at 08:25 AM

    For job work i will be receiving material(cloth for Printing) from the customer and this material will be taken for different processes...

    >

    > some times company itself procure material(cloth for printing) then this material will be taken for different processes and final product selled to customer

    >

    > What i did was i have decided to create 2 material types(For customer material & company procured mat)

    > 2 valuation class (One for customer mat and another for our own purchased material)

    >

    > is it rite....or i can give one valuation class for both.........

    > where by deselecting the qty updation check box for customer material in OMS2....

    >

    > Pls suggest

    Vijay,

    The materials provided to you by your customer will not be in your ownership, and are not valuated in your stocks, hence you need not maintain value/valuation Class for these stocks. You can define valuation class for the materials you are procuring to maintain value (this is not mandatory, you can use the existing Valuation Class you are using for other proccured materials)

    Regards

    Shiva

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2011 at 09:50 AM

    Hi,

    You can Use Split Valuation for the Material which is Internally Produced and Procured from Outside.

    Check the following links :

    [what is split valuation..?;

    [http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/47/61017149f011d1894c0000e829fbbd/content.htm]

    Hope this helps,

    Best regards

    Amit Bakshi

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2011 at 11:43 AM

    HI,

    can u tell me 2 materials are valuated one price or diffrent prices.

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      one is nonvaluated(but copied from Roh material type material master with accounting view but 0 value) which we receve frm customer.......(I am creating a PO to receive that material by selecting free check box in PO)

      one is valuated what we procure on our own....

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2011 at 12:22 PM

    Hi,

    I think first you need to clearly explain the whole process in detail...there are many questions ..!!

    1. Are you doing only job work of printing for your customer?

    2. Are you selling the printed fabric to your customer?

    If you are doing only job work, then you need to charge your customer only for job work and you no need to show the purchase of fabric in your company. If you are selling the finished goods (printed fabric) to your customer then you need to show the purchase of fabric in your company.

    And just FYI, usually material type is decided based on the nature of the materials e.g. different material types are used for Raw Materials, Finished products.Semi finished products etc. And you can use one or more valuation classes for each material type.

    Regards

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