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Only KOFI settings done in VKOA settings


We have done VKOA settings (GL Account determination) for KOFI. We have not done for KOFK. At present my accounting entries are getting posted properly. But i do not know use of KOFK. Why there are two different things such as KOFI and KOFK.

As i told that we have not done GL determination for KOFK. Will it impact any CO related postings or COPA. Please help.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2011 at 06:29 AM

    KOFK is used when ever we are posting the document where a cost is involved that can be checked via the Requirment class in the Sales order in the Procurment step.

    then we have to check for the requirment class in customization by Img- SD - Basic function ->availability check and TOR -> TOR - > define requirment class-> Go to detail screen.

    please Check for the account assignment setting if This is E then It will ask for the KOFK with Cost.

    if that is blank then it will not ask for Cost and it will go to the KOFI. only revenue account determination.

    Apart from the explanations given above

    KOFI is used for Make-to-Stock scenario

    KOFK is used for Make-to-Order scenario.

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