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CK11N Showing morethan standard cost

Dear All,

Hi, I had run the costing run for one finished material, after that i checked the estimated cost analysis in CK11N t.code. In ck11n system showing the morethan standard cost. My fg material cost is 16500/-, but in ck11n showing the morethan 22 lakhs.

I checked BOM also, there is no mistake in BOM and also i checked my internal activity prices also. It's also correct. But in ck11n estimated cost showing morethan 22 lakhs, but actual estimated cost is 16500/- only.

I am facing the above probelm, where we can check . Any body please help to me.It's very urgent to me.

Thanks & Regards,


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  • Posted on Sep 24, 2011 at 06:18 AM

    Dear Puri,

    Please check the Costing Lot Size on your Cost Estimate.


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  • Posted on Sep 24, 2011 at 06:23 AM


    along with lot size please also check valuation variant for plant


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    • Former Member Krishna Achanta

      Hi Krishna,

      I checked OKKP settings, Here we r using company code currency not in controlling area currency, And also i checked current fiscal year level also, here we selected the all currecies check box under other indicator.

      Thanks & Regards,


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