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Table CKIS

Hi All,

I need an information about table CKIS. From where the table takes data?

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 12:11 PM

    Hi,

    CKIS table contains only data related with cost estimate, this table gets updated through many transactions example: F-02, FB50 and so on...

    the bellow link might also help you in understanding

    Table CKIS

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    Edited by: Sathish Kumar.K on Dec 8, 2011 1:15 PM

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 12:20 PM

    Hi,

    CKIS is the itemization table for cost estimate, which will store the itemizations entries under the header material (come from BOM, routing, defined addtive cost, etc).

    In order to see the cost estimate of a material please check the table MBEW too.

    You'll get all the itemization information which is consistent with the display result of CK13N.

    To see the total record regarding the header mateiral, you should use table CKHS. Please use cost estimate number instead of the material number & plant, as material no and plant is not included in the table CKHS.

    For a cost estimate, it has both cost component split and itemization. Table CKIS contains the itemization data and table KEPH contains the cost component data. Field CKIS-ELEMT indicates which cost component the itemization belongs to. If the value of this field is 000, it means that this itemization is not updated in the cost component split.

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    Waman

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