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Object was not costed error in std cost estimation?

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We are getting Object was not costed error during std cost estimation for few FG and SFG materials Message no. is CK060.

We have gone through many links which have same error and done all relevant checkings and found everything is correct but still we couldn't able to solve the issue.

The scenario here is REM so we have checked the BOM and Rateroutings and found all items are cost relevant.

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KK

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 11:07 AM

    Check in the quantity structure tab whether BOM and Routing is getting exploded or not.

    Are there any other errors present alongwith this..

    Check the costing variant how the material valuation has been defined.

    The components defined in the bom have got price in the material master or not

    Regards,

    Divraj

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 11:42 AM

    Hi,

    Please check the customizing settings for costing variant (TA OKKN).

    If in register 'Misc.' there is set '0 Messages online' please change this into 1 or 2 'Log and save messages, mail active/inactive'. After changing this, the costing doesn´t terminate and you get a log. In this log you will find the messages, which are responsible for CK060. If you eliminate the causes of the responsible messages, message CK060 should no longer be issued.

    regards

    Waman

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 11:56 AM

    Hi Kiran,

    Please check below mentioned settings

    Check whether the following objects should be flagged as relevant to costing:

    Items in the BOM

    Display BOM

    Operations in the routing

    Control key in the routing

    Regards

    Srinu

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