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Actual/Plan costs for non-stock through EBP

In the cost tab for my work order,the actual costs is showing different than that of plan costs (for non-stock items procured

through EBP).Why is this so?

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:13 AM

    Hi Mainaba,

    PLease explain the process in brief if it is not stock item so are u creating the PR through External activity . Make sure the quantity u have mentioned in Both side is equal .Check the price maintained also.

    With Regards

    Aswin Nair

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:27 AM

    When unplanned Good issuances are made against the work order then actual cost becomes greater than planned cost. You can check the unplanned GI through IW3M.

    Regards,

    Tehsin

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:56 AM

    There can be many reasons for this;

    1. The actual cost may be less or more than the planned due to the change in the price in the purchase order due to negotiations. Check your PO.

    2. Is there a change in the quantity from planned and actual, check GRN

    3. I hope there is no direct purchase i.e. the entry has not been made by finance and having account assignment as maintenance order.

    Ketul

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