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Costing sheet and process orders

Dear Experts,

I am confused about the functionality of costing sheet.The client I am working with will be making a process order each day and there is a possibility that two process orders will be created in a day. All the process orders will be settled at month end. The confusion is that at month end will the costing sheet divide all the costs configured in costing sheet to all the process orders of that month or not. If it is possible please guide me through the process.

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 11:11 AM


    You have to first understand the functionality of costing sheet in SAP.

    It is used to calculate or Load overheads to the inventory of Finished goods/semi finished goods.

    Irrespective of how many process orders your client creates, with the help of one costing sheet you can calculate the overheads for all the process orders at the month end and then do month end activity.

    In short you desing the logic of applying overheads on some basis either at percentages or quantity.

    The base can be material, Labour, etc.

    Hope this clarifies.


    Ravi Kumar

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