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Management Report

Hi All,

My Client wants two Reports 1. Std Costing Report

2. Management Report.

For these Two reports we are having different types of Overheads......

I have created two costing sheets, one for std costing and another for Management Report....

I have released the Std Cost with different Costing Variant. (Eg: Price is 9000)

For Management Report, i have tested cost run for one FG (CK11N) with different Costing Variant it is showing correct cost and my client was satisfied. (Eg: Price is 9500).

Now my doubt is If i run Std cost for all FGs with different Costing Variant(Management) and update the price as Planned Price1, Planned Price2 and Planned Price3...

This Planned price it will effect in anywhere? please suggest me...then only i will do the release and update the price in Planned Price1,2 and 3.

And one more doubt Std Cost Overheads are flowing to COPA. And how to map the Management Reporting Overheads to COPA. (Without Billing)

Kindly suggest me, then i will go for further steps......

Regards,

Chandrababu.B

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  • Posted on Apr 23, 2012 at 02:00 PM

    Dear,

    Until unless you want to release the costing for FG/SFG, what is the purpose of flowing the data to COPA? You said the 2nd costing variant is for Management. If yes, probably you will not be releasing the cost, only Analysis would be doing to find the Anticipated re-valuation amount.

    Until unless you release the price through CK40N or CK24, the standard price will not get updated. So there won't be any impact.

    Price change document = T Code CKMPCD

    Tables

    KEKO

    KEPH

    Just try

    Thanks

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