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pcc - object was not costed

Hi Gurus,

When preliminary cost estimate is done for a product cost collector , following errors are shown - "Object was not costed ";

" Cost component split costed with value of zero ".

We are using cost estimate w/ot quantitiy structure.

Can we use cost estimate w/ot quantity structure.?

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    Posted on May 04, 2012 at 06:29 PM

    This is due to master data issue. Usually is something related with costing that you missed out.

    Please check following settings in material master:

    1) Valuation Class in Accounting 1 view,

    2) Price Control in Accounting 1 view,

    3)Check Box " With Qty Structure" in Costing 1 view,

    4)Check the costing relevancy indicator is ticked for the items in BOM.

    5) Check the routing operations need to be relevant for costing (i.e. the control key used should have Cost ticked).

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  • Posted on May 05, 2012 at 05:58 AM


    Please check the following

    1. Routing

    2. Costing Lot size

    The error " Cost component split costed with value of zero " is because the values in the estimate is too low for costing so try to increase the costing lot size while executing the KKPAN (cost estimate W/O Qty structure)


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    • Former Member


      Please check the BOM Components...

      One Finished Goods under we have so many Semi Finished Goods, I think they have not maintained the BOM for some Semi Finished Goods.

      Directly maintained SFGs in BOM, in this case also it is showing the Message"Cost Object not Costed"

      Same issue i got and i resolved myself...

      Please check box "With Qty Structure" in Costing View.



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