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valuation level

In material valuation there are two places effecting one is Plant another one is company code level.

Can you explain how its effecting?

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  • Posted on May 05, 2012 at 06:12 AM


    the valuation level denotes at what level u want to valuate your material. Company Code or Plant.

    Company Code Level: all the materials in all the plants under that particular company code are valuated at company code level.

    EG: 1) if material is moved form Plant A to Plant B with one company code - No accounting document is created.

    2) a material cost is same in all plants in a company code

    Plant Level: all materials are valuated at that particular plant level.

    EG: 1) Accounting document created when material stock is moved from plant A to plant B

    2) a different material moving average/standard price can be maintained in different plants

    Hope This Helps.


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  • Posted on May 05, 2012 at 06:19 AM


    SAP recommend that define the valuation area at plant level

    check following link

    Kailas Ugale

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