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Cost Component Structure assignment to Costing Variant

Dear all experts,

I have checked the forum but did not manage to get the answer.

After I created a production order, I go to the order > Goto > Costs > Analysis, I called out the 4 Cost Component related columns from the layout, and found no values in those columns. However I can find values of the cost component in that 4 fields in our IDES testing system.

So my question is, how to enable the flow of cost component value to these 4 fields? Why the system not capturing them?

I have created 1 CCS (for example B1) for client and assigned to masked costing variant, masked plant and masked company code.

Cost element assigned accordingly. Activated it.

I double checked the assignment of CCS in OPL1 and OKKN under "Assignments" tab, the table showing all company codes are assigned to B1.

No primary CCS split.

Version 0 has been assign to B1 for FY2012 in OKEQas well.

I noticed that the list of costing variants when I hit F4 on keyboard (in OKTZ - Assignment: Organiz. Units) are the costing variants that I can find in OKKN (for example ZPC1). But these costing variants are meant for cost estimate. Not sure whether this is relevant.

Did I missed out anything setting?

Thank you.

Best Rgds,

Sebastian

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2012 at 06:41 AM

    Hi,

    Please check which settings you have in Product cost controlling info system. if the cost elements in question are assigned to the cost component structure identified in OKN0.

    Please let us know if you still have anything unclear.

    Best regards,

    Maria Luisa

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