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Cost Component Structure Value Flow

Hi,

I am testing Process Order Scenario. For that I have created a Cost Component Structure [CCS] comprising Material, Activity, Overheads, Depreciation, Rent, Repairs, Salaries in Product Cost Controlling by Process Order. I am also using the same CCS in Material Cost Estimate with Quantity Structure. However all the planned costs are flowing to CCS except Depreciation, Rent, Repairs, Salaries.

If anyone could please let me know how the planned cost will flow to CCS??

Also I would like to know whether Material cost estimate with quantity structure can only be used for Standard price or Moving Average Price or both ??

Regards,

Varsha

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 05:41 AM

    Hi,

    I think you have directly assigned the Primary cost element of Depre, rent, repairs and salaries in CCS doing so the cost will not flow into Standard Cost estimate.

    You have to create these expenses as either activities or overheads with secondary cost element of 43 or 41 then plan the cost in KP26, link these activities in routing. this will fetch the cost in SCE..

    Thanks,

    Ravi Kumar

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      Hi,

      Thanks for the clarification. One more thing I would like to know about Process Orders.

      Also I need one more clarification regarding Process Orders & material cost estimate with quantity structure. Can I use both scenario i.e. Process orders & material cost estimate with quantity structure ? If you could please let me know the steps for creating Process Orders/Production Orders ?

      Regards,

      Varsha

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