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costing lot size and price unit in material master

dear gurus,

I created one finished product.in that i gave

costing lot size = 100

price unit=100

so the standard price = 6109

but while creating sales order, it is taking 1 unit price = 61.09??

can anyone tell me , what i need to do?

thx in adv...............

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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 07:04 AM

    What is the value maintained in condition record for that material ??

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 12:48 PM

    Hi Lakshmi Pathi,

    If my

    costing lot size = 100

    price unit=100

    so the standard price = 6109

    so price for one unit = standard price/price unit

    =6109/100=61.09

    which is correct.

    Note

    If one unit price is 6109 then you have to maintain 610900 for 100 unit as standard price.

    regards

    RK

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      If you are going to change standard price that will have accounting implication because you are going to increase inventory value of Inventory.

      Inventory a/c dr

      to Iinventory gain/loss a/c cr.

      1)Need not to change Price unit .delete standard price with CKR1 and maintain new price 610900 for 100 price unit.system will convert it in to sales order qty.

      pls close the thread if it has been answered.

      regards

      RK

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