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Change of Valuation class in material ledger

Dear ALL,

Recently we have changed the valuation class of few material .The material were booked to cost centre to nullify quantity and from cost centre they were transferred to new valuation class.The problem is that after change of valuation class,the material's price difference on original material was not transfered to new material.

What should be done to book this price difference on this material in new valuation class?If we do post JV in FI for this amount will it have impact on controlling and stock account?

Thank you for your help


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    Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 07:53 AM

    Hi Saurabh,

    If you have defined Price difference account in OBYC under PRD with valuation class wise

    and your old valuation class and new valuation class will have different PRD GL account.

    Then you need to transfer price variance from old valuation class to new valuation class PRD gl.

    otherwise not required. If your old and new valuation class have same PRD Gl in obyc.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Sourabh,

      As per my knowledge,

      you have only consume qty with standard value in cost center and purchase PRD will remain in material under CKM3 and in month end while running tcode CKMLCP ,It will charge to consumption and closing stock based on PUP(actual price).

      It will knock off automatically in CKMLCP process so need not to do anything.



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