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ke30 & f.01 difference

Dear All,

I am new to sap.i have some accounting concept but the problem in my sceniro is that there is difference in KE30 cost of sale and F.01 cost of sale account e.g that in cost of sale the Main Raw material is not matched with Raw material consumed or GL account.please help me that how can i reconsile the individual component of the ke30 reports and the fields or accounts group in that area of the ke30 component.

Please explanin me with steps or t-codes so that with yours kind help i can explor further.basically i want to reconsile one area of the Ke30 with the f.01 accounts results.

i will be very thankful to all of you.

Regards,

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 04:32 PM

    Hi,

    There are many threads on this particular issue. Please go through the below post-solution by Ajay.

    https://scn.sap.com/message/11121621.

    There are many other posts by Ajay..trying going through them

    To start off, try using the Tr Code KEAT.

    Best Regards

    Surya Varma

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thanks for reply.but the matter is still required to be solved with your kindness.e.g we are using cost based copa and data is moved on the basis of SD.but the value fileds of Raw material is not matched with the total raw material of the ke30.

      please help me that how can i view the details in which tcode.transactions.so that i can understand the groups mapped to that ke30 field etc

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 05:08 PM

    Hi,

    When Cost of sales postings in FI are not matching KE30, the main reasons that I have faced are:

    1. Goods Issue not executed in SD. If the Cost of sales is mapped to go to COPA through SD billing doc conditions, the information can flow to COPA but not posted in FI.

    2. Manual postings made to Cost of Sales Account. If Cost of sales goes to COPA through SD, manual postings for the same accounts in FI are not generated automatically in COPA

    Go to KE24, select the Cost of Sales Value field. For the SD postings (Record type F), get the Reference document (RBELN), and check in SD if all of them have the goods issue posted in the same period. If some goods issues are not posted yet or posted to another period, that's the difference.

    For the FI postings (usually record type B), get the reference document (RBELN), that is the FI document, and compare to all of the manual postings done in the period for the Cost of sales accounts (you can use FBL3N for this). If there are documents in FI not found in KE24, that's the difference.

    Kind Regards

    Mayumi Blak

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 05:13 PM

    Hi

    https://scn.sap.com/message/11121621

    the above link gives you a nice explanation.

    Sudhakar*

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      In KEAT report you can see the raw material cost which is coming for SD billing only.

      In ke30 there is other ways are also for raw material cost.

      In KE24 COPA line item report try to match record type wise.

      Record type B: FI direct postings

      Recored typeD: COPA assessment cycle

      Record type F: SD billing.

      Try to match COPA KE24 line item report with FI GL account wise.

      I hope this will help you.

      Regards,

      Ravi.

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