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Material Master Price Change

Hello,

I have a query regaridng changing the price of a material master.

We have a specific requirement in which we need to change price of few materials in material master data to ZERO.

I can understand that we can not directly go and change that.. There must be some pre requisitie for that. Also need to understand the after impact of changing that.

Reason behind this - We need to maintain these material just for information purpose and replicate few process or cycle in SAP which is parallely going on in another third party ERP. So we need to change the current price to zero so that it does not impact any accounting.

Best Regards

Himanshu

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2013 at 04:32 AM

    Hi,

    Use MR21 to change the price for MMR.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2013 at 04:57 AM

    What about Non-valuated material and Quantity only update with material masters...

    Did you try these? check. Even today you maintain price zero, based on further movements the material price will update.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2013 at 05:29 AM

    Hi,

    The material type controls whether the stock is to be managed on a quantity or value basis. So even though you make the material price zero the system will update the moving average price based on the material movements.

    Also, the stock value is directly linked to material price, i mean the stock value is calculated based on material quantity mutiplied by price. So if you make the price zero then the stock value become zero and there is no point of defining the material as valuated in the system.

    Regards

    Vijay

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