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ckmlcp last two steps

If I run ckmlcp in month end, for the steps" posting entry" after multi-level price determination, does system change material master from price control S to V immediately? then when the price control change back from V to S? in "posting entry" step, which kind of accounting document is generated? does it based on valuation class? Does the accounting entry as follows: Credit: Inventory and Debit: price variance?

for the last step of CKMLCP mark price, does only future PUP price field is updated? other field in accounting view1 is not changed?

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2013 at 02:54 AM

    Hi Robin,

    I believe that after the post closing is done, yes, the material master price control in the previous period will be changed to V, well, as to my knowledge, this one is permanent, it won't go back.

    About the accounting document, various accounting documents will be generated.

    And yes, you are right, mostley they are based on valuation, depending on your automatic G/L Account customizing (please consult your FI and MM consultant for this, though CO consultant is usually also capable for this =) )

    The accounting entry really depends on the transactions happened in the period to be closed.

    If you would like to know more regarding the posting entries, try searching the internet, i think there are sufficient information regarding this.

    When you mark price with CKMLCP, the future price in accounting view 1 is changed together with the "valid from" date.

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards,


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