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Itemization view: Report that lists the calculated costs and contains detailed information on cost origins and elements that make up costs. You can use itemization to analyze a costed material, base planning object or sales document item in more detail. There are different layouts of the itemization available in the SAP standard system. Through the selection of certain fields, you can find various information that is also partially grouped. The costs can be broken down for analysis by cost elements, by operations, or by costing items. If you want to see the itemization in the cost estimate and in the information system, you need to select the Itemization indicator when saving the cost estimate.

Sales Order Costing In Sap Pdf

Cost component view: Report that lists the calculated costs in a material cost estimate or sales order cost estimate across all production levels, broken down into cost components and contains detailed information on cost origins and elements that make up costs. You can analyze the costs of the cost component split for the cost of goods manufactured and the costs of the primary cost component split. The results of a cost estimate are updated as cost components (this is called a cost component split). The cost components break down the costs of a material across the entire production structure into material costs, production costs, material overhead, production overhead, and other costs. The costs for internal activities normally flow into the cost component split under secondary cost elements. In order to present primary costs for internal activities, you can use a primary cost component split as an alternative way of outlining the cost components. Costed multilevel view: Hierarchical overview of the values for all costing items of a material, sales order, or base planning object.

The costs for each component (assemblies and input materials) in the costed multilevel BOM are based on the structure and content of the BOM of the costed material.The values in the costed multilevel BOM are determined from the values in the itemization. Subsequent changes of the quantity structure or the values are not shown. A new cost estimate is necessary for this.Remark: To compare the Itemization and Cost component split views please make sure to use the same COST COMPONENT VIEW like 'Inventory Valuation', 'Cost of goods manufactured', Inventory (commercial). 2- Message CK869 Itemization and cost component split differ. CK869 informs that the total of the cost component differs from that of itemization.

Message CK869 arises due to the make-up of the cost component split; the system must read this information dynamically, therefore the most up-to-date is always visible. The itemization always reflects the data at the time of the original costing. If an assembly component is subsequently costed after the header material has been costed, the new costing result updates the cost component split information unlike the itemization. In order to avoid this error, the header material should be costed again. Once the header material is also re-costed (after all sub-components have been costed) the message CK 869 will no longer occur. This is explained in note - Itemization and cost component split differ. Message CK869 can also be caused by minor rounding differences.

This is described in note - C K11N, CK13N: Message CK869 due to rounding differences. See also KBA note - Message CK869 in CK13N or CK53N. 3 - Missing 'cost component' information. Please have a look at the itemization view with layout 1SAP05 'Cost Components/Cost Elements (Grouped)'. You will see for some lines cost components are categorized as 'not assigned': This is caused by the program design.

Costs that originate from a production lower level are valuated with a cost component split. These may be, for example, semifinished products or costed raw materials. As soon as a cost estimate is created for a material (either as an assembly or as a raw material), a cost component split is created for this material cost estimate. That means, this cost component split is rolled up to the higher level material. That is the reason, why you don't have a single component updated in the itemization of this higher level material (even if the total cost of the raw material wer e allocated to one single cost component). So, for these lines the cost component field is not populated.

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If you insert column 'Cost component of Main CCS' you will see that these cost element are not assigned to a cost component. This is explained in note - Cost component '(not assigned)' in itemization. To display the information that you require, you have to look at the cost component split. This is the original intention that the cost component split shows the multi-level costs rolled up whereas the itemization will only show the single-level cost origin. 4 - The costing structure in transaction CK13N works a bit differently compared to transaction CK13 or to the multilevel exploded BOM of BAPICOSTESTIMATEGETEXPLOSION or to standard BW extractor 0COPCPCP03 to extract a multilevel cost estimate. In CK13N, the system uses the result of the cost component split (based on the costing lot size) for components and multiplies this value with the required BOM quantity and divides this by the costing lot size. The result is displayed as the value for the component in the BOM.

In CK13 (and in the BAPI BAPICOSTESTIMATEGETEXPLOSION/extractor 0COPCPCP03), the system first calculates the required quantity by multiplying the quantity from itemization with the BOM quantity of the 'header' material divided by the lot size of the 'header' material. If this (rounded) quantity doesn't equal 0, the system calculates the itemization value by multiplying this quantity with the itemization price divided by the price unit. So if rounded quantity results zero for the material the multilevel BOM is not exploded.

TCodeDescriptionModuleTop ModuleComponentValuation Variant Generic ObjectCosting Variant Generic ObjectCosting variants: Simulation costingCosting types simulation costingMovement variants simulation costingValuation Variants for Prod. CostingQty Structure Control for CostingScheduling for CostingPrice Factors for Costing RelevancyIndicator for Relevancy to CostingValuation Variants: Base Plan Obj.Costing Types for Product CostingTransfer ControlCosting Variants for Product CostingCosting Variants Base Planning ObjCosting Variants for Internal OrdersCosting Variants for ProjectsValuation Variants for ProjectsValuation Variant f. Internal OrdersCosting Variant for PM OrderCosting Types for PM OrderValuation Variants for PM OrderVal. Variants Sales Order/Prod. CostSales Order: Unit CostingCosting Variants CO Production OrderCosting Variants: Cost ObjectsCosting Variants for Primary CostsValuation Variants for CO Prod.OrderCosting Variants: Cost ObjectsVal.

Variants Sales Order/Unit CstgVal. Variants Detail Plan Cost CtrCosting Variants (Sales Order)Costing Types (Sales Order)Costing Types (Sales Order)Costing Variants Network ComponentCstg Variants Network Costs ActivityCosting Variants: SeibanCosting Variants MessageValuation Variants MessageCosting Types: SeibanValn. Variants Network ComponentValn. Variants Network Costs ActvyValuation Variants: SeibanCosting Types Base Planning ObjectCosting Variants: Service LineValuation Variants: Service LineCosting Variants: Service LineValuation Variant: Service LineValn. Variants Appropriation RequestCosting Variants (Brackets)Cstg Variants Appropriation RequestMessage Management (Release)Costing Variants: PP Prod. OrderCosting Variants - Production OrderValuation Variants - Prod. OrderChange costing variants.

TCodeDescriptionModuleTop ModuleComponentList of Costing VariantsMaintain Number Ranges: KALKChange CharacteristicsCreate CharacteristicsValuation Variant Generic ObjectCosting Variant Generic ObjectValuation Variants for Prod. CostingQty Structure Control for CostingScheduling for CostingPrice Factors for Costing RelevancyIndicator for Relevancy to CostingValuation Variants: Base Plan Obj.Costing Types for Product CostingMaintain Costing TablesTransfer ControlCosting Variants for Product CostingCosting Variants Base Planning ObjCosting Variants for Internal OrdersCosting Variants for ProjectsValuation Variants for ProjectsValuation Variant f. Internal OrdersCosting Variant for PM OrderCosting Types for PM OrderValuation Variants for PM OrderCost Comp. Str (View Cluster Maint.)Val. Variants Sales Order/Prod. CostSales Order: Unit CostingCosting Variants CO Production OrderCosting Variants: Cost ObjectsCosting Variants for Primary CostsValuation Variants for CO Prod.OrderCosting Variants: Cost ObjectsVal. Variants Sales Order/Unit CstgVal.

Variants Detail Plan Cost CtrCosting Variants (Sales Order)Costing Types (Sales Order)Partner VersionsReference Cost EstimatesCosting VersionsCosting Types (Sales Order)Costing Variants Network ComponentCstg Variants Network Costs ActivityCosting Variants: SeibanCosting Variants MessageValuation Variants MessageCosting Types: SeibanValn. Variants Network ComponentValn. Variants Network Costs ActvyValuation Variants: SeibanAssignment of Delivery CostsCosting Types Base Planning ObjectCosting Variants: Service LineValuation Variant: Service LineValn. Variants Appropriation RequestCross-Company CostingCost Comp. Split Multiple CurrenciesCosting Variants (Brackets)Cstg Variants Appropriation RequestBase Planning Object GroupMessage Management (Release)Costing Variants: PP Prod. OrderCosting Variants - Production OrderValuation Variants - Prod.

TCodeDescriptionModuleTop ModuleComponentVal. Variants Sales Order/Prod. CostSales Order: Unit CostingCosting Variants CO Production OrderCosting Variants: Cost ObjectsCosting Variants for Primary CostsValuation Variants for CO Prod.OrderCosting Variants: Cost ObjectsVal. Variants Sales Order/Unit CstgVal. Variants Detail Plan Cost CtrCosting Variants (Sales Order)Costing Types (Sales Order)Partner VersionsReference Cost EstimatesCosting VersionsCosting Types (Sales Order)Costing Variants Network ComponentCstg Variants Network Costs ActivityCosting Variants: SeibanCosting Variants MessageValuation Variants MessageCosting Types: SeibanValn. Variants Network ComponentValn. Variants Network Costs ActvyValuation Variants: SeibanAssignment of Delivery CostsCosting Types Base Planning ObjectCosting Variants: Service LineValuation Variants: Service LineCosting Variants: Service LineValuation Variant: Service LineValn.

Variants Appropriation RequestCross-Company CostingCost Comp. Split Multiple CurrenciesCosting Variants (Brackets)Cstg Variants Appropriation Request.

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