John Jordan

100 Things You Should Know About

Controlling with SAP

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Contents at a Glance
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Cost Center Accounting ....................................................... Internal Orders ..................................................................... Profit Center Accounting ...................................................... Product Cost Planning ......................................................... 14 38 44 50

Cost Object Controlling ....................................................... 106 Material Ledger .................................................................... 160 Profitability Analysis ............................................................ 184 Controlling General .............................................................. 206 Information System .............................................................. 220

 

  

Contents
Acknowledgments ......................................................................................... Introduction .................................................................................................. PART 1 Cost Center Accounting ................................................................. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Standard and Alternate Hierarchies ..................................... Procedure to Swap the Standard Hierarchy .......................... Cost Element Default Account Assignment .......................... Automatic Account Assignment .......................................... Plan Activity Price with Activity Type Groups ....................... Copy Cost Center Plan ........................................................ Plan Cost Splitting ............................................................... Actual Price Calculation ...................................................... Target Cost Analysis ............................................................ Cost Center Variance Analysis .............................................. 11 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76

PART 2 Internal Orders ............................................................................... 11 12 Internal Order Planning ....................................................... Internal Order Budgeting ....................................................

PART 3 Profit Center Accounting ................................................................ 13 14 Profit Center Integrated Planning ........................................ Profit Center Assignment Monitor .......................................

PART 4 Product Cost Planning ................................................................... 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Standard versus Moving Average Price ................................ Moving Average Historical Price .......................................... Changing Material Prices Manually ...................................... Price Unit versus Costing Lot Size ........................................ Optimize Costing Lot Size ................................................... Purchasing Info Record Prices ............................................. Purchasing Info Record Scales ............................................. Plant-Specific Purchasing Info Records ................................ Cost Estimates and Procurement Type ................................. Costing Sheets Allocate Overhead ....................................... Template Alternative to Costing Sheets ............................... Copying Costing Variants ..................................................... Cost Estimate User Exits ......................................................

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.................................... Display Automatic Account Assignment Entries ................................... Inventory — the Lowest Value Principle ....... Assembly Scrap Basics ........ 88 Marking Allowance for Valuation Variants .......................... Period-End Closing with the Material Ledger ............................ Allow Movement Types in a Test System .... Valuation Grouping Code Message ..... 102 Searching for Cost Estimates ............................ 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122 124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142 144 146 148 150 152 156 158 160 162 164 166 170 PART 5 Cost Object Controlling .............................. Valuated Sales Order Stock ............................. Subcontracting Process ............................................................................................................... Results Analysis Involves Revenue ........................................................................................................................... Post Purchase Price Variance to Purchasing ................................................................. Inventory Aging Reports ................................. 98 Unit Cost Estimate — Base Planning Object .... 100 Material Cost Estimate without Quantity Structure ......................................... 8 ..................................... Valuation of Sales Order Stock .................................... Actual Costing with the Material Ledger ............ Target Cost Versions .... 65 66 67 68 Multiple Valuations with the Material Ledger ............................................................. Movement Type Account Determination .. Default Values for Product Cost Collectors ............................................................ 86 Transfer Control Uses Existing Cost Estimates .................. Component and Assembly Scrap ......................................................................................................................................................... 90 Mixed Cost Estimates ........................Contents 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Purchased Material Delivery Costs ......................................... Purchasing Account Assignment Categories ........ 84 Cost Estimate Default Dates ........................ 96 Reduce the Clutter in Cost Estimate Screens ................................................................. 92 Optimize Costing Runs ............................................................... Settlement and Processing Types .............................................................................................. 80 Activity Type Search Strategies . PART 6 Material Ledger .................. Material Master Conversion during Startup ..... 94 Material Status Reduces Costing Messages ... Work in Process and Product Cost Collectors ........................................................................ Change Valuation Class with Inventory ....................... Production Order Deletion Flag .................. Operation Scrap Basics ................................. Product Cost Collector Deletion Flag .................. Process versus Production Orders ................................................................ Purchase Order Deletion Flag ......................................................... 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Valuation Class and Material Type ....................

................................versus Costing-Based CO-PA ............. Valuation ........ Wildcard Search Options ............................................................................................ Cost of Sales Cost Element ............................................................................................ Order Summarization ........... The Author ................................................... Detailed Reports ............................... Post Conversion Activities ... Additional Resources ................................................ Actual Cost Component Split ........... Display a List of Product Cost Collectors ................................................ 172 174 176 178 180 182 184 186 188 190 192 194 196 198 200 202 204 206 208 210 212 214 216 218 220 222 224 226 228 230 232 234 236 238 240 242 260 262 265 266 PART 7 Profitability Analysis ............................................... Index ..................................................... Deactivating the Material Ledger ........................................................................................................... Reconciliation during Production Startup ..................................... Preparation for Production Startup ..................................................................................................................... Summarization Levels and Reporting ................................................................................................................................................................................................. Customizing Monitor ................................................. Implementation Guide Shortcuts ................................................. Drill-Down to Display Table Content .......................Contents 69 70 71 72 73 74 Purchase Order Conversion during Startup .......... Open and Close Accounting Periods ................................................. Map Manual Account Adjustments .......................................................................................................................................................... Settle Production Variances to CO-PA ............ 85 86 87 88 89 90 SAP ERP Delivered Controlling Areas .. Controlling Period Lock ................................................................................................................ PART 9 Information System .. Bibliography . Closing Materials Management Periods ................................. Add Object Services to Sales Orders ................................................ Origin Groups Provide Detailed Reporting ................................ 9 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... Interface Sign Logic ........................ 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 Account............. Variance Analysis in Prior Periods . Cost Component Groups Improve Reporting ............................... 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Line Item Reports ................ Glossary .............................. Statistical Conditions and Profitability Analysis (CO-PA) .................... Data Storage Tables ............... Display Data Directly with Data Browser ............................................................................................. PART 8 Controlling General .........................

Let’s discuss in more detail the contents of this book and how it is structured. or a useful idea on a related topic. You can flip through this book and search for ideas on each page to see if any of the 100 topics catches your attention. It contains easy-to-understand process overviews and detailed master data and configuration setup requirements. Sometimes an idea spans across several sub-modules. though knowing the best search terms to find relevant notes takes practice. Manufacturing order is used as an umbrella term for production and process orders throughout. can use this book as an index to OSS notes and other resources. Since the subject of controlling is vast in scope this book is divided into nine categories. It contains many ideas that are simply not documented anywhere else. and anyone interested in gaining a greater understanding of the controlling process.0 system.Introduction This book is the first of a new series of SAP ERP books based on 100 ideas for various SAP software components. referring to specific sections when needed. managers. SAP OSS notes are a great way to research topics. The screenshots and menu paths in this book are taken from an SAP ERP Central Component. Release 6. Or you can refer to ideas on costing sheets when configuring overhead. you can refer to specific ideas on master data. This book is designed to be useful for users. For example. It is designed to make reading and understanding SAP ERP more interesting and accessible for your day to day work. In a way you. each idea generally references other materials where you can do further research and reading. so if you don’t find an idea in a particular category. you can read through the idea in a matter of minutes and decide whether you’d like to research the topic further. Most ideas are two pages long so you can see the entire idea on each open page. You can use this book as a reference. 12 . each a sub-module within Controlling. Since its limited how much information can be placed on two pages. during master data setup. try looking in a related category and you might find either what you’re looking for. Some are gleaned from techniques that consultants and clients have figured out by themselves and I’ve been fortunate enough to work with them. If so. consultants. The OSS notes referenced in this book will take you to exactly the right place to carry out further research.

There are six ideas on general controlling such as working with controlling areas.Introduction There are ten ideas on Cost Center Accounting and two each on the closely related Internal Order and Profit Center Accounting modules. You’ll also find ideas on cost center. You need to have a good idea of how at least six other modules work at a detailed level to be able to know Product Cost Controlling well. Account assignments determine which general ledger accounts and cost and profit centers are determined automatically during a posting. controlling and materials management. The standard hierarchy is guaranteed to contain all cost centers and should represent your organizational structure. This module takes up half the book because it’s such a large part of Controlling and because it’s integrated with so many other areas such as manufacturing.sap-press. This book is designed to provide you with a head start during the discovery phase since many of these ideas are based on integration with other modules. internal order and profit center planning. visit www. and closing periods for accounting. Several ideas describe the types of standard reports available. financial accounting and sales and distribution.com. There are useful ideas on working with the standard hierarchy and account assignment. the ten ideas in this book on each of these sub-modules provide an overview of how to work with common issues. In fact there is nearly always a discovery phase during any Controlling implementation when you learn how the detailed functions of another module work that are integrated with Controlling. price calculation and advanced reporting. materials management. Some of the material ledger ideas reference information available from several OSS notes which you can read for more information. Finally there are ten ideas on reporting. You’ll also find information on navigating the Implementation Guide (IMG). 13 . For more information on Controlling with SAP. where you can find additional resources and companions for further reading. The next fifty ideas belong to the Product Cost Planning and Cost Object controlling sub-modules which are part of Product Cost Controlling. While there is much information available in online help documentation on the material ledger and profitability analysis. By reading the ten ideas on each of these two modules you’ll gain a good understanding how both modules work. and discuss some useful standard reports you may not be aware of. In this module you have to for example move from configuring general ledger accounts and movement types to assigning purchasing condition types to origin groups for delivery costs. Finally you’ll find some handy ideas on finding information with the data browser and technical help.

...................................................................Part 4 Product Cost Planning Things You‘ll Learn in this Section 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Standard versus Moving Average Price ............................................... 80 Activity Type Search Strategies .............................................................. 52 Moving Average Historical Price ................................................................. 86 Transfer Control Uses Existing Cost Estimates .... 104 ...................................................................... 94 Material Status Reduces Costing Messages ................... 58 Optimize Costing Lot Size .............. 98 Unit Cost Estimate — Base Planning Object ........ 62 Purchasing Info Record Scales .................................................................... 100 Material Cost Estimate without Quantity Structure ..... 76 Purchased Material Delivery Costs ...... 74 Cost Estimate User Exits .................. 60 Purchasing Info Record Prices ................................................. 96 Reduce the Clutter in Cost Estimate Screens ......... 84 Cost Estimate Default Dates ..................................................................................... 56 Price Unit versus Costing Lot Size ... 70 Template Alternative to Costing Sheets .......................................... 64 Plant-Specific Purchasing Info Records ... 54 Changing Material Prices Manually ....... 102 Searching for Cost Estimates ...... 92 Optimize Costing Runs .. 66 Cost Estimates and Procurement Type .................................................................... 68 Costing Sheets Allocate Overhead ................................................................................ 72 Copying Costing Variants . 88 Marking Allowance for Valuation Variants ................................................................ 90 Mixed Cost Estimates ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Cost estimates are normally created automatically based on master data and configuration which you set up in the system: EE A bill of material (BOM) is a structured hierarchy of components necessary to build an assembly. and ensures that the costing results are always available for analysis. enabling you to make decisions such as: EE EE EE EE Inventory valuation Make or buy Lower price units Profitability analysis Product cost planning supports the product throughout its life cycle. apparently small changes in configuration and/or master data can make large improvements to system performance and accuracy of the results. It delivers cost-based data for material goods and intangible products and services. Because of the potentially large volume of data that cost estimates deal with.   Product  Cost  Planning   Part4 Product cost planning allows you to automatically process large volumes of data in order to create cost estimates. BOM’s together with purchasing info records or vendor quotations. The components of a costing sheet include the calculation base (group of cost elements). provide cost estimates with the information necessary to calculate material costs of assemblies. EE EE This section provides you with many useful and helpful techniques to optimize your setup of the above data as well as the setup and configuration of cost estimates. A routing is a list of tasks containing standard activity times required to perform operations to build an assembly. provide cost estimates with the information necessary to calculate labor and activity costs of products. Routings. together with planned activity prices. A costing sheet summarizes the rules for allocating overhead from cost centers to cost estimates. 51 . product cost collectors and manufacturing orders. overhead rate (percentage rate applied to base). and credit key (cost center receiving credit).

Continuing to list redundant cost component views clutters the cost estimate screen. Solution You can display a cost estimate with Transaction CK13N or via the following menu path: Accounting • Controlling • Product Cost Controlling • Product Cost Planning • Material Costing • Cost Estimate with Quantity Structure • Display Type in the Material. Plant. and Costing Variant and press [Enter] to display the screen shown in Figure 1. which already contains a lot of information. you may not need to display them all.   Figure 1 Cost Component View List in the Cost Estimate Screen « Double-click a Cost Component View to see the corresponding cost components and costs listed in the lower section of the Cost Estimate screen (not 98 . Although five cost component views are listed by default when displaying a cost estimate. You can easily control the number and order of cost component views listed in the Cost Estimate screen with the following procedure.Tip 36 Reduce the Clutter in Cost Estimate Screens You can simplify cost estimate screens by reducing the number of cost component views.

the corresponding cost component view will not appear in the cost estimate. by cost elements. you can remove them from your Cost Estimate screen by selecting Settings • Cost Display from the menu bar. Cost components group together costs of similar type. and in some European countries. labor. and overhead. Note that in Figure 1 the Inventory (commercial) and Inventory (tax-based) cost component views appear by default.S. let’s delete entries 4 and 5 and press [Enter] to return to the cost estimate. «  Figure 2 Choose the Cost Component Views to List in a Cost Estimate Entries you make in this screen determine the number and order of the cost component views listed in the Cost Estimate screen. The dialog box shown in Figure 2 is displayed. shown in Figure 3. such as materials. you have the option of saving these settings for only this cost estimate independent of the costing variant. The distinction between tax valuation and commercial valuation is not observed in the U. In this example. If you click the Note button (not shown) at the bottom of the dialog box in Figure 2.   Figure 3 Simplified Cost Component View List in Cost Estimate Only the cost component views you selected in Figure 2 are now displayed in the Cost Estimate screen. If you leave an entry blank. or for all cost estimates dependent on the costing variant. If these are not relevant for your company.   Product  Cost  Planning Part4 shown). 99 .

When you’ve created a material master you can create a cost estimate without a quantity structure to manually plan costs for the new material. When you develop a new product. EE Item: You can modify existing items or add new items by clicking the green Plus sign icon. After you’ve created the necessary BOM and routing. 100 . Let’s examine the relevant columns. there are several stages: EE If you haven’t yet developed any master data in the system.Tip 37 Unit Cost Estimate — Base Planning Object A unit cost estimate lets you calculate the planned costs for base planning objects without a bill of material (BOM) or routing. This screen is in a spreadsheet format. you can create a material cost estimate with a quantity structure. EE EE Solution You can maintain a base planning object with Transaction KKE2 or via the following menu path: Accounting • Controlling • Product Cost Controlling • Product Cost Planning • Reference and Simulation Costing • Change Base Planning Object Enter a base planning object and press (Enter) to display a header information screen. you can carry out initial cost planning by creating a base planning object. and it’s easy to make modifications and analyze the resulting changes in total value. or modify an existing one. You can easily explore the functionality of the other icons in this screen by clicking them. You can create a basic structure and valuation in the Cost estimate section by clicking the Calculator icon to display the screen in Figure 1.

You can see standard base planning object detailed reports via the following menu path: Accounting • Controlling • Product Cost Controlling • Product Cost Planning • Information System • Detailed Reports • For Base Planning Object EE EE EE EE EE 101 . Plant/Activity: An entry you make in this field corresponds to the entries you made in the C and Resource columns. You should be aware of the value in the Price Unit column when considering base planning object prices. such as V. if you enter item category M. Divide the Price – Total entry by the Price Unit entry to calculate the unit cost. Value – Total: The total value for each item is calculated by multiplying the quantity by the entry in the Price – Total column. you will be restricted to entering an existing material in the corresponding field in the Resource column. do not require an entry in the Resource column. For example. The item category you enter in this field influences the entries you can make in the following fields for each item.   Product  Cost  Planning Part4   Figure 1 Unit Cost Estimate for Base Planning Object EE C (Category): Right-click the C field and click Possible Entries to display a list of item categories. Some item categories. Quantity: This entry refers to the quantity of resources required for this estimate. You can easily change quantities and see how this affects the total value of the base planning object. Resource: The resource you enter in this field corresponds to the item category entered in the C column. Cost Elem (Cost Element): The cost element identifies the type of cost in cost reports. You increase the price unit to increase the accuracy of the price.

and manually make adjustments to carry out cost analysis. You can also take an existing material. and Costing Variant. and press (Enter) to display the screen in Figure 1. Plant. After you’ve carried out initial research on the cost of items in new products with base planning objects.   Figure 1 Create a Cost Estimate without Quantity Structure 102 . Solution You can create a material cost estimate without quantity structure for a new or modified product with Transaction KKPAN or via the following menu path: Accounting • Controlling • Product Cost Controlling • Product Cost Planning • Material Costing • Cost Estimate Without Quantity Structure • Create To create a cost estimate without the quantity structure.Tip 38 Material Cost Estimate without Quantity Structure A material cost estimate without quantity structure lets you calculate the planned costs for materials without a bill of material (BOM) or routing. enter a Material. copy the existing quantity structure. you can create a material master to continue the development process.

and create cost estimates with quantity structure and standard cost estimates. A base planning object 100-100 with a quantity of 10 has been entered and Item 1 selected.   Figure 3 Base Planning Object Copied to Unit Cost Estimate You can copy the existing quantity structures. Once you’ve developed a unit cost estimate and are ready to progress to the production phase. or delete existing individual items to a unit cost estimate. we’ll explode the existing base planning object by selecting No. Select Functions • Explode Base Planning Object from the menu bar to display the dialogue box shown in Figure 2. add. and then by selecting the base planning object item and clicking the Explode button. 103 .   Figure 2 Copy Base Planning Object with Reference « In this example. Let’s follow an example of how to copy existing structures and master data into a unit cost estimate. you can develop BOMs and routings.   Product  Cost  Planning Part4 This screen is similar to the unit cost estimate screen for a base planning object. of Levels and entering 1. or modify. which brings you to the screen in Figure 3.

180. 115 Account balances. 179. 162. 34 Activity price. 174 Account-based CO-PA. 169 Activate. 28 Activity independent costs. 138 Activity type. 210 Open. 72. 28 Activity confirmation. 70 Price. 114 Cost center. 70. 28 Price. 181 Value fields. 176 Multilevel. 25. 176 Multilevel price determination. 210. 176 Materials movements. 178 Account maintenance. 166. 242. 236 Account assignment category. 159 Account type. 158 Account modification. 114 Settings.Index A ABAP program. 114 Account modifier. 28. 248 Accrual account. 230 Activities. 168 266 . 108 Button. 29 Type. 24. 211 Active pharmaceutical ingredient. 177 Account modification. 176. 55 Accounting period. 179. 168 Following period. 180 Valuations. 180 CO-PA reporting. 168 Flow step column. 168 Costing cockpit. 85 Fiscal year next. 114 Maintain. 109 Field. 24 Overhead. 72 Groups. 28. 164 Actual bill of material. 181 Actual costing. 225 Activity dependent costs. 72 Confirmation. 25 Actual activity price. 115 Purchase order. 135 Activity Dependent costs. 210 Possible entries. 77 ABAP Workbench. 55. 181 Different valuations. 181 Material master. 168 Actual cost component. 28 Independent costs. 214 Close. 112 Accounting document. 180 Activate. 28. 70. 186 Account category reference. 115 Table T163K. 168 Finished products. 123. 181 Productive start. 179 Determine sequence. 85 Activity quantity. 168 Company code currency. 111. 114. 223 Material. 210 Accounting transactions. 109 Account determination. 165 Actual cost component. 167 Purchase price difference. 31 Actual bill of material. 178 Type. 134. 179 Assign plants. 181 Plants. 70. 114 Material master. 85 Most up-to-date plan price. 164. 210 Accounting postings. 121. 165 Preliminary periodic unit price. 55 Selection. 87 Fiscal year current. 114 K. 179 Actual cost component split.

119 Beginning inventory. 21 New entries button. 134 Scrap. 22. 21. 101 Unit cost estimate. 34 Actual price. 43 Object currency. 139 Budget profile. 42 Overall checkbox. 102 Basic structure. 49 Material type. 43 Controlling area currency. 48. 165. 31 Information system. 101 Price unit. 49 Unassigned materials. 78 Costing. 103 Header. 34 Availability control. 168 Actual costing run. 42 Person responsible. 120 Item. 42 Activation type. 151 B Balance sheet account. 237 Help. 137. 49 Assign variances. 42 Action field. 168 Valuation approaches. 42 Defined tolerances. 49 Drill-down. 100 Price. 159 Configuration. 49 Menu bar. 23. 42 Annual budget. 164 Actual price calculation. 134. 31 Actual quantity structure. 139 Type. 111 Automatic variance calculation. 124 Assessment Cycle maintenance. 43 Average stock level. 43 Activate. 237 Assembly. 193 Assignment monitor. 49 Material master view. 78 267 . 103 Valuation. 124 Assembly processing. 126 Splitting. 22 Priority. 87. 176 Beverage manufacturer. 42 Automatic email. 187 Assignment line. 18 ALV grid display. 100 Batch inventories. 168 Actual costs. 78 BOM item. 211 Authorized users. 164 Automatic postings Configure. 42 Error message. 42 Overall budget. 100 Cost element. 88. 100 Explode. 49 Object. 211 Account type +. 211 Interval 1. 43 Tolerance limits. 78 Cost center. 101 Resource. 101 Cost estimate. 42 Bulk material. 211 Select users. 101. 43 Budget overrun. 100. 42 Automatic activation. 31 Revaluation. 237 Default. 42 Warning message. 179 Run. 125 Static. 136. 165 Selection. 211 Interval 2. 167 Authorization group. 210 Automatic account assignment. 42 Budget manager. 111 Standard documentation. 23 Automatic account determination.Index Resource usage. 237 Reports. 72 Billing. 43 Budget allocation. 165 Alternate hierarchy. 124 Dynamic. 76 Error message. 259 Base planning object. 186 Bill of material (BOM).

174 Currency. 196. 80 Contribution margin. 188 Revenue. 63 Condition table Company code. 20 Collective requirements material. 47. 213 Production order. 169 Accounts. 154 Component. 82 Condition types. 18. 212 Deletion flag status. 188. 23. 169 Company structure. 126 Controlling. 208 Dependent data. 228 Controlling area. 200. 208 Currency. 78 Overhead cost component. 18 Comparison price. 212 Fiscal year. 82 Origin group. 222 FI posting. 179. 212 CO. 209 Maintain. 213 Financial postings. 230 0001. 166. 208 Country-specific data. 192 Value. 213 Transactions. 122 Confirmation. 196 Retail. 196 Company code. 63 Purchasing. 194 Control costs. 152 Company Manufacturing. 27. 224 By-product. 201 Periods. 212 Controlling area. 213 Company code. 213 Lock transaction button. 192. 203 Chart of accounts. 134 Quantities. 188 Map.Index Itemization. 208 Consumption. 212 Financial accounting. 201 Applications. 208. 212 39 listed transactions. 136 Scrap. 212 Variance calculation. 224. 208 Settings. 115 Circulating material. 188 Sales deduction. 205 General ledger account. 18 Numbering. 22 Business transaction. 225 Consolidated reporting. 20. 208 Closing periods Controlling. 21. 77. 82 Condition type. 213 Period column. 208 Deletion. 212 Inventory postings. 193. 200. 188 Transfer to CO-PA. 213 268 . 16. 212 Materials management. 213 Period-end processing. 136 Condition Discount. 192 Required entry. 208 Consolidated reporting. 78 Business area. 47 Standard delivered. 125 Commercial Price field. 82 Valuation area. 111. 188. 213 Product cost collector. 194 Configurable materials. 165. 213 Transaction row. 121 Characteristic. 213 Settlement. 187 Customizing data. 121 Client 000. 208 Standard hierarchy. 212 Lock period button. 188 Other values. 138 Component scrap. 188 Condition value. 192 Group. 186. 187. 136 Component quantity. 121 C Capacity. 63 Tax. 121 Catalyst. 18 Controlling period lock.

19 Resource consumption. 230 Active checkbox. 34 Activity price planning. 32. 230 Cost summarization. 34 Template. 34 Variance calculation. 30 Actual costs. 47 Fixed costs. 30 Assessment. 27 Copy plan to plan. 188 Postings. 26. 35 Choose template. 89 Cost analysis. 33 Actual/plan report. 32 Activity consumption. 48. 32 Variance. 47 Plan debit. 34 Revaluation at actual prices. 189 Revenue. 158 Activities consumed. 116 Real time. 28. 26 Plan costs. 32 Activity-independent costs. 23 Multiple versions. 30 Scenario planning. 188 Mandatory field. 26 Cost element planning. 34 Variance analysis. 18 Suppress field. 33 Plan data. 157. 32 Allocate debits. 34. 32. 30. 35 Manager. 253 Purchasing. 34 Fiscal year. 32. 35 Input variance category. 26 Under/over absorption. 32 Activity type combination. 34 Standard hierarchy. 33 Reassign. 116 Drag and drop. 35 Plan. 40 Cost accountant. 16 Equivalence number. 47 Cost component. 34 Actual credit. 188 Inventory. 34 Activity types. 205 Make-to-order. 31. 34 Actual cost splitting. 32 Output variance. 189 Record type C. 22 Balance. 34 Target debit. 46. 30. 78 269 . 40. 123.Index Version. 102 Cost center. 233 Current. 32. 17. 121 COS. 27 Splitting rules. 187 Assignment. 30 Revalue orders. 19 Input variance. 116. 34 Actual balance. 34 Target costs. 22. 196. 189 PA transfer structure. 33 Activity-dependent planning. 189 Record type F. 32. 70 Profit Center. 46 Primary cost planning. 187 Variable costs. 33 Target version. 27 Operating rate. 17. 231 Groups. 23. 33 Plan line item. 26 Controlling area. 230 Cost element. 188 Goods receipt. 32 Fixed portion. 189 Co-product. 20. 33 Responsible person. 27 Copy actual to plan. 32. 188 Cost. 231 Columns. 32 Default. 32 Functional area. 114. 32 Production. 194 Planning. 23 Target cost analysis. 188 Shipped. 212 CO-PA. 189 Make-to-stock. 233 Material. 37 Output variance category. 35 Version. 116 Assign per plant. 196 Customer. 247 Group. 233 Configuration.

98 Collective. 79 Existing. 59 Current year. 59 Mandatory field. 127. 78 Mixed. 20 Detailed reports. 65 Costing run. 84. 188 Group. 88 Itemization. 65 Default value. 222 Cost estimate. 86 Default dates. 89 Own plant. 187 Business transactions. 59 Purchasing info record. 87 Screen. 94. 65 Default. 205 Largest variance. 88. 76 Example report. 96 Default settings. 78 User exits. 230 Solution. 61. 224 Maintain. 224 Sales deduction. 83 Cost component view. 76. 63 Cost element. 224 Assessment. 96 Missing bill of materials. 95 Error message. 88 Quantity structure date. 99 Cost condition. 98 Search. 78 Raw materials. 88. 230 Structure. 88 Finished good. 71. 21. 96 270 . 199 Costing key. 89 Custom report. 188 Variance analysis. 61 Component. 59. 188 Type 1. 71. 129 Product. 61. 21 Number. 68. 83 Main. 88 Calculation. 188 Type 11. 222 Details. 232 Archive. 87 Costing run. 135. 127. 137. 231 Overhead. 196 Costing lot size. 86 Enhancement. 59 Blank. 224 Default Account Assignment tab. 139 Cost estimate. 87 Costing date to. 90 Costing-based CO-PA. 93 Operation scrap. 78 List reports. 96. 87 Menu bar. 65 Scale. 186. 76 Valid from. 65 Costing 1 view. 59. 129 Standard layout. 59. 179 Auxiliary. 139 Other. 59. 65 Cost estimate selection screen. 222. 105 Single. 139. 205. 59 Manually change. 231 Cost components. 95 Discontinued materials. 104 Assembly. 78 Costing date from. 96 Error management. 64. 232 Maximum possible date. 70.Index New. 188 Type 12. 20 Revenue. 60. 78 Date fields. 222 Analysis. 59 Clutter. 224 Expense. 89 Preliminary. 87 Costing 2 view. 80 Cost component split Actual. 105 Valuation date. 95 Logistics master data. 20 Master data. 72. 56. 104. 231 Future column. 96 Messages. 88 Cost components. 101. 64 Automatically adjust. 93. 188 Rows. 98. 83 Cost component structure. 61 Standard.

95 Saving allowed. 205 Order and project settlement. 208 Cross-company code costing. 33 Target. 188 COS. 205 PA transfer structure. 71 Components. 71 Overhead rate. 236 Field label. 78. 74 Transfer control. 200 Warehouse. 187 Decimal places. 81. 192 Customer orders. 236 ALV grid display. 95 Maintain. 74 Control tab. 167 Currency. 125 Customer stock Nonvaluated. 71 Costing type. 166. 131 Customizing data. 86. 178 Table statistics status. 80. 92. 77 Activate. 87 Itemization. 84 Manufacturing order plan. 33 Country-specific data. 58 Local. 93 Cost object. 77 Cumulative price differences. 205 Direct postings from FI/MM. 70. 237 Column headings. 94 Permitted. 96 Select material. 74 Manufacturing order actual. 124. 97 Unnecessary messages. 187 Transaction. 20 Cost of goods manufactured. 237 Application menu. 208 Customizing monitor Assessment. 236 Custom report. 188. 94 Miscellaneous tab. 95 Valuation variant. 99. 172 Current valuation. 71 Rows. 126. 71 Overview screen. 96 Costing sheet. 178 Data browser. 204 D Database Displayed statistics. 74 Costing variant. 88 Update parameters. 197 Base. 33 Variable. 238 ABAP workbench. 186. 242 Control. 179 Update statistics. 237 271 . 237 Consultants. 94. 72. 58 Controlling area. 91 Save error log. 123. 122 Customer segment. 205 Value field analysis. 119. 205 Legend button. 126 Fixed. 196 Component. 88 Date control. 188 Costs Actual. 71 Cost center.Index Obsolete materials. 96 Production. 86 Costing version. 187 Type. 95 System supplied. 179 New statistics. 236. 196 Accounts. 131 Valuated. 95 Update tab. 178 Statistics. 191 Cost of sales. 186 Cost of goods sold. 187 Operating concern. 84 Messages online. 96 Routing. 73. 57 Customer. 204 Value field view. 130. 71 Origin group. 205 Flows of actual values. 179 Performance. 77 Current valuation. 196. 65. 170. 71 Credit key. 84. 205 Column headings. 205 SD conditions.

144 Production order. 236 Power users. 20 Default rule. 80 Delivery values. 133 Product cost collector. 237 Menu bar. 78 COPCP005. 78 COPCP004. 21. 237 Transactions. 119 Detailed report. 176 Quantity. 140 Prerequisites. 22 Default dates. 133 Automatically create. 48 Duty costs. 157 Additional information. 236 User parameters. 67 Assign. 236 Selection criteria. 236 Results screen. 145 Error messages. 151 Default account assignment. 236 Maximum number of hits. 227. 227 Open financial periods. 118 Default values for buyers. 236 SE16N. 133 Manually create. 236. 48 Reconcile. 236 User friendly. 78 Local object. 80 Dynamic distribution rule. 63 Cost components. 144. 67 User profile. 80. 78 Environment. 145 Deselect. 162 Material. 63 Delivery costs. 223 Material ledger. 224 Largest quantity. 72 272 . 76 COPCP001. 225 Variance analysis. 223 Financial accounting. 145 Set. 224 Drill down. 133 Distribution rules. 157 Deletion indicator. 72 Available. 20 Default cost center. 67 Deletion flag. 236 Technical names. 236 OSS notes. 227 Number of records read. 48 Minimize postings. 225 Cost element. 145 Select. 132. 225 Sort column. 224 All periods. 118 Default values. 229 Current period. 63 Ending inventory.Index Managers. 222 Dummy profit center. 140 Revocable. 119 E Effective price. 167 Enhancement. 225 Range of periods. 236 Number of entries button. 144. 80 Button. 237. 227 Previous period. 80 Origin groups. 119 Documents Accounting. 143 Not revocable. 83. 223. 236 Data collection. 237 Parameters. 76 SAPLXCKA. 225 One period. 111 Selection fields. 224 Discount condition. 162 Source. 77 COPCP003. 238 Distribution rule. 67 Parameter ID EVO. 227 Dead stock report. 143 Delivery charges. 225 Line item details. 86 Default object. 239 Standard reporting. 82. 63 Display table contents. 140 Purchase order. 225 Confirmation. 111 SE16. 227 Results screen. 236 Selection screen.

72 Hierarchy. 110 Valuation class. 53. 16 Historical information. 33 Fixed production costs. 219 273 . 110 Goods movements. 218 Alternatives. 158 Default. 163 Company code currency. 163 Corrections. 219 Define costing sheets. 49 Field-specific help. 33 Fixed portion. 23. 238. 175 Reversing. 157. 177 G General ledger. 88 Existing quantity structure. 192 Financial documents. 176 Fixed costs. 111 Company code. 219 Favorites. 52 First local currency. 224 Manual. 34. 188 Analyzable. 163 Local currencies. 253 Strategy sequence. 114 General table display. 72 Equivalence number. 175 Fiscal year. 23 Goods movement. 47 GL accounts. 192 Additional local currencies. 111 Goods issue. 54 I Implementation guide (IMG). 57. 193 Document. 158 Automatic posting. 110.Index Define. 218 Binocular icon. 89. 177 Goods receipt. 111. 77 External processing. 219 Actual transaction. 48 Finished products. 55. 110. 188 Posting. 191 Grouping code. 27 Exact price. 57 Existing product. 111 SE16N. 80 Frozen data. 111 Chart of accounts. 239 Field name position. 229 Historical price. 73 Future column. 111 General version definition. 162 Manually adjust. 60 Freight costs. 219 Costing sheets. 224. 63 Gross profit. 140 External systems. 179. 116. 219 Menu bar. 58 Example program code. 156 General ledger account. 110 Account modifier. 23 Financial accounting. 111 Inventory movement. 84. 162 First local currency. 218. 219 Choose customizing project. 111 Group valuation. 163 Legal valuation. 238 Field status groups. 55. 108. 72 Standard system. 235 F Field Name. 177 Materials. 125 Gross price. 188 Externally procured. 218 Customizing icon. 20 Primary. 111 Grouping codes. 188 Controllable. 90 H Hierarchy node. 188 Cost element. 28. 78 Excel. 158. 202 Function. 103 Expense. 56. 218 Activity.

151 Dead stock report. 42 Budget manager. 42 Budget. 102 Installations. 40 Planning screen. 43 Original budget. 40 Short duration. 156 Not required. 43 Manual journal entry. 41 Order type. 40 Cost element level. 41 Primary cost element group. 151 Existing. 152. 43 Availability control. 40 Order type. 42 Availability control. 42 Budget profile. 151 Procured price. 156 Slow-moving items report. 40. 150. 40 Planning. 153 Average stock level. 134. 121. 43 Budget profile. 219 Transaction text. 43 Overall level. 174 Inventory movement. 151 Valuation. 152 Fixed capital. 146 Controlled process. 146 Adjust. 150 Inventory balances. 42 Information system. 40 Information system. 151 Stocks. 100 Initial research. 153 Value carefully. 48. 43 Current budget. 40 Planning profile. 151 Lowest value determination. 152 Safety stock. 53 Transfer. 40 Planning profile. 151 Settlement. 41 Intra material. 40 Overall level. 218 Includes. 153 Movement. 156 Turnover report. 146 274 . 40 Primary cost elements. 152 Surplus stocks. 40 Past time frame. 150 Standard reports. 47 Internal order. 151 Commercial. 99 Consumption. 121 Inventory. 40 Standard report. 151 Tax based. 41 Standard report. 57. 40 Primary costs button. 42 Approved funds. 152 Quantity. 219 Shortcuts. 219 Technical help. 69 Initial cost planning. 43 Internal order planning Annual level. 138. 43 Budget supplement. 42 Planned total. 42 Assigned amount. 43 Annual level. 218 Navigation shortcuts. 218. 76 In-house production. 150 Alternate value. 156 Existing value. 153 Written off in future. 151 Batches. 43 Overall budget. 42 Budget return. 41 Long duration. 42 Annual budget. 99 Transaction. 112 Inventory quantity. 188 Aging reports. 153 Market price.Index Menu path. 146 Controlled adjustment. 156 Real-time valuation. 150 Revalue. 219 Transaction SPRO. 218 Transactions. 223 Inventory postings. 146 Adjust manually. 40 Future time frame. 53 Valuation scenarios. 218 Results analysis. 41 Internal order budget. 53 Reports. 178 Integrated planning.

121 L Legacy systems. 146 After go-live. 146 Manual adjustment. 223 Value. 146 Purchase order. 146 Physical inventory. 85 Cost analysis. 91 Master data. 224 Confirmation. 97 275 . 210 Manual entry. 91 Costing version. 20 Manual financial corrections. 166 Inventory upload. 193 Manual goods receipt. 103 Material cost estimate procedure Possible entries. 146 Production order. 223 Inventory movement. 132 No revenue. 189 Specific project. 135 Without quantity structure. 170. 238 Statistical Key Figure. 166 Line item details. 223 Source documents. 132. 68 Material cost estimate. 85 Control tab. 132 Work in process. 188 Market price. 210 Legal valuation. 123. 92. 200 Marketing manager. 173 Change. 235 Approach. 85 Remove. 223 Long runtimes. 20 Display. 153 Market segment. 100. 124 Read PP master data. 87. 120 Material Type. 91 Permitted valuation variant. 222 Material documents. 60 M Maintain variant. 70. 56 Invoice receipt. 120. 91 Permitted costing variant. 91 Red traffic light icon. 85 Distribution rule. 140. 186 Marking allowance Authorization. 222 Activity confirmations. 223 Posting date range. 130 Preliminary cost estimate. 162 Invoice price. 223 Linked documents. 146 Inventory valuation. 54. 224 Line item report. 91 Company code. 102. 59.Index Correct. 150 Management reports. 91 Green traffic light icon. 147 Manufacturing costs. 146 System implementation. 223 Sort. 223 Lot size variance. 130 Settlement profile. 146 Test system. 140 Results analysis key. 130 Margin contribution. 91 Posting period. 56. 116 Item category. 130. 132 First distribution rule. 222 Quantity. 223 Relationship browser. 189 Management accountants. 189 Make-to-stock. 130 Cost. 189 Specific sales order. 146 Initial. 102 With quantity structure. 143 Make-to-order. 146 Inventory reporting. 108 Material availability. 256 Master recipe. 101 J Joint process. 226 Manufacturing order. 177 Legal reports.

178. 162 Beginning inventory. 171 Master repository. 176 Goods movement. 175. 165 Actual costing. 164 Material type. 180 Implementation. 163 Invoices. 177 Financial accounts. 178 Number. 162 Consolidated reporting. 164. 164 Finished product. 164 Actual price. 182 Activation. 176 Following fiscal year. 183 Post conversion activities. 181 Document. 162. 164 Period start. 53. 163 Consumption. 164 Activate. 165 Additional local currencies. 162. 178 Material master. 171 Oracle database. 179 Database statistics. 174 Company code currency. 179 Material prices. 180 Actual quantity structure. 172 Conversion program. 57 Actual bill of material. 162 OSS Note 122008. 175 Fiscal year start. 176 Goods received. 176 Period-end. 176 Plant. 173 Master data only. 172 Data. 164. 162 Legal valuation approach. 164. 167 Clean data. 177 Prerequisite. 182 Deletion flag. 180 Manufacturing orders. 174 Accounting 1 view. 176 Active. 179 Legacy systems. 176 Cumulative price differences. 173 Material movement. 177 Legal entities. 174 Material consumption. 177 Different valuations. 177 Multilevel price determination. 57. 162. 166 Ending inventory. 170. 164 Preparation. 172 Activation checkbox. 179. 157 Reverse. 162 Parallel currencies. 56. 165 Period-end processing. 115 Material ledger. 162 Components. 167 Periodic unit price. 176. 165. 165 Multiple currencies. 179 Deactivate. 177 Master data.Index Material document. 178 Preliminary valualtion. 162. 170 Create materials. 170 Activation timing. 162. 165 No period-end processing. 173 Plant data. 174. 176 Block materials. 180 First local currency. 162. 174 Inventory reporting. 182 Account balances. 162. 179 Accrual account. 167 Currency type. 180 Conversion. 175 Period close activities. 176 Existing data. 173. 180 Actual costs. 174 Category. 163 Highest level materials. 164. 176 Company code. 166. 166 Lower level components. 176 Inventory balances. 163 Group valuation. 164 Multiple production levels. 162. 164. 56. 182 276 . 170 Accounting document. 178 OSS Note 53947. 171 Material stock account. 174 Price determination. 170. 177 Group currency. 179 Order settlement performance. 170. 166. 53. 177 Order settlement. 165. 162. 166 OK code field. 163 Legal valuation. 157 Material group. 172. 166. 166 Inventory transactions. 175 Conversion performance. 165 Material document. 176 External systems.

177 Material valuation. 167 Material type. 177 Test environment. 178 Revaluate inventory. 142. 181 Proportional price differences. 58. 175 Standard price. 56 Change manually. 172. 109. 59. 97 Purchasing. 177 Production client. 164. 162 Valuation area. 73 Costing 2. 52. 152 Assignment monitor. 97 Option D. 134. 135 Periods. 171 Second local currency. 176. 108. 49 Commercial price. 164. 108 Field selection group. 97 Purchase order. 173. 182 Small differences. 57 Menu bar. 165 Update statistics. 173 Tables. 162. 214 Material status. 109. 96 Production order. 97 Possible entries. 53. 156. 177 Quantity structure. 239 Mixed cost estimate. 170 Drill-down. 169 Material requirements planning. 175 Stock values. 153 Configuration. 170. 96. 170 Purchasing document. 162. 138 Materials list. 224 Material price Change automatically. 182 Production order data. 97 Production. 108 Conversion. 52 Price fields. 49 Field. 177 Accounting 1. 162 Productive. 174 Resource usage. 49 Material ledger. 93 277 . 176 Table statistics. 97 Option C. 165. 176 Purchase order history. 153 Total stock. 179 Transfer prices. 179 Material number. 165 Update is not active. 228 Price control. 164 Purchase order data. 175 Profitability analysis. 170 Variances. 92. 97 Material cost estimate procedure. 152 Profit center. 96 MRP 1. 182 Production system. 96 Cross-plant. 182 Third local currency. 173. 96. 169 Material transactions. 49 Mandatory field. 165 Stock accounts. 97 Material stock account. 175 Transaction based. 162 Update is active. 169. 156 Material movement. 156. 96 Warning message. 175 Single-/multilevel. 179. 156. 96 Product development. 170 Material status. 96 Error message.Index Price difference account. 134. 102. 170 Costing 1. 48. 171 Accounting 2. 114. 238 Display. 56 Material price analysis. 175 Stock corrections. 48 Tax price. 175. 182 Valuation views. 144. 167 Price differences. 180 Product cost collectors. 178 Valuation. 120 Materials Management period. 175 Table MLWERE. 97 Plant-specific. 164 Valuation approach. 68. 182 Transaction data. 175 Production environment. 180 Material master. 164 Runtime. 176 Reconcile with FI-GL. 176 Production startup. 172 Transaction runtimes.

216 Equipment. 158 Disallow. 215 Current. 88. 215 Log. 159 Moving average price. 215 Close. 216 Delivery. 147 Storage location. 146 Transaction code. 159 Physical inventory. 561. 216 Icon. 137 Multilevel price determination. 216 Process order. 166 O Object services. 147 Maintain. 162 Valuation approaches. 150 Nonstock item. 115 No period-end processing. 158 Material. 216 Production order. 216 Notification. 146. 216 Material master. 100. 93 Procurement alternative. 146 Quantity. 93 MM period. 139 Net price. 92 Mixing ratio. 147 System implementation. 216 Create attachment. 159 Check account assignment. 217 Credit management. 215 Batch job. 146 Table T156X. 92 Mixed procurement costs. 52. 162 N Net ID indicator. 215 Stocks. 92 Quantity structure type. 190 New product. 158 Automatic account assignment. 146 Transaction MB1C. 159 Cost center. 96. 158 Account grouping. 147 Optional entry. 216 Invoice. 93 Process category. 158 Inventory adjustment. 146 Assignments.Index Costing version. 215 Next. 159 Account modifier. 159 Additional account assignment. 92 Vendors. 214 Valuation data. 159 Manual entry. 147 Allow posting. 159 Allowed transactions. 166. 194 Net value calculation. 92 Mixing ratio. 102 Nonmoving Items. 158 551. 23. 158 Default GL account. 147 Goods issue. 215 Open. 63 Net revenue. 102 Movement type. 168 Multiple Currencies. 92 Mixed procurement costs. 93 Create. 216 Activate. 214 Allow postings to previous period. 147. 54. 214 Previous. 165. 92 Mixed costing. 146 Account control field. 146 Valuation class. 159 Test system. 214 Modified product. 93 Production lines. 216 278 . 92 Inventory valuation. 56 MRP. 158 Goods movement. 146 Error message. 214 Company code. 214 Correcting postings. 217 Inspection lot. 216 Customer. 159 Checkbox.

120 Operation scrap. 31 Plant. 139 Net ID indicator. 40 Total values checkbox. 40 Order type. 136 Scrap. 187. 138. 216 Open orders. 193. 119 Simultaneous costing. 80. 199 Cost element group. 235 Category 05. 28 Planning variance. 85 Actual activities updated. 118 Plant. 40 Planning screen. 138 Operation details. 216 Vendor. 230 Assign. 49 Possible entries Account type. 121 Physical inventory. 131 Period accounting. 40 Annual values checkbox. 200 Period close activities. 189. 168 Phase. 177 Order. 199 Cost element. 71. 119 Organizational structure. 139 Operations. 187 Operating rate. 28. 73 Key. 21. 142. 216 Reactivate. 137 Cost. 32 Operation details. 226 Hierarchy. 40. 73 Overhead cost management. 70. 216 Purchase requisition. 136 Quantity. 127. 226 Order type. 70. 138 Overhead. 189. 136 Plan cost splitting. 23. 216 Work center. 16 Origin group. 189. 165 Actual price indicator. 157 Operating concern. 187 Order summarization. 72 Group. 179 Profile. 189. 73 Rate. 197 Position. 118 Preliminary costing. 120. 125 Planning profile. 167. 31 Item category. 201 Overhead costs. 199 Assignment line.Index Purchase order. 146 Plan Assembly scrap. 72 Calculation. 140 Transactions. 134. 164. 251 Plan price calculation. 33 . 189. 175 Partial assembly. 71 Costs. 82 Output quantity. 198. 199 Value fields. 70. 68. 135 Allocation. 178. 193. 200 Attributes. 138 PA transfer structure. 101 279 . 199 Source. 46 P Parallel currencies. 82 Create. 193 Percentage of completion. 41 Primary cost element group. 136 Component scrap. 118 Point of valuation. 139 Plan. 28 Planned order. 211 Activity type price. 189 Production variance category. 118. 119 Default values. 118 Costing variant. 187 Currency. 144. 216 Purchasing info record. 20 Order settlement. 139 Operation. 40 Planning screen. 28. 199 Value field. 176 Period-end Processing. 216 Sales order. 139 Oracle database. 228 Periodic unit price. 119 Valuation variant. 173. 228 Processing time. 249 BOM item.

117 Unfavorable. 251 Price accuracy. 52. 63 External processing. 58. 57 Price determination. 148 Transfer control. 188 Process category.Index Material cost estimate procedure. 57 Process. 69 Profitability segment. 169 Price differences. 190 Maintain. 190 Primary Cost element. 59 Maximum. 121 Itemization. 26 Price. 210 PPV. 210 Account type. 120 Negative quantity. 56. 63 Purchasing info record. 57 New statistical. 58 Price change. 121 Operations. 125. 121 Subordinate operation. 156 Posting period Account range. 164. 117 Preliminary cost estimate. 59 Pricing procedure. 190 RVAA0. 80. 84 Gross. 133 Default. 61 Adjust. 62 Standard. 243. 84. 57 Control. 133 Full settlement. 121 Process order. 234 By-product. 121 Terminology. 57 Company code. 57 Effective. 59 Rounding issues. 210 Company code. 199 Special procurement. 165. 120. 164 Present year plan. 155 Purchase order. 251 Activity. 121 Intra material. 89 Valuation class. 57 Subcontracting. 56 Market. 210 Interval 1. 85 Change. 116 Favorable. 117 Postings. 63 Effective without fixed costs. 121 Remaining materials. 56 Statistical. 120 Phase. 188 Expenses. 121 Circulating material. 53 Cost element. 182 Price difference account. 56 Price control. 133 Automatic. 57 Plant. 121 Leading co-products. 93 Processing type. 57 Header text. 56 Document. 120 Materials list. 133 By period. 96 Procurement type. 152 Proposed. 56 Accuracy. 167. 56 Reference number. 63 Invoice. 63 New. 133 Process instructions. 121 Inventory. 120 280 . 153 Material. 121 Master recipe. 127 Preliminary periodic unit price. 84 Material master. 56 Net. 84 Procured. 121 Co-product. 121 Process instructions. 121 Catalyst. 123. 57 Current valuation. 56 Moving average. 211 Variant. 84 Unit. 120 Primary product. 180 Price unit. 121 Joint process. 97 Material status. 211 Interval 2. 167 Preliminary valuation. 59.

120. 69 External. 133. 59 Quantity. 133 Equivalence numbers. 145 Production version. 133 Source document. 69 Order. 128 WIP calculation.Index Work center. 145 Settlement rule. 69 In-house production. 119 Product cost collector. 120 Costing variant. 143 Production order. 140. 119 Group valuation. 145 Production order type. 145 Settlement profile. 128 RA key. 119 Deletion flag. 235 Variance calculation. 229 Product groups. 235 Data tab. 70 Production In-house. 92 Production mode. 93 Procurement process. 119 Routing. 119. 119 Distribution rule. 234 Menu bar. 177 Company code currency. 111 Header. 133. 235 Create. 145 Settlement type. 235 List. 167 Procurement type. 234 Category 05. 142. 144 Close. 235 Period-end processing. 235 Valid. 235 Time frame icon. 145. 144. 145 Order category 05. 144 Production order. 234 Settlement. 156 Deletion indicator. 68. 133 Settlement type. 235 Order type. 177 Profit center valuation. 118. 222. 69 Override. 69 Product. 119 Settlement parameters. 186. 235 Redundant. 235 Header tab. 177. 133 281 . 145 WIP at target. 69. 119 Production process. 177 Preliminary cost estimate. 235 Valuation view icon. 59 Internal. 177 Incomplete. 119. 128 Maintain. 118. 128. 143. 111. 118. 118 Change mode. 156. 128. 59 Procurement alternative. 119. 69 Production line. 144 Results analysis key. 120 Material. 145 Delivery values. 97 Product drilldown. 118. 235 Variance analysis. 145 Selection fields. 235 Cost element report. 234 Bill of material. 142 Master data. 142 Open. 118. 69 Possible entries. 145 Distribution rule. 133 Number. 177 Valuation base icon. 120 History. 235 Status. 133 Currency icon. 132. 144. 177 Deletion indicator. 200 Product cost collector. 235 Cost element detail. 145 Work in process. 128. 88. 92. 235 Parallel currencies. 156 Order type. 118 Deletion flag. 145 Legal valuation. 133 Goods issue. 120 Settlement profile. 59 Production information. 119 Product development. 145 Time frame. 226 Reports. 118 Default values. 119. 145 Default rule. 133. 120 Procured items External.

103 Production process. 194 Report performance. 128 Production overhead. 257 Production version.Index Status. 201 SD conditions. 200 Profit and loss account. 78 Cost. 205 Overhead cost management. 127. 255 Account-based. 201 Segment table. 187 Reporting. 186 Record type A. 205 Period-end. 128 Valid receiver. 200 Sales order. 78 Production startup. 200 Actual data. 202 GL account. 78 Tools. 186 Flows of actual data. 200. 201 Report selection parameters. 187 Financial accounting. 201 Value field. 201 Assessment. 198. 202 Summarized data. 186 Margin contribution. 193 Margin analysis. 191. 200 Transaction currency. 200 Configuration. 204 Value field view. 145 Delete. 145 Products Consume. 78 Example program code. 187 Record type F. 193. 200 Cost data summarized. 52 Produce. 191 Value field analysis. 186. 192 Early profit forecast. 201 Controlling area currency. 78 Production phase. 60. 186. 192 Flexibility. 177 Oracle database. 172 Long runtimes. 192 Plan data. 200 Reconcile with FI. 202 Summary postings. 204. 200 Characteristic value. 186. 187 Transaction data. 201 PA transfer structure. 202 Sales and distribution. 202 Report warning message. 187 Summarization levels. 186 Short-term. 187 Profitability segment. 47 282 . 123. 187 Order and project settlement. 186 Characteristic. 186 Profit center. 201 Table CE1XXXX. 204 Profitability Analysis. 52 Finshed. 187 Operating concern. 53 Semifinished. 201 Production variance type. 78 Operating resource. 187. 205 Business transaction. 200 Operating concern currency. 194 Sales division. 201 Cost element. 252. 78 Cost estimate. 177 Production variance. 259 Profit and loss statement. 186. 48 Activate integrated planning. 128. 193 Calculated value. 198. 134. 78 Enhancement. 188 CO-PA. 200 Market segment. 204 Frozen data. 204 Direct posting from FI. 78 Flat rate. 205 Segment level table. 52 Profitability analysis. 188 Profitability segment. 200 Customizing monitor. 133 WIP. 46. 78 Cost components. 201 Settlement structure. 193 Dispatched goods. 194 FI posting. 201 Tables. 138 Production resource. 78 Plant maintenance. 52 Purchased. 187 CO-PA. 187 Costing-based.

Index Assets. 82 Cost estimate. 66 Purchasing info record. 177 Data volume. 188 Profit center valuation. 48 Responsible manager. 156 Price. 46 Field name. 56 Item. 66 Scheduling agreement. 66 Delivery charges. 114 Account maintenance. 46. 114. 115 Number. 53 Valuation class. 65 Create automatically. 46 Assignment. 66. 154 Manually change. 115 Mass maintenance. 173 Incorrect price. 62 Department. 80 Purchased quantities. 48 Not assigned. 235 Profit margin. 177 Update info record. 46 Facility. 49 Material master. 48 Profit center accounting. 48 Version. 66. 177 Account assignment category. 173 Long standing. 63 283 . 48 Separate ledger. 47 Dummy. 48 Generate revenue. 63 Transfer. 60 Purchase order. 47 Manager. 46 Cost center. 53 Purchase requisition. 46 Plan revenue. 64. 63 Delivery costs button. 116 Data. 48 Line item. 177 Additional currencies. 56. 66 Costing lot size. 69. 66 Type LP. 148 Purchasing Cost center. 48 Automatic transfer. 140. 49 Overhead costs. 141 Line items. 58. 155 Purchase Price variance. 64. 177 History data. 59 Purchased materials. 46 Required. 156 Deletion indicator. 115 Last. 48 Inventory movement. 116. 115 Nonstock item. 141 History. 49 Responsibility point of view. 62. 116 Accountability. 171 History records. 190 Proportional price differences. 60. 115 Deletion flag. 59 Quantity. 48 Delete plan data. 48. 141 Archiving object. 58. 188 Mandatory. 69. 87. 48 Not mandatory. 177 Archiving. 47 Optional. 188 Parallel postings. 141. 48 Expenses. 171 Default G/L account. 63 Line item quantiy. 177 Archive data. 80. 172 Purchase price. 156. 141 Delivered quantity. 154 Condition button. 116 Purchasing document. 143 Material group. 56. 53 Difference. 67. 49 Online transfer. 46. 46 Warning message. 46 Plan line item. 66 Scope of list. 169 Proposed price. 47 Corporate overhead. 53. 141 Lowest price. 177 Translate history. 64 Condition type. 46 Plan integration. 116 Department performance. 49 Financial documents. 141 Open. 67 Valuations. 64.

62 Menu bar. 64 Purchase order. 116 Standard. 192 Remaining materials. 64 Quantity discount. 64 Scheduling agreement. 64. 131 Predefined methods. 31 Version configuration. 20 Rebate. 66 Plant specific. 130 Results anlaysis Actual revenue. 131 Key. 131 Cancel WIP. 130. 63 Recognition of loss principle. 62 Surcharge. 131 Cancel reserves. 196. 201 product drilldown. 62. 63 Purchase price. 175 MM and FI-GL. 194. 157 Resource. 222. 252 Summarized. 120 Resource usage. 130 Percentage of completion. 92 Quotation. 124 Customer exit. 30 Manufacturing order. 62. 131 Plan costs. 153 Reconciliation. 131 Valuation method 01. 130 Margin analysis. 125 Requirements type. 63 Display. 63. 123 Basic settings. 122. 64 Purchasing data. 131 Business requirements. 30 Activity type setting. 138 Quantity structure type. 174 Company code. 82 Freight price. 81 Price discount. 134. 174 Record type. 169 Revenue. 123. 131 Plan revenue. 85 Real posting. 101. 122 Reservation list. 130 Calculation. 123 Valuation. 122 Results analysis. 178 Results analysis. 20 Requirements class. 174 Value differences. 81 R Read PP master data. 200 284 . 30 Product cost collector. 125 First goods receipt. 62 Substrategy sequence. 125 Requirements type. 123. 131 Methods. 83 Material price. 222 Performance. 222 Reporting Cost center. 123 Assembly type. 224 Line item. 63 Quotation price. 31 Revaluation indicator. 64 Purchase quantity. 30 Revalue inventory. 121 Report Detailed. 131 System status. 116 Reporting purposes only. 131 Revaluation. 63 Scale. 63 Plant nonspecific. 83 Gross price. 197 Reduce revenue. 63 Valuation variant. 124 Account assignment category. 131 Revenue-based method.Index Discount. 131 Version. 67 Q Quality standards. 224 Summarized analysis. 63 Quote. 31 Own business transaction. 222. 66 Price. 62 Purchasing organization. 225 Management. 66 Search strategy. 124.

129. 243. 122. 131 Valuated stock. 137. 217 Settlement. 120. 125 Costing. 108 Operation. 235 Settlement. 216 Procurement tab. 186 Customer warehouse. 201 Selection list. 187. 189. 127 285 . 135 Quantity. 125. 123. 139 Historical. 124 Sales price calculation. 192 Deductions. 175 Segment level table. 217 Sales order. 135. 135 Search strategy. 136 Movement type. 135. 139 BOM item. 123 Cost estimate. 122 Requirements type. 131 Individual basis. 124 Margin analysis. 217 Controlling. 132. 135 Assembly. 108 Transaction. 122 System status. 136. 62 Second local currency. 134. 122 Without controlling. 135. 138. 189. 133 Not relevant. 87. 132. 123. 249 Plan. 123 Standard price. 131 Create attachment. 124 Valuated. 134 Statistics. 190 Condition types. 61 Scenario testing. 131 Not valuated. 66 Scrap. 139 Input. 87 Scheduling agreement. 244 Master data. 133 Distribution rule. 64 Scenario planning. 123. 138. 139 Rework. 123. 188 Manually adjust. 122 Line item. 192 Postings. 192 Management. 201 Segment table. 63. 255 Cost center. 125. 132 Not allowed. 200 Figures. 122 Sales order costing. 188. 135. 133 Internal order. 192 Planned volume. 186 Manager. 122 Sales order stock. 66 Purchasing document. 216. 140 S Safety stock. 124 First goods receipt. 134. 137. 151 Sales Actual volume. 192 Division. 122. 191 Scale. 137.Index Reduce. 138 Operations. 103. 188 Sales contract. 125 Costing checkbox. 137 Actual. 139 Output. 123 Object services. 133 Material. 217 High value. 134 Cost estimate. 134 Variance. 134 Routing. 123 Not valuated. 196 Dispatched goods. 108 Value. 136 Field. 137 Column. 130. 137. 135. 122 Sales contract. 186 Volume. 123 With controlling. 201 Attachment list. 137 Component. 188. 130 Line item cost estimate. 137 Costs. 124 Cost object. 123 Rework. 194. 187 Sales and distribution. 139 Stock. 138 Confirmed. 123 Special requirements. 66 List.

90. 29 Splitting rule. 190 Net value calculation. 104 Delete. 132. 89. 69 Transfer control. 133 Problems. 89. 29 Standard cost estimate. 29 Splitting method. 132 Procedure. 57 Status bar. 193 Source documents. 190 Sales and distribution. 235 Largest variance. 89. 18 Cost center group. 59. 190 Statistical posting. 150 Sign logic. 149 Inventory. 60 Shelf-life expiration date. 152 Release. 224. 191 Map to value fields. 19 Proposed hierarchy. 165 Existing.Index Optional. 57. 190 VPRS. 56. 29 Assignments. 223. 135 Create. 152 Unit. 199 Rule. 104 Standard hierarchy. 104 Release. 57 New. 143 Stock accounts. 157 Strategy sequence. 52. 149 Purchase order. 132 Receiver. 18 Lower level group. 190 Gross profit. 58. 88. 20 Statistical price. 133 Settlement profile. 148 Possible entries. 199 Period. 132. 16. 103. 133 Valid receiver. 150 Slow-moving items. 90 Current. 57 Future. 75 Planned price 1. 75 Purchasing info record price. 190 Value. 119 Special procurement. 175 Storage location. 190 Checkbox. 75 Subcontract. 19 Swap. 149 Goods receipt. 224 Special batch inventories. 132 Type. 190 General ledger account. 104 Previous. 190 Subtotaling. 133 Previous periods. 148 Item category. 29 Cost element. 132 Settlement structure. 104 Mark. 70. 190 Standard price. 194 Single-level price determination. 132 Transaction. 77 Splitting rules. 18 Company structure. 84. 190 Pricing procedure. 116. 166. 18 Alternate hierarchy. 190 Value field. 156 Stock values. 90. 88 New. 150 Source. 18 Reassign cost centers. 148 Components. 18 Change. 149 Stock status. 149 Summarization hierarchy. 56. 94. 58 Statistical condition. 29 Statistical key figure. 198 General ledger accounts. 149 Purchasing info record. 18 Standard price. 168 SLED. 149 Monitor stocks. 19 Error message. 90. 150 Report. 127. 132. 187 Setup time. 29 Cost center. 133 Profile. 148 Purchasing information. 133 Required. 132 Processing type. 148 Special procurement type. 226 286 . 34 Splitting structure. 175 Stock quantity.

63 System implementation. 175 Total variance. 73 Costing sheet. 73 Object. 111 Configuration. 226 Lowest level nodes. 73 Plan activation. 239 Data. 127 Target version. 34 Tax condition. 179 Transfer control. 110 OBYC customizing. 63 Tax price field. 73 Plan quantity. 111 MM17. 202 Original detailed data. 226 Manufacturing orders. 127 Version 2. 227 Data scope. 73 Valuation variant. 202 Proposed. 72 Formulas. 126.Index Data collection. 202 Suppress cost center. 59 Unit Cost. 224 Summarized data. 73 Environment. 236 SE16N. 103. 34 Version 0. 72 Third local currency. 239 Table statistics. 256 Version 1. 203 Summarized analysis. 73 Material master. 72 Flexible alternative. 257 Unfavorable variance. 77. 146 System upgrade. 33. 59 Price. 202 User behavior. 227 Summarization level. 179 Target cost. 257 Transaction. 239 Name. 172 Transaction runtimes. 226 Define your own. 89 Period-based transfer. 73 Volume. 202 Pre-summarized data. 226 Pyramid structure. 226 Levels. 203 Suggested. 227 Fields. 73 Complexity. 173. 23 Surcharge. 202 Characteristics. 88 Button. 73 Assign. 125 287 . 73 Overhead key. 58 Unit cost estimate. 73 Table fields. 110 OBYC GL accounts. 72 Type. 110 GBB. 187 Transaction data. 226 Time frame. 226 Manufacturing costs. 203 Detailed line item data. 72 Cost center/activity type. 89 Single plant. 110 SE16. 89 Possible entries. 226 Order type. 74 T Table Contents. 72 Active. 226 Maintain. 88 Cross plant. 110 OBYC authorization. 152 Teardown time. 236 Transaction currency. 177 Status. 196 U Under/over absorption. 227 Higher level nodes. 203 Create own. 203 Suitable. 89 Transfer price. 72 Function. 110. 60 Template. 231 OBYC. 126.

76 Costing production resources. 178 User exits. 77 Valuation strategy. 52 Valuation grouping code. 123 Special stocks. 197 Cost component. 108 Valuated Sales order inventory. 188. 78 Valuation strategy U. 76 Function module. 78 Cross-company code costing. 197 Margin analysis. 193 PA transfer structure. 85 Strategy sequence. 109 Wrong. 186. 193 Map. 197 Costing variant. 91 Price. 156 Possible entries. 84 Search strategy. 112 Valuation class. 78 Valuation price. 81. 156 Single. 76 Material valuation. 157 Default. 76 Costing reports. 197 Planned sales volume. 86. 115. 91. 186. 109. 196 Actual sales volume. 112 Assign plant. 76 User parameters SD_SWU_ACTIVE. 111. 193 288 . 67. 78 Valuation type. 112 Assign to company code. 196 Direct posting. 108. 196. 205 Analysis. 186 Point of valuation. 78 Tools. 113 Valuation modifier. 204. 186 Characteristic. 196 Cost of sales. 196 Costing sheet. 113 Valuation modifier. 196 Revenue. 157 Update automatic postings. 197 Cost estimate. 84. 197 Released standard cost estimate. 112 Prevent message. 186 Billing. 113 Message. 113 Not defined. 22. 159.Index Unrestricted stock. 108 Material type. 178 Upgrades. 197 Record type. 73. 77 Configure. 80. 113 Freely definable alphanumeric. 196 Costing key. 113 Missing. 258 Permitted. 186 Calculated value. 78 U. 170 Value field. 113 Valuation price. 196 Value field. 156. 196 Goods issue. 77 Standard. 78 Production resource. 186. 109 Valuation data. 85 WIP and scrap. 216 Parameter ID. 238 Button. 186 Material. 76. 77 Bulk materials. 216 User profile. 123 Valuation. 196 Valuation area. 112 Update statistics. 204 GL account. 186. 113 Group of plants. 62. 128 Valuation views. 78 Includes. 109 Change. 197 Material type. 81 System supplied. 196 Incoming sales order. 119 Valuation variant. 78 Valuation variant. 196. 76 ABAP program. 78 Components. 194. 216 V Validated environment. 81 Substrategy sequence. 76 Cost estimate.

92 Vendor quotation. 128 Cost estimate. 241 Plus symbol. 224. 252. 125 Wildcard character. 59 Variance analysis. 259 Actual. 257 Purchase price. 128 At actual. 37 Remaining input. 69. 235 Variance calculation. 128 Preliminary cost estimate. 123. 128 289 . 36 Total. 37 Output quantity. 129 Valuation variant. 129 Valuation strategies. 228 Production. 240 Boolean logic operator. 129 Target. 127. 224. 127. 37 Input price. 224. 128 Standard cost estimate. 128 Reconcile CO and FI. 224 Planned. 72 W WBS element. 204 Value field analysis. 36 Resource usage. 130. 241 Escape character. 31 Volume. 228 Lot size. 116 Vendor quote. 251 Previous periods. 228 Calculation. 191 Variable costs. 46 Version configuration. 224 Lock. 64. 87. 88 Planning. 33 Variance. 34. 36 Large. 128 Cancel. 123. 35. 228 Vendor. 59. 128 Valuation. 81 Version. 259 Categories. 128 At target. 128. 36 Input quantity. 240 Asterisk symbol. 241 Hash symbol. 60 Output price. 129 Product cost collector. 37 Output screen. 241 Work in process. 128 Variance analysis. 126 Unfavorable.Index View. 59 Remaining. 180 Analysis. 228. 60. 229 Fixed cost.

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