Check Valuation Variants for PP
Here you check the parameters for three variants.
A valuation variant contains parameters for the valuation of
materials, internal activities, and external activities in
Another valuation variant determines what activity prices in
Cost Center Accounting are used to valuate the confirmed internal
The standard system contains a number of different price
Seventeen price strategies are currently available for material
valuation. You can select up to five strategies for each valuation
Five price strategies are currently defined for internal
activities. You can select up to three activity prices for each
Eight price strategies are currently available for
subcontracting. You can select up to three activity prices for each
The standard system contains a number of predefined valuation
variants. You can modify these valuation variants to meet your
specific requirements by changing the standard strategy
Check whether the standard valuation variants meet your
If you need another valuation variant, proceed as follows:
1. Enter an alphanumerical key and a
text for the new valuation variant.
2. Create a valuation strategy for
material components or goods receipts with moving average price
control by entering up to five values as the search sequence.
3. Create a valuation strategy for
internal activities by entering up to three values as the search
sequence and assigning a plan version in Cost Center Accounting to
this valuation variant.
4. Define a valuation strategy for
subcontracting by entering up to three values as the search
sequence and setting the "Actual quota arrangement" or "Planned
quota arrangement" indicator.
6. Assign the valuation variant to a
The valuation variants for preliminary costing and simultaneous
costing are selected through a costing variant. The valuation
variant for the goods receipt with materials with moving average
price control is selected through the
If you don't want to use the same valuation strategy or overhead
rate in all the plants in a company code, you can define
plant-dependent valuation variants by assigning valuation variants
to particular plants. If you don't do this, the valuation variants
will apply to all of your plants.