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can any one tell me what is valuated sales order, and non valuated sales order?

and when we use these two scenarios?

thank you,

shankar chitupolu

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Valuated sales order, and Un-Valuated sales order, these two will occur in Sales order related production scenarios, and when we use "Product cost by Sales order" in cost object controlling.

We use Product cost by Sales order:

If we want to know profit margin for particular sales order,

to track special sales costs,

to know funds committed to the sales order,

to know performance of sales order in costing point of view and

to get affects of delay in delivery.

This allows us to use Results Analysis.

In Valuated sales order:

Quantity and Value flow is combined,

Assembly costs can be seen at multilevel make to order production,

Inventory determination is simple,

It is similar to MTS Production,

enables more CO scenarios and logical decoupling of Co-PC and PP.

In Un-Valuated Sales order:

Quantity flow is separate from Value flow,

Costs are not posted immediately to sales order,

No variance for assigned production orders,

not good for Multilevel production process.

I hope U Got it...

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