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How actual price calculation

Hi Experts,

We have this scenario:

1. Activity prices are entered manually in KP26.

2. All Costs are maintained as Activity independent costs.

3. For Production Cost centers, some costs (primary costs) are Activity relevant and others not relevant at all for Activity.

4. No Splitting structure maintained so far.

5. I have maintained price indicator as 5 in activities

Please help me to calculate the actual price calculatin.if its calcualte pls tell me how its calculating.

Regards,

Vivaan

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Dear Vivaan,

Standard procedure for the actual price calculation:

Planning:

1,Plan the Activity quantities in KP26.

2,Activity dependent planning through - KP06

3,Activity Independent Planning through - KP06 ( Cost Center /Cost Element Combination)

4,Maintain Splitting structure Activity Type - Cost Element Mapping

5,Plan cost splitting - KSS4

6.Plan Price calculation - KSPI

Actual price:

1,Maintain Splitting structure as mentioned above

2,Actual cost splitting-KSS2 ( Activity independent cost split against the activities)

3,Actual price calculation - KSII

In your case:

As you have maintained the KP26 price manually.

You can go for Actual price calculation through KSII, buthe system need some logic for distributing the cost center cost to the activities so you must maintain splitting structure.

Where you can define the relevant cost elements for each of the activity type.

After running KSS2...you can check the splitting amount against activities in the T Code: S_ALR_87013628.

After verification of that report you can go for Actual Price calculation -KSII

You will get the actual activity price depends on the following settings in theĀ  version: OKEQ

There are 3 methods in that:

1, Periodic Price - Changed every period

2, Average Price - Constant for all periods

3, Cumulative price - Cumulative periodic price

Regards,

Pavan Kumar Arvapally

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