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|Short Description||Material Is Costed with Quantity Structure|
|Category of Dictionary Type||D||Domain|
|Type of Object Referenced||No Information|
|Domain / Name of Reference Type||XFELD|
|Data Type||CHAR||Character String|
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|Default Component name|
|No Input History|
|Basic direction is set to LTR|
|No BIDI Filtering|
|Medium||15||Cost Est. w/QS|
|Long||20||With Qty Structure|
|Heading||28||Cost Est. with Qty Structure|
If you usually cost materials using costing with quantity structure, turn on this indicator.
If you usually cost materials using costing without quantity structure, do not turn on this indicator.
You can change the indicator in the material master record at a later time.
If you always cost your materials (including raw materials) using costing with quantity structure, you should turn on this indicator. This improves performance, because the system does not search in vain for existing cost estimates without a quantity structure for every material when it explodes the BOM. Therefore, only turn on this indicator if you normally cost the materials using costing without quantity structure.
Regardless of the setting, you can cost a single material with or without quantity structure. However, you should bear in mind that this setting is always used in the costing run and in mixed costing (creating procurement alternatives).
For every cost estimate, the system searches for existing cost estimates that have the materials in their structure. If a released cost estimate exists, the system copies it.
If this indicator is set, the material is costed using costing with a quantity structure.
The system searches for any existing cost estimates with quantity structure for the individual materials; it ignores existing cost estimates without quantity structure. If the system does not find any valid costing data for the materials, it costs the material or accesses the price in the material master. See also: Transfer control
- If this indicator is not set, the planned costs for the material are calculated using the cost estimate without quantity structure. In this case, you use unit costing to create the quantity structure manually by entering costing items for materials and activity types, for example.
The system now searches for any existing cost estimates without quantity structure. If a cost estimate without quantity structure exists for a material, the results of this cost estimate are included in a cost estimate with quantity structure. If there is no cost estimate without quantity structure, the cost estimate with quantity structure accesses the price in the material master record. The planned costs for this material then go into the cost estimate with quantity structure as raw material costs.
This does not apply if the indicator Ignore prod cost est w/o qty structure is set in the costing variant.
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