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|Short Description||Future planned price|
|Category of Dictionary Type||D||Domain|
|Type of Object Referenced||No Information|
|Domain / Name of Reference Type||WERT11|
|Data Type||CURR||Currency field, stored as DEC|
|Search Help: Name|
|Search Help: Parameters|
|Default Component name||FUTURE_STANDARD_PRICE|
|No Input History|
|Basic direction is set to LTR|
|No BIDI Filtering|
|Medium||15||Fut. plnd price|
|Long||20||Future planned price|
Price from a marked standard cost estimate.
If you create and mark a standard cost estimate for the material, the results of this cost estimate are copied to this field.
If you do not release the marked standard cost estimate, but create a new one for the material, you can remark the results. You can keep remarking the results until you release the cost estimate.
If no marked standard cost estimate exists, you can enter a price in this field manually. This makes it possible for the system to find a price when costing an assembly via the valuation strategy, even if no standard cost estimate with status KA (correct) exists for a BOM material (such as a raw material or semifinished product).
If you subsequently create and flag a cost estimate for this material, the results of this cost estimate are adopted as the future planned price, and the manual entry overwritten. It can then no longer be changed. Therefore, you are recommended to use the Planned price 1, Planned price 2, and Planned price 3 fields to maintain the planned prices of material components and to define them in the valuation strategy.
|Last changed by/on||SAP||20020124|
|SAP Release Created in|