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Business Add-Ins for Splitting the Cost of Goods Sold

Use

Two Business Add-Ins (BAdIs) are now available for refining the Customizing activity Define Accounts for Splitting the Cost of Goods Sold. The first BAdI enables you to split the cost of good sold under conditions where it would not be possible in the standard system. The other BAdI enables you to use an alternative cost estimate as the basis for the split, or to use a different cost component structure as the basis for the split (such as an auxiliary split).

Technical Details

Technical Name of Product Feature

SFIN_10_FLEXREPORTING_ANALYSIS

Product Feature is

Changed

Country Dependency

Valid for all countries

Application Component

CO

Availability

SAP S/4HANA 1610

Additional Details

The new BAdIs are:

  • FCO_COGS_SPLIT_RELEVANCE

    This BAdI allows the cost of good sold to be split under conditions where it would not be possible with the standard program logic. With the standard logic, COGS can only be split with goods movements based on sales orders. This BAdI allows you to split COGS even if there is no sales order.

  • FCO_COGS_SPLIT_BASIS

    With the SAP standard logic for splitting the cost of goods sold, the split must be based on either the unit cost estimate for the sales order item or the standard cost estimate for the material/plant combination. This BAdI enables you to use a different basis for the split. For example, you could use a past or future standard cost estimate or the actual cost estimate of the previous year. You can also use a different cost component structure as the basis for the split, such as an auxiliary split.

Effects on Customizing

The Customizing activity for spliltting the cost of goods sold can be found under Start of the navigation pathFinancial Accounting (New) Next navigation step General Ledger Accounting (New) Next navigation step Periodic Processing Next navigation step Integration Next navigation step Materials Management Next navigation step Define Accounts for Splitting the Cost of Goods SoldEnd of the navigation path.