The valuation method is defined by the following parameters:
A results analysis method must be defined in the system for each valuation method. The results analysis method controls which formula is used to calculate the results analysis data.
Results analysis data can be the following:
If you are using multiple valuation views , the system automatically assigns the valuation method assigned to the results analysis version of the operational valuation view to the results analysis versions of multiple valuation views referencing the operational results analysis version.
You must already have carried out the following steps:
The standard system contains predefined valuation methods in which a results analysis method is already specified.
If you want to define your own valuation methods, the standard system contains predefined results analysis methods for this purpose. These predefined results analysis methods cannot be changed.
Check whether the results analysis method in the standard system in the list screen of simplified maintenance of the valuation methods meets your requirements.
If you want to define your own valuation methods, use the predefined results analysis methods provided in the standard system.
When you access the valuation method, you see the screen Change View "Simplified Maintenance of Valuation Methods": Overview. You see a selection of valuation methods.
Choose a valuation method.
To create a new valuation method:
Do not switch to Expert Mode unless it is absolutely necessary. Expert Mode is only intended for experienced users.
If you still want to use Expert Mode, proceed as follows:
From this list screen of all valuation methods, you can go to the list screen of the status-dependent valuation methods of Expert Mode by selecting an Expert valuation method and choosing Goto -> Detail. The screen Change View "Valuation Methods": Overview appears. Note that you can only make entries for additional statuses here. The combination of controlling area, results analysis version, and results analysis key is predefined.
For more information on Results Analysis and on the results analysis methods including examples, see the documentation Product Cost by Sales Order -> Period-End Closing -> Results Analysis.