Planned value calculation in Product Cost by Sales Order differentiates between:
The preliminary cost estimate in Product Cost by Sales Order is normally a
The planned costs calculated in a sales order cost estimate can be transferred into the SD conditions.
You can also use the planned costs of themanufacturing orders or collective orders assigned to the sales order item. You calculate the planned costs of the manufacturing orders assigned to a sales order item in a preliminary cost estimate for the manufacturing order. The planned costs calculated in this way can only be transferred into the SD conditions in assembly processing. Note the indicators Assembly type and Order costing in Customizing for Product Cost by Sales Order under Control of Sales-Order-Related Production ® Check Requirements Classes.
You can also use the planned costs calculated in a sales order cost estimate or preliminary cost estimate of manufacturing orders for the following purposes:
The actual costs and actual revenues for the sales order are updated as totals records by cost element and as line items (see also:
You can compare and analyze the planned values against actual values in the Product Cost Controlling Information System at any time.
Preliminary cost estimates in Product Cost by Sales Order allow you to plan costs of goods manufactured and costs of goods sold.
See also:Overhead in Sales-Order-Related Production
For information on the valuation of individual requirements materials, refer to the following sections:Valuated Sales Order Stock: Valuation Standard Price Calculation with a Valuated Sales Order Stock
For information on transferring the cost component split to CO-PA, refer to the following section:Update of Planned Costs
For information on the special requirements with a nonvaluated sales order stock, refer to the following section:Special Case: Nonvaluated Sales Order Stock
For information on assembly processing, refer to the following section:Selected Logistical Processes and Cost Objects
For more information on viewing planned costs, see the documentation Product Cost Controlling Information System.