10 Replies Latest reply: Feb 29, 2012 2:06 PM by Pete Atkin RSS

Valuation Type

Amit Rana
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Hi experts,

What is valuation types for material, e.g C1-New, C2-Refurbished, C3-Defective, where is to be done the customization for the same.How it works in refurbishment process.

 

 

AR

  • Re: Valuation Type
    Chandrashekar Ingole
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    Hi

     

    Valuation type to be created by  MM by toce OMWC

    Here they will define type as c1,c2,c3 in customizing of MM

    then they will create material with these valuation type Then pm will create refurbishment order by entering materila number with valuation type

     

    Regards

    chand

  • Re: Valuation Type
    Sundar Desai
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    Hi Amit,

     

    As per valuation category "Condition",  three types of valuation types are used in SAP PM/MM.

     

    Different valuation types are created to ensure different prices of different material as per valuation types.

     

    Three types maintained are:

    C1 = New Part

    C2 = Refurbished

    C3 = Damaged/Defective

     

    Generally refurbishment is done for damaged part and once the refurbishment is completed its valuation type gets changed from C3 to C2. It is requirement in SAP PM refurbishment order.

     

    Sundar

    • Re: Valuation Type
      Amit Rana
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      Hi Experts,

      If the material is not valuated can we do the refurbishment of those material.If yes what will be the impact on business.

       

       

       

      AR

      • Re: Valuation Type
        Sundar Desai
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        Hi Amit,

         

        we cant do refurbishment of material without valuating it.

         

         

        Sundar

      • Re: Valuation Type
        Sundar Desai
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        Hi,

         

        If you go in refurbishment order there we need to enter the from & to valuation type.

         

         

        Sundar

        • Re: Valuation Type
          Chandrashekar Ingole
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          Hello Amit

           

          See you have to use valuation type if you want to use refurbihsment proess

          C1 ,c2 ,c3 defined & asthe order is settled to Material

          You have recored history wright from Instllaing to repair by this

          use only for those materials which requres frequent refurbishing

          do not use those equipmets which you repairs once in two three years

          or you through if if it fails

           

          Regards

          chand

          • Re: Valuation Type
            Pete Atkin
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            Technically speaking, you can create a Refurbishment order which uses a material without valuation. The system does not display that relevant valuation fields in this case (it does issue an informatio message). However, if you don't use valuated stock, then you cannot identify defective stock in SAP, nor account for it...

             

            The refurbishment materials may also be refurbished infrequesntly (e.g. high value or citical stock items: gas compressor rotor, etc)

             

            PeteA

            • Re: Valuation Type
              Amit Rana
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              Hi Pete,.

              Here is the same case while using IW81 tcode, system is giving message this material has not valuated and in screen display no data is appearing related to valuation type.It means we can refurbish the material which are not valuated.Can you tell me what will be the impact on cost and material tracking ?

               

               

              AR

               

              Edited by: Amit  Rana on Jul 28, 2009 12:00 AM

               

              Edited by: Amit  Rana on Jul 28, 2009 12:04 AM

              • Re: Valuation Type
                Pete Atkin
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                Amit,

                 

                In the SAP standard refurb scenario we use C1, C2 and C3 (although they can be different if required). For a given material, each of the values has a different stock value e.g.

                C1 = New @ £100

                C2 = Refurbished at £30

                C3 = Defective @ £10

                 

                If you do not use valuated material, then you cannot have partial stock (C1, C2, C3) in the warehouse and therefore you cannot value the different stock levels e.g.

                 

                10 x C1 = £1000

                10 x C2 = £300

                10 X C3 = £100

                TOTAL = £1400

                 

                Identifying individual stock item can be resolved by use of serial numbers.

                 

                PeteA

                 

  • Re: Valuation Type
    Venkatesan Anandan
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    Hi,

     

    Click the below link for more information,

     

    Refurbishment process - http://sap-img.com/plant/the-steps-regarding-refurbishment-order.htm

     

    Valuation Type Config steps

    SAP Global Trade Services --> General Settings --> Define Valuation Types.

     

    regards,

    Venkatesan Anandan

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