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Costing & PR creation from Easy Cost Planning – SAP PS

This blogpost is regarding the functionality of ECP in sap ps.

Below we will highlight –  Costing & PR creation from Easy Cost Planning – SAP PS

 

STEP1 – Creation of Characteristics 

  • Create characteristics, transaction CT04.
  • In my case, I have created 3, as below.

 

 

STEP 2 – Creation of Costing Model 

  • Run transaction CKCM, enter the controlling area
  • Press the create button, enter text.
  • The first point will be adding characteristics, as below

 

  • Char’s will appear as in “Structure the model entry screen”

 

  • Click on “Define the derivation rules(template)” below screen will appear
  • Here I have added 3 materials, with Characteristics added under Column “Quantity”
  • The intention is to use a planning form for quantity declaration of the materials

 

 

STEP 3 – ECP in CJ20N for Costing and PR Generation

  • Go to CJ20N, open the project
  • Select WBSE & click on the button as highlighted below for ECP, as shown below

 

  • Create Cost estimate screen will appear, after mentioning Costing variant
  • Press enter or select the “Create Cost estimate” button.

  • As in the below screen, opt WBSE & Press “Planning form” Button

  • Below screen will appear, here choose costing model

 

  • After choosing the costing model, press show/hide item views, below screen will appear

 

  • As in the below screen, I have entered the quantity for 3 materials (characteristic as defined and linked to the quantity field of the materials)
  • Estimate will be calculated accordingly, as below

  • Press the back button & save the estimate.

 

  • Again follow the same steps, enter the estimate through CJ20N, after selecting WBSE, you will a new button of “Show Execution Services”
  • In this case we will use it to generate PR

 

  • As below, I have opted Purchase Req. in Execution services

  • Select the materials and press the “Post” button, PR will be generated as below.

 

  • Reports as below to SHOW Planned cost & Commitment Cost

 

 

I have tried highlighting some imp functions of ECP, in the above blog post.

Hope you will like it.

 

Regards

Aditya Sibal

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