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Create a resource

  1. 1. SAP User Documentation Title: Create a Resource Organization/Area File Name: Release: R/3 4.6C Responsibility: Status: In ProcessPrerequisitesYou must always perform the Preliminary Settlement for Co-Products before you perform the VarianceCalculation and Variance Settlement. Business Process Description OverviewA resource is the organizational unit at which an operation is carried out. The resource specifies theactivity type (for example, electricity, steam, water, natural gas, etc.,) that are valid for the operation onthe master recipe. A resource is assigned to a cost center, which is assigned to a master recipe. Thisconnects the information in cost center accounting to production planning.Once a resource has been assigned to a master recipe, the activities (electricity, water and/or gas usage,for example) valid for the resource, will be listed within the operation of the recipe.Procedural Steps1. Access the transaction using: Menu Logistics > Production - Process > Resources > Resource > Create Transaction code Transaction code CRC11.1 On the screen Preliminary Settlement for Co-Products, Rework screen you will need to enter information as specified in the fields below:Last changed on: Last changed by: Version: 1.0 Page:3/8/20123/8/2012 joshik 1 of 5
  2. 2. SAP User Documentation Title: Create a Resource Organization/Area File Name: Release: R/3 4.6C Responsibility: Status: In Process Field Name Description R/O/C User Action and Values CommentsPlant Plant for which you are creating the resource R Enter the Plant for which you are creating the resourceResource Enter a resource R Add a 4 digit number for the resourceResource category R Enter Z008 The resource category determines the type of data to be maintained in the resource master record.To continue, click .Last changed on: Last changed by: Version: 1.0 Page:3/8/20123/8/2012 joshik 2 of 5
  3. 3. SAP User Documentation Title: Create a Resource Organization/Area File Name: Release: R/3 4.6C Responsibility: Status: In ProcessThe following screen is returned after the executionTo review the actual settlement information click on the ‘Detailed Lists’ button.Last changed on: Last changed by: Version: 1.0 Page:3/8/20123/8/2012 joshik 3 of 5
  4. 4. SAP User Documentation Title: Create a Resource Organization/Area File Name: Release: R/3 4.6C Responsibility: Status: In ProcessThe following example illustrates how the costs on the order header are distributed to the order items andhow the costs on the order items influence the inventory values of the two co-products:The following postings have taken place for the order: • The production costs have been posted with a confirmation. • The material costs have been posted with a goods issue.Costs on the Order HeaderSource Assignment Costs Equivalences (specified in Material Master record of Chlorine Gas) 47% Chlorine GasBrine $ 40.00 53% 100% CausticSulfuric Acid $ .60 100% Chlorine Gas 47% Chlorine GasCell Energy $ 75.00 53% 100% CausticTotal $ 115.60The Preliminary Settlement for Co-Products, Rework function apportions these costs to the order items inaccordance with the apportionment structure specified in the material master record.Costs on the Order ItemsSource Assignment Chlorine Gas 100% CausticBrine $ 18.80 $ 21.20Sulfuric Acid $ .60Cell Energy $ 35.25 $ 39.75Total $ 54.65 $ 60.95Continue on to calculate and settle variances What is the difference between by-product and co-product and how do you differentiate them in a BOM?Last changed on: Last changed by: Version: 1.0 Page:3/8/20123/8/2012 joshik 4 of 5
  5. 5. SAP User Documentation Title: Create a Resource Organization/Area File Name: Release: R/3 4.6C Responsibility: Status: In Process A: In case of Co-product costs are settled with a apportionment structure. In case of By- product the price of this by-product is credited to the order or the material stock account of the lead material being manufactured. Co-Product as well as by-product are defined as BOM Components/Items. Both of them have negative quantities. ( Not all negative quantity items fall under these categories!). When BOM is created for FERT , you can see one indicator in COMPONENT DETAILS screen for co-product. You need to define the co-products with this special indicator .Last changed on: Last changed by: Version: 1.0 Page:3/8/20123/8/2012 joshik 5 of 5

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