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Split valuation enables you to valuate sub-stocks (part of the total stock) of a material in different ways. The reason for split valuation includes
• The material has different origins
• The material is acquired via different types of procurement
• The material has different categories of quality


Split valuation is used only with the moving average price control, and materials subjected to split valuation can be valuated only via the moving average price method. With split valuation, we can see the total stock quantity and stock value at plant as well as the material valuation based on different grades of the material.


The valuation category indicates whether a material’s stock should be valuated as one unit or in parts. This category also a key that indicates the criteria for defining partial stock and determines which valuation type is allowed.


A valuation type is a key that identifies split-valuated stocks of a material and indicates the characteristic of a partial stock. The valuation category is assigned in the material master record, and the valuation type is selected during material transactions, such as goods issue and goods receipts.


 

Configuration

SPRO –> IMG—> Materials Management –> Valuation and Account Assignment –> Split Valuation

1. Activate Split Valuation


Select ‘Split material valuation active’


 

2. Configure Split Valuation


 

2.1 Global Types


Click on Create


 

For example enter
Valuation Type – GRADE 1
Ext. Purchase Orders – 2 (External purchase orders allowed)
Acct cat. Reference – 0001 (reference for raw materials)
Click on create and save it


 

Create another valuation type as GRADE 2


 

2.2 Global Categories


Click on Create


For example enter
Valuation Category – G
Description – Grade


Click on save and then on back

Now place cursor on G and click on Types -> Cat.


 

Now place cursor on GRADE 1 and click on Activate
Then place cursor on GRADE 2 and click on Activate


Now in the same screen click on Cat -> OUs

 


 

Select the plant and click on activate


Save it.
These steps activate the split valuation for external procurement.

 

Process Steps

1. Create Material Master
Create material by selecting required views
In Accounting1 view, select Valuation Category as G and maintain Price control as V


Save the material

 

2. Extend the same material via MM01
Enter the created material number
Select Accounting1 view
Now input the plant and Valuation Type – GRADE 1



Save it

Enter material number again
Select Accounting1 view
Now input the plant and Valuation Type – GRADE 2

Save it


 

3. Create PO
Create PO for the material and select valuation type as GRADE 1 in Delivery Tab


 

Create another PO for the material and select valuation type as GRADE 2 in Delivery Tab


 

4. Post GR for both POs



 

5. Check the Stock Overview - MMBE

Stock will be displayed in two different valuation types


 

Conclusion:

From the above steps, one can understood how the split valuation works for a material having different grades, and how to use this process for three different reasons to meet the business requirement. with the help of this, we can now configure the split valuation process according to the client requirement.


References:

https://help.sap.com/viewer/3db8848948314edeabbea684714e1055/6.18.latest/en-US/25feb753128eb44ce1000...

Pre requisite: Should have Basic knowledge of materials management.

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