7135_TSCM_52-2ª_parte_(22)
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Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard 
\u2192 Define Valuation Control. 
Yes the grouping code is active. Therefore a valuation grouping code must 
be assigned to each valuation area, that is, each plant in the training client. 
1-3-4 Choose Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment 
\u2192 Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard 
\u2192 Group Together Valuation Areas. 
Valuation area 1000 is assigned to valuation grouping code 0001 
1-3-5 Yes, for example, valuation areas (plants) 1100, 1200 ... The same account 
number assignments apply to these valuation areas (plants), as well. 
1-3-6 a) You must assign valuation grouping code 0001 to plant TR##. 
b) You must assign a different, separate new valuation grouping code to 
plant TR##. 
1-3-7 Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment \u2192 
Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard \u2192 
Group Together Valuation Areas. 
 Assign the valuation grouping code BM## to Plant TR##. 
 
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Solutions 
 
 
 
Unit: Valuation and Account Assignment 
Topic: Influence of Material and Material Type 
2-1 Account Category Reference and Valuation Class 
2-1-1 Choose Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment 
\u2192 Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard 
\u2192 Define Valuation Classes. 
To determine the account category reference assigned to each material type: 
Select Material type/account category reference 
To determine the permitted valuation classes for each account category 
reference: 
Select Valuation class 
 
 Material 
type 
Account category 
reference 
Permitted valuation 
classes 
 ROH 0001 3000, 3001, 3002, 3003 
 FERT 0009 7920 
 HALB 0008 7900, 7910 
 NLAG ____ ____ 
 
2-1-2 Yes, as long as the other material types are assigned to the same account 
category reference. 
2-1-3 No, a material type can only be assigned to one account category reference. 
2-1-4 Yes, it is possible to assigned multiple material types to the same account 
category reference. 
2-1-5 Explain the terms account category reference and valuation class. 
Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment \u2192 
Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard \u2192 
Define valuation classes 
For detailed information, call up the documentation on this activity. 
The account category reference is used to simplify the assignment of 
permitted valuation classes to the material type. This provides the \u2018bridge\u2019 
between the material type and the allowed valuation classes for the material 
type. 
 
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The valuation class enables assignment to accounts on a basis specific to the 
material type and material. Along with other factors, the valuation class 
determines the G/L accounts to be updated as a result of a valuation-relevant 
transaction (for example, a goods movement). 
2-2 New Valuation Class 
2-2-1 You need to define separate valuation classes for the materials of material 
type GR##. 
 There are two options for defining this. 
1. Define a new valuation class and assign that to the existing account 
category reference 0001 (for raw materials, as an example). Since this 
account category reference is also assigned to the new material type, the 
new valuation class will be available for entry in the accounting view. 
However, the selection of this new valuation class in the accounting 
view of the material master record will have to be managed 
administratively, since using this option, there are multiple valuation 
classes available for the account category reference 0001. 
2. To ensure that only this new valuation class is available for entry in the 
accounting view for this material type, it would be necessary to create a 
new account category reference. Next, create a new valuation class, and 
assign it to the new account category reference. Lastly, assign this new 
account category reference to the material type GR##. 
Using this option, it will be mandatory for any material assigned to the 
material type GR## to use the new valuation class. 
In either option, you assign the G/L accounts depending on the new 
valuation class. 
 
2-2-2 You can only implement this by using a separate account category reference 
(option 2). 
2-2-3 Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment \u2192 
Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard \u2192 
Define Valuation Classes. 
Create a separate account category reference for material type GR## 
Select Account category reference 
Create a new entry AR##, and provide a description. 
 
To define the new valuation class: 
Select Valuation class 
Create a new entry BK##, that is assigned to account category reference 
AR##. 
 
To assign the new account category reference AR## to the material type 
GR##: 
Select Material type/account category reference 
 
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For the material type GR##, replace the account category reference 0001 
with AR##. 
2-2-4 Test your settings. 
Application: 
Favorites \u2192 Material master \u2192 Material \u2192 Create (general) \u2192 
Immediately 
If you have defined your own account category reference and assigned your 
material type, then the system suggests the only permitted valuation class 
immediately, BK##. 
 
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Solutions 
 
 
 
Unit: Valuation and Account Assignment 
Topic: Check Settings for Account Determination 
3-1 Transaction/Event Keys and the Rules Governing Them 
3-1-1 Choose Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment 
\u2192 Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard 
\u2192 Configure Automatic Postings 
 Cancel the pop up window 
 Select Account Assignment 
 Choose the transaction 
 If necessary, enter the chart of accounts INT 
 Select Rules 
 DO NOT CHANGE THE RULES 
 
BSX \u2192 Dependent on valuation grouping code (modif.) and 
 valuation class 
PRD \u2192 Dependent on valuation grouping code (modif.), valuation 
 class, and debit/credit 
WRX \u2192 Dependent on the valuation grouping code (modif.) only 
 
3-1-2 To determine which accounts are updated for goods movements in plant 
1000, you must first determine the valuation grouping code for plant 1000. 
The valuation grouping code for plant 1000 was determined in exercise 1 to 
be valuation grouping code 0001. 
 Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment \u2192 
Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard \u2192 
Group Together Valuation Areas. 
 
Next, determine the accounts that are defined for these three transactions for 
valuation grouping code 0001. 
Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment \u2192 
Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard \u2192 
Configure Automatic Postings 
Cancel the pop up window 
Select Account Assignment 
 
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Choose the transaction, and record the accounts for valuation classes 3000, 
3001, 3030 and 7900. 
 Account for transaction 
 
Valuation 
class Stock account 
BSX 
Price differences
DEBIT/CREDIT 
PRD 
GR/IR clearing 
account 
 WRX 
 3000 300000 231000 / 281000 191100 
 3001 300010 231000 / 281000 191100 
 3030 303000 231000 / 281000 191100 
 7900 790000 231500 / 281500 191100 
 
3-1-3 No, since no stock account is assigned for valuation class BK##. 
3-1-4 You can copy all of the entries for a chart of accounts by using Edit \u2192 
Copy.... 
You can copy individual items (based on your cursor position) using Copy 
Ctrl+F5 on the tool bar. 
Materials Management \u2192 Valuation and Account Assignment \u2192 
Account Determination \u2192 Account Determination Without Wizard \u2192 
Configure Automatic Postings 
Cancel the pop up window 
Select Account Assignment 
Choose transaction BSX 
Select valuation