What is Split Valuation ? What is it Necessary ?

Split Valuation’ allows substocks of the same material to be managed in different stock accounts. This allows substocks to be valuated separately, and every transaction is carried out at the substock level. So, when processing a transaction, it is necessary to mention the substock.
The ‘split valuation’ is necessary if the material has:

  • Different Origins
  • Various Levels of Quality
  • Various Statuses

It is also required in situations where you need to make a distinction between ‘in-house produced materials’ and ‘materials procured externally,’ or if there is a distinction between ‘different deliveries.

3 replies
  1. Rashedul Farhad says:

    I’m in problem of maintaining split valuation for SFG, how i can do this & what’s T-code?

  2. Bill McDowell says:

    We are going to use split valuation for the exact reasons mentioned. Is it possible to report the material valuation at that level or can it only be done at the plant/valuation area level.

  3. Deven says:

    Regarding Split valuation, just want to rconfirmed, if we maintain different valuation class for Inhouse production and for Material procured externally is this set up can be concluded as split valuation.
    If Valuation class are different definately it will hit different GL’s.

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