Raw Material Cost Estimate - No split between cost component

I need to execute a material cost estimate considering the Purchasing Info Record (PIR) where 3 different conditions are present:
1) PB00
2) FRB1
3) RUC1
The scope is:
- linking PB00 to cost component 1
- linking FRB1 to cost component 2
- linking RUC1 to cost component 3
Cost components are already created.
I did following steps:
- creation PIR with these 3 conditions (transaction ME11)
PB00  10,00 EUR @ 1 KG
FRB1   2,00 EUR @ 1 KG
RUC1   3,00 EUR @ 1 KG
- link condition types to origin groups (transaction OKYO)
FRB1 linked to FRB1
RUC1 linked to RUC1
- link origin groups to cost component (transaction OKTZ)
PB00, is linked to cost component 1 without origin group, but using only account coming from T030 table 
FRB1 is linked to cost component 2 using origin group FRB1 and the same acocunt used for condition PB00 coming from T030 table
RUC1 is linked to cost component 3 using origin group RUC1 and the same acocunt used for condition PB00 coming from T030 table
At this moment, when I try to execute the cost estimate with transaction CK11N, the split is not done, and all condition types (all amounts) are linked to cost component 1. The set-up done in OKYO is not considered by the system.
In the material master there's any origin group, if I try to fill in origin group FRB1 all condition types (all amounts) are linked to component 2, and if I try to change the origin group in the material master from FRB1 to RUC1, all condition types (all amounts) are linked to component 3 --> this means that the set-up done OKTZ is correctly considered by the system to link the origin group to the cost components.
The problem is that the system reads the origin group from the material master, instead of transaction OKYO.
How can I solve this problem?
Thanks and Regards,

Pl verify following two things -
Check valuation variant.
Strategy sequence should have 'L - Price from purchasing info-record' and Sub-strategy should be 'A Quotation price via condition table' or 'B PO price via condition table'.
OKYO setting should have valuation variant associated with your costing variant, along with other details (dont leave that field blank).
Let us know if that works.

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