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E1: 41: Inbound Inventory Item Cost Interoperability (R4105Z1I / R41052 / F4105Z1) (Doc ID 1340092.1)

Last updated on APRIL 02, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version XE and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Foundation - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Overview

The definition of Interoperability is enabling applications and technologies to allow one system to share data and/or logic with another system. It is often used to transfer large amounts of data from one system to another.

The Inbound Inventory Item Cost Process can be used to upload external cost records into the Item Cost (F4105) table. Usually, this process is done when no inventory exists for these items.

 

Prior to 8.9 release, this is a two-step process, in which the Item Cost Inbound Transaction Process (R4105Z1I) is run to create IC cost records in the Item Cost (F4105) file and then the Future Cost Update (R41052) is run to convert the IC records into the desired cost value. The process can also be used to change or delete the value of existing cost records. However, the process CANNOT be used to change the Sales/Inventory Costing METHOD or the Purchasing Costing METHOD that exist in the Item Cost (P4105) application. These default from the Branch Plant Constants (P41001) and cannot be changed using Interoperability prior to 8.9 release. Interoperability adds and changes values of the costs in the Item Cost (P4105) application, but it cannot change the actual costing methods. 

 

After 8.9 release, this is one-step process, the Item Cost Inbound Transaction Process (R4105Z1I) directly creates cost records in the Item Cost (F4105) file.

The process can also be used to change or delete the value of existing cost records. It can be used, also, to change the Sales/Inventory Costing METHOD or the Purchasing Costing METHOD that exist in the Item Cost (P4105) application.

Scope

 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Menus
 Interface Tables
 Flat File Information
 Populating the Unedited Transaction Table - Item Cost (F4105Z1) file manually
 Adding an Item Cost Record prior to 8.9 Release
 Executing the Item Cost Inbound Transaction Process (R4105Z1I) in order to create the IC record
 Executing the Future Cost Update (R41052)
 Adding an Item Cost Record after 8.9 Release
 Changing the Sales/Inventory Cost Value Using Interoperability
 Deleting an Item Cost Record Using Interoperability
 Frequently Asked Questions
References

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