E1: 30A: Understanding Batch BOMs, ACQ, & Simulated Standard Rollups (P3002/R30812)
(Doc ID 1418319.1)
Last updated on MARCH 06, 2020
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
Batch BOM or Batch bills, are set up as part of the Product Data Management module, and are used to accommodate large production runs, or varying sizes that are not processed one at a time.
For Product Costing, the Simulated Cost Rollup (R30812) will only use one batch quantity in determining the cost that will than become the standard cost (07), after Frozen Cost Update (R30835) is run. When multiple batch quantities exist, select the one that will be used the most, or that reflects the cost choice you desire to base Manufacturing Accounting on.
Using batch quantities in BOMs and Routings will indicate a quantity for products that are normally built in specific sizes, such as chemicals, food, or petroleum. The purpose of this document is to help users understand the setup of Batch BOMs and how their costs are simulated.
This document is intended for users that have the need to rollup cost for products manufacture in batch sizes. A basic understanding of E1 Shop Floor Control (SFC), Product Data Management (PDM), and Product Costing is required.
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