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E1: 30A: Costing Process Manufactured Items Co/By-Products, Process and Ingredients (Doc ID 1592230.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 26, 2023

Applies to:

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


This document goes into great detail the setup required, and examples of Process Costing.  The screen shots are all in 9.1.  This supplements all Costing Implementation Guides, Document 1109538.1  or for 9.1 specifically: Product Costing and Manufacturing Acctg.


 This is worthy reading for those working with accounting and costing Process Manufacturing.


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In this Document
 Co/By-Product Costing Logic Flow Example
 Batch Bills of Material (BOMs)
 R30801  Cost Exceptions Report (R30801)
 Standard Costing and Co-Products
 Frequently Asked Questions
 Question 1.  Why are Average and Actual Costing not used for Process manufacturing?
 Question 2:  How and when is Co-Products Planning/Costing Table (F3404) populated?
 Question 3:  When the UOM of a Process is different from the primary UOM, the X cost isn’t distributed to co-products by R30812?
 Question 4:  Why do the simulated net added amounts get blanked out when re-simulating R30812 after adding X costs to a co-product in the P30026
 Question 5:  How does Yield percent on the Process Routing affect the costing of the ingredients x cost?

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