E1: 31: Item Ledger/Balance Integrity (R41544) Creating Variance On Quantity Manufactured Pieces
Last updated on JANUARY 05, 2018
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Application Release: 9.1
Program impacted: R41544
Reporting issue for R41544 with IC transactions showing a variance
Appears that the issue may be against completions
STEPS TO DUPLICATE
Add parent and component
BJMPO / 09 / 3 / No location setting
BJMPO.1 / 02 / 2 / $1.00
Direct Labor / 09 / $1.00
Work Order QTY 25
Add parts list manually for qty 144 save and issue all
Add routing for 386 labor hours
Hours and Quantities Update enter 170 hours / update hours
Complete qty 11
Hours and Quantities Update enter 216 hours / update hours
Complete qty 14
Per the header information, the on-hand value (which comes from the quantity on-hand x F4105 cost) is the correct cost of $530. Adding the extended costs for the IC transactions (314 + 296.80 -80.80) also equals $530.
The file shows that the $80.80- adjustment is IPCD = X
Run R41544 which compares the detail in the F4111 to the per-unit / on-hand amount.
The X cost is ignored, as would be expected. However, in this scenario, the adjustment is real additional dollars, not zero value movement between locations, and should not be a memo (IPCD X) transaction.
The issue has the following business impact:
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