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E1: 43: Changing The Cost Of A Kit Parent Does Not Change The Cost Of The Kit (Doc ID 2191620.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 11, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Some customers have reported that when they change the kit parent cost, it does not adjust the cost for the entire kit. If the system allows to override the parent item unit cost, it does not make any sense as the components will still have the same unit cost, meaning that the component unit cost will not adjust with parent item unit cost.

See the below example:

Component 1 unit cost = 25
Component 2 unit cost = 50

The parent unit cost sums up to 75 after the kit window appears and then the user overrides the cost to 100 and then saves the order.

F4311 Reflects:

Parent item unit cost = 100
Component 1- unit cost = 25
Component 2-unit cost = 50

At the time of receipt (P4312) the components will show up, not the kit parent so we are doing receipt of 75 and not of 100.




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