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E1: 31A: Manufacturing Cost Freeze with WIP Revaluation (R30837) Updates Completed Units and Amounts R31802A Doubles (Doc ID 2444732.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 12, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Manufacturing Cost Freeze with WIP Revaluation, R30835 with (R30837) writes a F3102 value for unbooked units (CPUN) and amounts (CPAT) and then, when R31802A is run, the R31802A doubles the CPUN and CPAT causing R31804 to write an invalid variance.

When Cost Freeze program (R30835) with WIP revaluation (R30837), any amount in F3111.WMCTS4 is logged in F3102.IGCPAT and F3102.IGOPAT
When R30837 runs in final mode it logs F3102.IGCPAT, F3102.IGCPUN based on F3111.WMCTS1 and F3111.WMCTS4.  It should update nothing based on CTS1 and CTS4 values.
When the work order goes through accounting, R31802A, the F3111.WMCTS4 is added to the current amount in F3102.IGCPAT.
When R31804 calculates OTHER variance, IV= F3102.IGOPAT - F3102.IGCPAT.  The expected accurate amount for IV is Zero, but since it has added F3111.WMCTS4 twice, the result shows IV = F3102.IGOPAT.

R30837 should not update Completed Units/Amount and R31802A should not add to (double) the Completed Units/Amounts written by the R30837.


WIP Revaluation        R30837

Load WIP Revaluation Input Data Cache  B3104150

Get Work Order Data I           B3100310

Get Work Order Data             D3100310

Load WIP Revaluation Input Data Cache  D3104150


Before the fix, running WIP Revaluation over work orders with unaccounted units causes incorrect Manufacturing Accounting journal entries.

After the fix, WIP Revaluation skips processing work orders with unaccounted units.




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