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E1: 30A: Frozen Cost Rollup R30835 Sets Blanks To Costing Selection Inventory CSIN And Costing selection-Purchasing CSPO In Cost Revisions (F4105) (Doc ID 2738769.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Run R30835 in order to create frozen cost for a manufactured item which Inventory Cost level is 1 (Item only). Cost Revision (P4105) shows Costing Methods of Sales/Inventory and Purchasing.
But R30835 does not set 'I' or 'P' flag to Costing Selection-Inventory (CSIN) and Costing selection-Purchasing (CSPO) in Cost Revisions (F4105). CSIN and CSPO are BLANKs.

Steps:

1.Add a new manufactured item (stocking type M) in F4101, F4102 and F41021. Its Inventory Cost Level is 1 (Item Only).

2.Add a new component item (stocking type P). Populate standard cost (07) in Cost Revisions (P4105).

3.Add a BOM (P3002) for the manufactured item and the component item.

4.Branch/Plant Constants(P41001)

Branch/Plant ALL has 02 as Sales/Inventory Costing Method and Purchasing Costing Method.

Branch/Plant of the BOM has 07 as Sales/Inventory Costing Method and Purchasing Costing Method.

5.Run R30812 to rollup cost.

6.Check Cost Component (P30026). Simulated costs for the manufactured item and the component are added.

7.Run R30835 to create frozen cost.

8.Check Cost Components (P30026). Frozen costs for the manufactured/component item are added.

9.Check Cost Revisions (P4105). 07 cost for the manufactured item is added. But its Sales/Inventory and Purchasing costing Methods are both 02 instead of 07.

10.And check F4105 table using Data Browser. Costing Selection – Inventory (CSIN) and Costing selection-Purchasing (CSPO) are both BLANKs.

Cause

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