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E1: 41: Ability to Use Cost Types for AAI 4152 / 4154 When Processing Cycle Count (Doc ID 2818046.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 29, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Foundation - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

There appears to be a gap in processing inventory transactions during cycle count update. The system currently does not provide the ability to post to accounts associated with cost types. When items are brought into the system using Inventory adjustments (P4114), there is the option with AAI's 4122, 4124 to use cost types to account for additional costs, such as labor, material, electricity, etc based on the cost types setup in the F30026. When a cycle count is performed, the 4152 and 4154 AAI's do not allow for these accounts to be used based on the cost type. This could potentially cause a discrepancy in the accounts used for inventory and expenses. This has previously been reported under Bug: 12518396.
Example:
Item is adjusted into inventory, and the following accounts are debited:
1411-A1 $10
1411-B1 $3
1411-C3 $2
1411-C4 $1
When a physical inventory is performed, assume the count is one less than the perpetual balance. The system will only generate one debit entry. For example, $16 is credited to account 1411. The Accounting group will then need to figure out how to allocate the dollars across all cost components (A1, B1, C3 & C4) to balance the ledger.
Client are requesting Product Cost Detail functionality to be used for Inventory AAI's such as 4128, 4141, 4152, 4154, 4162, and 4164. Currently Product cost detail only uses the 4122, 4124, 4134, 4136, 4220, 4240, 4310.

Cause

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