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E1: 32: Engineering Variance (OPAT vs CCCA in F3102) on Manufactured Component of a Configured Parent Causes Incorrect Journal Entries by Sales Update (R42800) (Doc ID 2867857.1)

Last updated on APRIL 18, 2024

Applies to:

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


When a Configured parent calls a Manufactured component in the P Assembly Inclusion Rules with Line Type W to create a child Work Order, Sales Update (R42800) will report incorrect journal entries if the Manufactured item’s production costs (F3102) have Current Amounts (CCCA) different from Standard (OPAT).

1. Make sure Product Cost Detail active in the Branch/Plant Constants (P41001).
2. Create one Configured parent item and one Manufactured item (P4101/P41026). Make sure Product Cost Detail active in the Branch/Plant Constants (P41001).
3. Create a Bill of Material (P3002) and Routing (P3003) for the Manufactured item.
4. Simulate (R30812) and freeze (R30835) costs for the Manufactured item; review the results in Cost Components (P30026).
5. Create simple Configured Item Segments (P3291) for the Configured item.
6. Create an unconditional P Assembly Inclusion Rule (P3293) and add the Manufactured item as a component with Line Type = W.
7. Go back to the Manufactured item’s Bill of Material and change the component to one with a different frozen standard cost.
8. Change the hours on the Manufactured Item’s Routing (P3003).
9. Enter a Sales Order (P4210) and configured (P3210).
10. Re-inquire on the Sales Order, take the row exit to Configured Related Orders and note the Work Order numbers.
11. Process the Work Orders (R31410) with data sequencing in descending order.
12. Review the Production Cost Inquiry (P31022) for both Work Orders.
13. Complete the child Work Order and then the parent Work Order (P31114).
14. Ship Confirm (P4205) the Sales Order.
15. Run Sales Update (R42800) over the Sales Order; review the report and notice the total amount reported to the 4220 and 4240 accounts.
16. Compare this amount to what shows on the Unit and Extended Cost in Sales Order Detail; notice that the amounts are different.




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