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E1: 31A: Creating a Manufactured Work Order (P48013) Results in Incorrect Routing (B1, B3) Production Costs (F3102/P31022) for a Potency Controlled Parent (Doc ID 2914761.1) (Doc ID 2914761.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 20, 2023

Applies to:

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


If a standard-cost Manufactured item is set with Potency Control = Y, a Standard Potency percentage, and uses a potent primary unit of measure, creating a Work Order (P48013) will result in incorrect routing costs (e.g., B1, B3). After the parts list and routing are attached (R31410), there will already be an invalid engineering variance.

1. Create a Manufactured item (P4101/P41026) that uses Primary Unit of Measure GP (Potent Gallons) and Production Unit of Measure GA (Gallons).
2. Set the Item unit of measure conversion to 1 GP = 1 GA.
3. In the Item Branch (P41026), Additional Systems Information, select the Grade and Potency tab; set Potency Control = Y with Standard Potency = 60%.
4. Create a Bill of Material using the potent unit of measure as the production unit of measure.
5. Create a Routing using the potent unit of measure as the production unit of measure; make sure to add either direct labor or machine hours or both.
6. Simulate (R30812) and Freeze (R30835) costs.
7. Create a Work Order (P48013) for the Manufactured item.
8. Inquire on Production Costs (P31022); review all cost types.    
9. Run Order Processing (R31410) over the Work Order.
10. Re-inquire on the item in Production Cost Inquiry (P31022). Notice that the Standard and Current Amounts are different for routing costs and that there is already an Engineering Variance.




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