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E1: 31A: Manufacturing Accounting (R31802A) Creates Incorrect Completed Routing F3102 Costs for a Potency Controlled Parent Item (Doc ID 2917202.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 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, Manufacturing Accounting (R31802A) will create incorrect Completed Amounts for setup costs costs (B2).

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 with Direct Labor (B1) and Setup (B2).
6. Simulate (R30812) and Freeze (R30835) costs.
7. Create a Work Order (P48013) for the Manufactured item.
8. Run Order Processing (R31410) over the Work Order.
9. Report Material Issues (P31113), Hours & Quantities (P311221) and Work Order Completions (P31114) at standard quantities.
10. Run Manufacturing Accounting (R31802A) in final mode.
11. Inquire on Production Cost Inquiry (P31022); select View, Other Variance. Notice that the Completed Amount B1 costs are correct, but setup costs (B2) are incorrect.




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