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E1: 30: Costed Bill of Material (P30206) Is not Calculating Standard Potency Items Correctly (Doc ID 2924706.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2023

Applies to:

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


When using the Costed Bill (P30206) for a potency-controlled item that has the primary (potent) unit of measure different from production unit of measure, routing costs (Labor and Machine) display incorrectly. The application does not adjust these costs based on the standard potency.


  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 (P3002) using the Production Unit of Measure = GA.
  5. Create a Routing using the Production Unit of Measure = GA and include direct labor and machine hours.
  6. Simulate (R30812) and Freeze (R30835) costs.
  7. Review cost for the parent in Cost Components (P30026); notice how the standard potency affects costs.
  8. Inquire on the parent in Costed Bill Inquiry (P30206) using a Requested Quantity = 100 GA. Notice that the Labor and Machine are inflated and do not take the standard potency.
  9. Create a Work Order (P48013) for the same quantity (100 GA).
  10. Inquire on the Work Order in Production Cost Inquiry (P31022). Notice that all costs display correctly.




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