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E1: 31: R31F200 Lean Manufacturing Accounting Creates Incorrect Scrap Amount (IP) For Items Setup With Dual Unit Of Measure Conversion (Doc ID 2993114.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 29, 2024

Applies to:

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


Scrap amount (IP) calculated from running RF31200 Manufacturing accounting results in incorrect amount when dual unit of measures are used for an item.


1. P4101 - Create a manufactured Item. In the Weights and Measures tab, set Primary to EA (each) and Production to PK (package).
2. P41022 - Set up a UOM conversion between primary and production. 1 PK = 100 EA, or 1 EA = .01 PK.
3. P3002/P3003 - Set up Bill of Materials and Routing. Ensure all components have frozen 07 costs & all work centers have frozen rates.
4. Run R30812 and R30835 for the manufactured item.
5. PF31011 - In the header, enter the Item Number and the Branch/Plant. Enter Completion Date = today, UM = PK (Production UOM), and Quantity Scrapped = 10.
6. P4111 - Inquire on the item. Observe that the transaction for the lean parent scrap (LP). The quantity and cost are correct based on UOM conversion.
7. Run RF31200 and review FF31200. The FF31200 Scrapped Amount (SLATD8) is incorrect because the UOM conversion is doubled. This incorrect amount also posts to the GL.
8. Run RF31210. The variance amounts reflect the excess scrap calculation.




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