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E1: 41: Cycle Count Overview (R41411/P41240/R41410A/P41403/R41413/F4140/F4141) (Doc ID 625397.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Overview

A cycle count is the item-based method of counting inventory in stages using the Select Items For Cycle Count (R41411), Print Cycle Count Sheets (R41410A), Cycle Variance Detail Print (P41403), Cycle Count Entry (Approve Count) (P41240) and Cycle Count Update (R41413) application.

You record data, such as item numbers, descriptions, and locations on printed inventory count sheets, which you later use to update the online inventory records.

You can use a cycle count to:

    Group items to be counted at specific intervals throughout the year.

    Track variances.

    Reduce costs and backorders.

You can use a cycle count in conjunction with a tag count to ensure accuracy. You also can use these programs to indicate that counted quantity is on certain existing license plates.

Scope

 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Files Used
 Select Items for Cycle Count (R41411)
 Cycle Count Review (P41240)
 Valid Cycle Count Statuses
 Printing Cycle Count Sheets (R41410A)
 Cycle Count Entry (P41240)
 Cycle Variance Detail Print (R41403)
 Approve Cycle Count (P41240)
 Cycle Count Update (R41413)
 AAI Setup
 Flexible Accounting
 Troubleshooting
 Transaction Processing in Cycle Count Update (R41413)
References

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