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WS: 31: IM Journal Entries From P31802 Incorrect When Doing Partial Issues (Doc ID 1199639.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Shop Floor Management - Version A7.3 cume 16 to A7.3 cume 16 [Release A7.3]
JD Edwards World Shop Floor Management - Version A9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When performing multiple partial material issues transactions against the same work order, we notice that the quantities are reflected correctly within the Production Cost Inquiry (F3102) file, however the dollar amounts are not accurate.


As part of the actual cost enhancement that was first included with the A7.3 cume 16 release, a processing option was added to the work order inventory issues program (P31113) to support standard cost work order issues. The processing option reads:

Enter a '1' to use the cost from
F4105 for manufacturing accounting.
If left blank, use cost from F30026
for manufacturing accounting.

Prior to this enhancement, all standard cost work orders required frozen standard (07) costs be setup in the Item Cost Component Add-Ons file (F30026) in order to produce journal entries for the parent item and all issued components. With the advent of the new functionality, the issued materials no longer require a frozen standard (07) cost be setup in the cost component file (F30026). Activating this processing option causes the material issues program (P31113) to locate the Cost Ledger File (F4105) for each component, check the Sales/Inventory Cost Method of each item, retrieve the value from the detail record (F4105) and capture the cost into the unaccounted amount field (CTS4) in the work order parts list file (F3111). 

Note: This functionality is not available in A8.1. It is available in A9.1 and above.


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