WS: 43: FAQ Costs in Procurement
(Doc ID 1537681.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 09, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards World Procurement - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
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The purpose of this document is to document the frequently asked questions about costs in procurement.
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|Questions and Answers|
|Question 1: How to Update Costs on Existing Purchase Orders|
|Question 2: How to change the cost on a purchase order that has been received.|
|Question 3: For supplier/item prices (P41061 02/G43A17), what date does the system use as the basis for the purchase price?|
|Question 4: Is there a Z-File process or batch program to update the F41061 Supplier Price Revisions file?|
|Question 5: How are PDAMC3 and PDECST Values Calculated in the F4311 File|
|Question 6: Why am I unable to delete the Inventory Pricing Rule in Inventory Pricing Rules, P4271?|
|Question 7: When I changed my inventory pricing rule, and reinquire, the original line returns and along with my new line.|
|Question 8: Do basket and order repricing work with purchasing?|
|Question 9: Why did the second level of my inventory pricing rule come into the purchase order and not the first level?|
|Question 10: Why are the Branch and Effectivity Dates in the upper right corner of the Supplier/Item Price Revisions screen (P41061) ignored when an inquiry is performed?|
|Question 11: Is there a program available to update Cost Ledger file (F4105) Purchasing (PCSM) Cost Method values of all items or item/branch or item/branch/locations records at once?|
|Question 12: Why is there a Quantity = 0 record showing in the P41061U - Quantity Price Breaks program with price = $0.00?|
|Question 13: How to retrieve an original price/cost on a PO for a Return to Vendor for a negative line.|
|Question 14: Do costs default into the purchase order for nonstock items and/or can they be entered manually?|