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WS: 30: FAQ Standard Costs in Manufacturing (Doc ID 808715.1)

Last updated on JULY 10, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Product Data Management - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance 30-Sep-2011***


Purpose

This document addresses the most frequently asked questions for manufacturing product costing Simulate Rollup (P30820) and Frozen Update (P30835) programs.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 A1 - Material
 Question 1 - Why are no A1 Costs being rolled up?
 Dx - Outside Operation
 Question 1 - Why are there no D1 (D2, D3…etc.) costs?
 Question 2 - How can you delete a D1 Cost?
 B1, B2, B3 and B4 Routing Costs
 Question 1 : Why are there no labor, setup (B1, B2), machine (B3) or efficiency (B4) costs being rolled up?
 Question 2 - Is it possible to get a detailed breakdown of how Labor costs are calculated?
 Xx - Extra Costs
 Question 1 - How can you remove Extra Cost type and Add-on calculations in the Items Cost Component? (i.e. X2)?
 Work Center Rates
 Question 1 : How can you incorporate new simulated or frozen work center rates for only the manufactured item listed in the data selection?
 Question 2: How can Work Center Rates be frozen?
 Question 3: How do you exclude a Work Center during cost roll up or simulation?
 Question 4: What File holds the Work Center Rates?
 Costed Routing and Costed Bill
 Question 1 : Should  Costed Bill Inquiry (P30206) match the Enter/Change Cost Components Screen (P30026)?
 Question 2 : Why are the Costed Bill Inquiry (P30206) and the Costed Routing Inquiry (P30208) not showing any values?
 Other
 Question 1 : If using cost method 07 as Input and Output simulated cost, can  Frozen Cost Update (P30835) be run without simulating costs first? 
 Question 2 : Does Product Costing consider stocking type O or U? 
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