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Process Manufacturing Work Order Percentage Discrepancy (Doc ID 2682240.1)

Last updated on JUNE 30, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Cost Management Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Cost Management

Process Manufacturing work order does not seem to calculating cost correctly. The primary product cost is different from the cost expected. In the work definition we configured the 70% of the total operation cost to this product, but the environment calculated it with the 80%.

The material is equal to $1,000 in the first operation, the output of the Primary Product of 90 kg with a cost allocation of 70%, user multiplies the cost of the input material ($1,000) per the total kg input (100 kg) per the cost allocation percentage (70%):
Material Cost Output=(Material cost input)x(kg input)x(Cost allocation percentage output)
Material Cost =($1000)x(100kg)x(70%)=$70,000

In the Review Order Cost area, there is a different result of the material cost output of  $80,000

expecting cost to be calculated at 70%

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. create work order -xxx-work definition xxx – Main ---with 1 operation
2. Input: xxxxxx   1 Quantity: 100 KG
3. Output: xxxxxx Quantity: 90 KG Output type: Product (Primary Output) 70%
4. Output: xxxxxx Quantity: 10 KG Output type: By-product 20%
5. Complete and close the WO and review cost detail



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