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PERIODIC AVERAGE COSTING (PAC - IPAC) AND INTERORG TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONS (Doc ID 868112.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Cost Management - Version 11.5.10.2 to 12.0.4 [Release 11.5 to 12]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Cost Management-> Periodic Costing -> Periodic Cost -> Periodic Acquisition Cost Processor (CMCACQ, CMCPAM)
Cost Management-> Periodic Costing -> Periodic Cost -> Periodic Acquisition Cost Adjustment Processor (CSTPACAP)
Cost Management-> Periodic Costing -> Reports -> Periodic Absorption Cost Processor (CST_INTERORG_TRANSFER)
Cost Management-> Periodic Costing -> Periodic Cost -> Periodic Cost Processor (CMCPAW)
Cost Management-> Periodic Costing -> Periodic Cost -> Periodic Cost Distribution Processor (CSTPDPPC)


Purpose

The purpose of this FAQ is to clarify how transactions are costed and what accounts are hitted when performing interorg transactions using Periodic Average Costing (PAC - PACP).

Cost Owned
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Transactions that carry their own costs. Used to compute periodic weighted average cost.
Example: PO Receipt, Return To Vendor, PO Distribution Adjustment, MISC transactions with a value, and Inter-Organization Transfer.

Cost Derived
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Transactions that are transacted at the newly computed periodic weighted average cost. These transactions do not carry their own costs and do not contribute towards periodic weighted average cost calculation.

Example: Account Issues, WIP issues, Return from WIP, Material Issues, Cycle Count Adjustment, Physical Adjustment, Sub-Inventory Transfer, Sales Order Issues, and Misc. transactions w/o a user entered value.

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Purpose
 The purpose of this FAQ is to clarify how transactions are costed and what accounts are hitted when performing interorg transactions using Periodic Average Costing (PAC - PACP).
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