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How To Create Trade Operations Or Overhead Rule On Dropship Order (Doc ID 2531853.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Cost Management - Version 11.1.9.2.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Cost Management Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.05.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Manufacturing Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.05.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Customer is Using Perp. Average Cost
Currently in EBS 11i:
FG Item FG1 having cost $12.9, it has component FG-PCK having cost $2.76.
1. For Item FG1 - Added Item cost as Material 12.9 & Material Overhead 2.76
2. Component item FG-PCK don't have any cost.

When Drop-ship Order for FG1 is created, when requisition is imported & PO  created, receipt got created in EBS.


Example:

Say dropship PO has Price as 12.9,
After Order closed costing is done it shows Material Cost 12.90 + Material Overhead 2.76.
So entry is as
COGS A/c Dr. 12.90
COGS A/c Dr. 2.76
Inv. Valuation (Material) A/c Cr. 12.90
Inv. Valuation (Material Overhead) A/c Cr. 2.76
EBS has created Material Overhead line from Item cost where we added cost element Material Overhead 2.76.
How this can be achieved in Cloud?

When created for Drop-ship Order for Item FG1, Requisition got imported, PO created, ASN created, now system creates PO Receipt. When costing is run,
cost distribution shows cost of 12.90. Not able to see cost at Review Item cost.
This amount comes on Dropship PO from Item Master where Item List Price is
Stored as 12.90.

No option to capture the Overhead cost of 2.90.
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Can not use Trade operation to add this cost as Dropship PO is NOT available for LCM.
Exploring if Overhead Rule can be used.
If yes then what will be Transaction Group, Transaction Type, Transaction Flow & Absorption Type?

 

Solution

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