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The Cost Rollup by Version / Item (CEPCROLL) Process Updates Wrong Level Cost if the Item has Multiple Additional Cost Details (Doc ID 2878963.1)

Last updated on JUNE 23, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Inventory - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The Cost Rollup by Version / Item (CEPCROLL) process updates wrong level cost if the item has multiple additional cost details.

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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

       1. Navigate : Cost Accounting > Item Costs > Define Rates and Costs > Additional Item Costs
              Enter BU : FRA01
              Item : IUT-01
              Enter Cost Type : STD
              Cost Version : STD2000
              Enter two Additional Cost Details
              Exp Sequence : 1
              Application Method : Amount Per Unit
              Expense Rate : 10
              Transaction Group : 020 Putaway
              Cost Element : 200
              Exp Sequence : 2
              Application Method : Amount Per Unit
              Expense Rate : 20
              Transaction Group : 020 Putaway
              Cost Element : 201
              Save

       2. Navigate : Cost Accounting > Item Costs > Update Costs > Cost Rollup
              Enter BU, Cost Type and Cost Version
              Enter Item ID ITU-01
              Run Cost Rollup by Version / Item (CEPCROLL) process

       3. Navigate : Cost Accounting > Item Costs > Review Costs > Costs by Costs Version
              Search Item FRA01-IUT-01
              Cost Element 200 shows the value 10
       Issue : Cost element 201 shows a value of 30, which is not correct

Changes

 

Cause

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