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Raw material Consumption Report from BOM - SAP Business One

Dear Experts,

We have SAP Business One Version 9.3. We have Production module and we have created various BOM for items. For every FG , we have different levels of BOM for producing components . The RM are consumed for each production captured from the component BOM . Now we need to extract a report of consumption of "RM" from every FG produced. Since we had different levels , we are not in able to extract which "RM" is consumed for each FG . The BOM of any FG shows components as child item and not RM as child items. The detailed requirement is mentioned in the enclosed file .

Could anybody please let me know how to extract this report .

Thanking you

Best regards

Yogish Shenoy

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  • Posted on Sep 25, 2019 at 03:28 AM

    try this

    SELECT T0."ItemCode",t3."ItemName", SUM(T0."CmpltQty") AS "Completed QTY", T1."ItemCode", t2."ItemName",
    SUM(T1."IssuedQty") AS "Total Consumed Qty"
    INNER JOIN WOR1 T1 ON T0."DocEntry" = T1."DocEntry"
    inner join OITM t2 on t2."ItemCode"=t1."ItemCode"
    inner join OITM t3 on t3."ItemCode"=t0."ItemCode"
    WHERE T0."Status" in ('R', 'L') AND T0."ItemCode" = '[%0]'
    GROUP BY T0."ItemCode",t3."ItemName", T1."ItemCode",t2."ItemName" HAVING SUM(T1."IssuedQty") > 0
    ORDER BY T1."ItemCode"

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2019 at 08:21 AM

    Dear Yogish Shenoy,

    This too big report ,I cannot solve online,SORRY



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