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Inventory item, sales and purchase item for BOM settings

For Inventory Item using standard cost will use Item Cost as value when I tested it If you did not enter any Item Cost and you do the Goods Receipt will use Unit Price (not Item Cost) and updated to valuation, why?

Adding Labor, Overhead as Labor type in inventory and checked the Sales Item (uncheck Inventory Item) as non-inventory item for Production Order to add additional expenses even the original SAP set the Labor, Travle for Service use. Can I still use Item Group for this non-inventory item and setup default Expense Account to a liablility account instead of Expenses account per customer request? I know Child item issue method will adopt from its Parent Item that means if the Parent Item is Backflush then the Child item will be the same BackFlush.

Edited by: Lily Chien on Sep 15, 2009 4:32 AM

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    Posted on Sep 15, 2009 at 07:05 PM

    All non-inventory item for Production Order could only be backflushed no matter what the parent method is.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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      Non-Inventory for Sales Item will be used in production order for Labor, Fixed Overhead. If the issue method will be backflush only then user needs to edit the qty BEFORE update the status to COMPLETE. Labor and Overhead will be assigned later, the default is not accruate.

      Labor, Overhead don't need keep qty. in Inventory but need to change the qty. for Labor and Overhead in Production Order. Sounds weird! Any advice? Thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 06:13 PM

    You may check this thread for some related info:

    Production Overheads

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