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Sales BOM

Hi,

I have a business scenario is that company has inventory of component (A, B) and would like to sell out in form of finished product (X).

SO: Main item (control price), Sub item (control inventory)

DN: Sub item (for picking & pgi)

Invoice: Main item (for invoicing)

I try different combination to filfull the requirement and my setting like this:

1. Create sales BOM of X with component A & B using 'L' (Stock Item)

2. Material setup

Main item > item category group(ERLA), item category(TAQ), scheduleline (CT)

Sub item> item category gropu(NORM), item category(TAN), scheduleline (CP).

Problem:

1. As no inventory for finished product, so no cost of it?

2. Unable to deactivate pricing of sub item?

3. In delivery note, still ask for storage location of TAQ. How to resolve it?

Thanks!

SiuYau

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 07:43 AM

    Hi,

    As understood from your post:-

    " Business want to deliver the sub items , but pricing/billing maintained @ main item level"-

    To achieve this,

    in std, this is treated as main item level pricing . Maintain item category / item cat determination as if in std - main item level pricing i.e.

    Item type- Item cat group - Item cat - Properties

    Main item - ERLA - ZMIT (Copy of TAQ) - sch.line cat should not be relevant for delivery eg:CT

    Sub item - NORM - ZSIT (Copy of TAE) - sch.line cat should be relevant for delivery eg:CP

    maintain relevant copy control between order - delivery (header & item levels).

    Deviation from the std to your business requirement is only schedule line category controls. Which you can play around with schedule line category definition cum determination.

    Test & observe the results.

    Regards,

    Reazuddin MD

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 05:12 AM

    hi

    you BOM is relevant for header BOM, so you make a delivery for header item and sun item item , with out PGI for header , you stock also not up dated , so on that time you can create the this type of requirement,

    SO: Main item (control price), Sub item (control inventory)

    DN: Sub item (for picking & pgi)

    Invoice: Main item (for invoicing)

    this means sub item control inventory ,

    like you take computer, this is main item , mouse and another parts or sun items ,

    so you do the delivery for both item on that time inventory should up dated for both , you want sub item it means computer not delivered , only sub item it delivered , its not correct thing, when both items only it will up dated that is right, you stock also it decrease main item and sub item ,

    Main item > item category group(ERLA), item category(TAQ), scheduleline (CT)

    Sub item> item category gropu(NORM), item category(TAN), scheduleline (CP).

    here sub item item category is TAE, for header level bom, you process it isTAN , when you do the TAN , sub item pricing will up dated, because at item category settings it for pricing relevant is standard

    but TAE, not relevant for pricing , check compare both type TAE, TAN

    Problem:

    1. As no inventory for finished product, so no cost of it?

    2. Unable to deactivate pricing of sub item?

    3. In delivery note, still ask for storage location of TAQ. How to resolve it?

    1) finish product no inventory it means ( here you can use item level bom , not for header level bom), with out inventory how you will delivered,

    2) go to VOV7 for TAN, here field of pricing it maintain the- X, but header level BOM , sub item item category is TAE only.

    3) yes it will ask the system because it is standard, you make settings for in completion log

    based on my know ledge you requirement is not possible




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