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Work Orders With Multiple Items - Context?
12-02-2018, 09:10 PM (This post was last modified: 12-02-2018 09:32 PM by VortecCPI.)
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RE: Work Orders With Multiple Items - Context?
(12-02-2018 11:20 AM)briantmg Wrote:  I create a lot of work orders with no BOM. Sometimes we don't have the time to make a BOM. So we issue the materials to the work order. Some times, rather than buy a specific size of material for a part, we don't add material to the bom and use what we have in stock. For example, a lathe part that has a finish diameter of 0.80 inches, could be made from 7/8, 1in, 1-1/8... stock. We use what we have or what we can get.

Very interesting as when I tried this Std Cost Labour and Overhead values were lost and inventory values in GL did not match actual values via Inventory Valuation report or simple qty x Std Cost calculation.

So this is sort of an ad-hoc use... I see how that could be very useful... Thank you!

Now I just need to figure out why it does not work on my end...

Are you using:
+ Integrated GL @ INV?
+ STD cost or WAC method?
+ Labour and/or Overhead cost values on parts?

Any feedback s greatly appreciated!
So... To add raw material such as bar stock to a Work Order you have set it as a Manufactured Part? To add Labour to the Work Order it would also have to be set as a Manufactured Part, right?

PHP Code:
WHERE (stockcategory.stocktype='F' OR stockcategory.stocktype='M')

Now I feel a bit lost again...
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RE: Work Orders With Multiple Items - phil - 11-27-2018, 05:06 AM
RE: Work Orders With Multiple Items - Context? - VortecCPI - 12-02-2018 09:10 PM

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