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I am using standard costing. I create a Production order with 10 Qty.
I run the production order and produce 3 part and when I enter the RAF journal, the Good qty is 2 and Error qty =1 (scrap) . After i post, why Ax still show that i have "remaning reported as finish" = 8? I expect it to show 7. Can someone explain how Error qty work in Ax2012?
Beside that, Ax had consume 3 qty of BOM line item.
The Error qty post to which ledger journal?
Kindly advice. thanks.
Error qty means that you tried to produce items, but they failed a quality check or something. So the BOM items are consumed, you may have spent time and machines to produce, but maybe due to a cutting failure, it is not a good product.
The production order is set to produce 10 (good) items. So this is the reason why you have 8 remaining. In total you might have used BOM materials for 11 products, but the good quantity is only 10. Depending on the cost model, the consumed materials and route operations will determine a higher cost per unit.
Are transactions of error quantities posted anywhere for tracking and accounting?
If you set it up. It could be allocated as general production cost for the finished goods or as a separate accounting.
Basically the system believes what you tell it- you told it you wanted to make 10 pieces- not that you wanted to make 1 as scrap so you need to make another 8, and it will base its variance analysis on that quantity. In this case you will need to issue more material to make the extra piece, to compensate for the scrap item.
If you want to change that logic, then receive the faulty item as good and then scrap it from inventory.
Is there any information on how to setup up the cost structure to account for the error qty in a separate account? Any information is greatly appreciated.
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