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I am wondering whether somebody can explain me the very difference between the selections that can be made for the inventory parameter "cost breakdown" ("no" vs. "sub ledger"). I read the MS help for this parameter but have not been able to setup an example that illustrates the effects of activating respectively not activating this parameter. Would be great if somebody could help.
"Subledger" means that your products (in particular, standard cost products) may have cost split by cost groups. You can set up a costing sheet (see Inventory Management -> Setup -> Costing) by building up a tree of cost (material, labor and indirect) and assigning ledger accounts to each of the leafs. Then, say, you run price calculation and get the cost broken down, which can be seen on price calculation results form, "Costing sheet" tab. Then, depending on whether you had cost breakdown = "Subledger" or "None", you will see different results when changing "Level" value.
See the screenshot: www.ignify.com/.../Production-Costing-Functionality-with-Raw-Material-Cost-Labor-cost-and-Overhead.jpg
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