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I want to ask your opinion in such case:
there is a tracking dimension group (Batch & SN are active) that is used for big amount of items (in the production environment). The issue is there are Physical and Financial inventories are disabled.
And now it is necessary to turn them on (it will be done through modification).
As I understood right no restrictions from the physical inventory side couldn't be.
But what about Financial inventory? Cost value will be recalculated after warehouse recalculation. Will it be a good decision? I feel that there can be some issues later with cost calculation (I'm not strong at this)
I will listen to all your ideas and assumptions (ax 2009)
Thanks in advance,
What is the costing model you are using (e,g FIFO, weighted average)
Item model group: FIFO.
What kind of items do you have? Are these all kind of dummy or service items?
Why is it that you want to start calculating phys.&financial values for those items?
At one of my clients, I marked financial inventory for the warehouse dimension after some transactions posted, (by a job) and it caused some problems such as negative cost per warehouse. So, I do not suggest marking it for items that have open transactions.
If you are able, you can create new products and transfer your on-hand inventory to your new products with a new setup.
1) The items are semi-finished goods & finished goods.
2) The customer wants to count adjustments for each serial number. AND they want to have a better and more clear situation about physical on-hand.
And also the issue is that customer has more than 2000 production orders every day.
Thanks for your reply. It's helpful.
If you use those items in productions then I would expect that you have at a minimum physical inventory transactions recorded in the inventtrans table.
Can you double check and confirm that?
I can't check it (don't have access), but suppose that more than 100kk.
The best way to do this would be to count out all stock of the items whose tracking dimension group you want to change, then run an inventory close. Change the tracking dimension group and bring in the stock with correct costs.
It is a big job!
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