In my suggestion, Per series means that if one raw material can be produce more than one pcs item. I have to set per series base on portion.
Am I understand correct ?
Please confirm me again.
Thank you very much
Kii
In my suggestion, Per series means that if one raw material can be produce more than one pcs item. I have to set per series base on portion.
Am I understand correct ?
Please confirm me again.
Thank you very much
Kii
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Hi, Can you explain me what is the benefit of TCA than Manual cost allocation.? And also pls let me know how is the AX calculate TCA burden cost for,
I. Per Percentage.
ii. Per Qty
iii. Per Series.
Since I am new to dynamics AX,If you can explain me through calculation formula, highly appropriate .tq
Yes I am agree
The is the quantity in the component Quantity field is needed to produce the number of units of the parent BOM items as specified in the per series Number of units
When the quantity is 1,and the unit is litre, and the per series is 100, then one litre of the item is required to produce 100 finished BOM items.
Depending on your set up the calculated quality for a given quantity of parent needed to be produced the quantity of the component needed may be further modified by rounding to pack size logic.
Thanks Steve
Hi Erik
The simple answer is Integer.
It is actually an EDT which extends the standard Qty EDT but in this EDT the number of decimals is set to 0.
Hi Steven. Is the field of type integer (no decimals)?
Br Erik
Your quantity (the amount to be consumed) references the per series. So if you have 1 in quantity and 1 in per series it means you need 1 per 1 parent made. If you have 1 in quantity and 10 in per series it means you need 0.1 per 1 parent made, or 1 per 10 parents made.
Set the per series to 10 and load a production order for 1 and look at the consumption line (or do it through pricing)
Your quantity (the amount to be consumed) references the per series. So if you have 1 in quantity and 1 in per series it means you need 1 per 1 parent made. If you have 1 in quantity and 10 in per series it means you need 0.1 per 1 parent made, or 1 per 10 parents made.
Set the per series to 10 and load a production order for 1 and look at the consumption line (or do it through pricing)
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