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Is it possible to keep an unique Sales Price from a BOM item, when you use the Function explode BOM on a Sales Order?
The actual case is in NAV 2009R2, but I have been testet in other versions incl. NAV 2015, and I cannot find any function or work-around to deal with that issue.
What is meant by unique price? You have the choice to define it in the "Unit Price" on the Item Card or in the "Sales Prices" for the respective Item.
Yes, but when I use the Function Explode BOM, it replaces the line with the BOM Item and insert the components with their own prices, discounts etc.
Usually my customer have BOM items with a unique Sales Prices.
e.g. You have a BOM Item consisting of:
one Component 1 and
one Component 2 each with their own sales price of 50.
But on the BOM item card you set the Sales Price to 80.
If you only put the BOM item on a sales line, it will take the price from the BOM Item = 80,
But if you use the function Explode BOM on the same Sales Order, it will recalculate the sales price from the components (50+50=100). Thats my problem. :-)
So, I presume that you want to have the Price as 80.
Could you check the below link:
Did you ever find a solution to this problem?
I have the same problem, and the link below doesn't solve it.
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