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This is on a NAV 5.0 SP1 database.
Hello, I have a client that has an item with average costing. When the item card was set up they put in a unit cost of $6. Now about a month later, they realized that the actual unit cost of the item is $5.044
I want to Change the unit cost field but I can't because it has item ledgers entries posted. This is what I have done.
Ran the 'adjust item cost' batch job.
Went into a Revaluation journal and selected the item, I put in the new unit cost (revalued), and posted it, so that my inventory is revalued at the new price.
But I still want to change the unit cost on the item card to $5.044, can this be done ?
As a rule, the value in the Unit Cost field on the item card is based on the standard cost for items with costing method standard. For items with all other costing methods, it is based on the calculation of the inventory available (invoiced costs and expected costs) divided by the quantity on hand.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV calculates the contents of the Unit Cost (LCY) field on the purchase line or the contents of the Unit Cost field on the item journal line according to the following formula:
Unit Cost (LCY) = (Direct Unit Cost – (Discount Amount/ Quantity)) * (1 + Indirect Cost %" / 100)) + Overhead Rate
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