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May I know what is the difference between Item Revaluation and Item Adjustment in Navision 2018?
When will you use Item Re-evaluation and when will you use Item Adjustment?
Will there be any implication when you use either two?
You use Item revaluation when you want to adjust the cost of your inventory so it better reflects the actual value for your inventory or when you want to adjust the cost of sold goods.
Item adjustment is a bit unclear term. But if you are talking about physical inventory adjustment that is used to adjust the physical inventory of specific items.
Here are some references for you:
The Item Revaluation Journal is use to reset or correct an Items current Unit Cost for all on-hand quantities. The value of a company's inventory can change over time, for example, as a result of deterioration, age or changed market conditions. Therefore, to reflect the
inventory value most accurately, companies may need to revalue the inventory. To decide on the new inventory value, they may use current value bases, such as a replacement cost and net realizable cost, or a lower-of-cost-or market basis. A company can implement the inventory revaluation at any date, allowing a high degree of flexibility, as the revaluation can be done back in time. To begin the process, a company must determine the quantity that is available for revaluation on a given date. This quantity is called a revaluable quantity, and it is calculated
as the sum of quantity for item ledger entries of inventory decrease and increase with the posting date equal or earlier than the revaluation posting date. Only completely invoiced item ledger entries are included in the calculation. The program supports revaluation based on actual costs. However, for items using the Standard costing method, the program will also revalue based on expected costs. This means that for standard-cost items, inventory that is received but not invoiced can also be revalued. Accordingly, such expected inventory costs are also included in the Calculate Inventory Value batch job like any actual inventory costs. However, this is only possible if you select to calculate for each item, by location and by variant.
Item Adjustments, in my opinion, are where you want to make Item adjustments to Quantity on-hand. Here you want to increase (Positive) or decrease (negative) the quantities and will use the Item Journal to post such a transaction.
I hope this helps.
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