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We use the production order statistics to look at standard cost vs expected vs actual cost.
The Actual cost we can find else also, but how can we find the standard cost including the breakdown into materials, capacity etc. on a more detailed level? It needs to be the standard price valid at the point in time for the production order, thus "Detailed Calculation" doesn't work as that is calculated on the fly.
The same more or less goes for Expected costs.
Are they stored anywhere in NAV or alternatively in a table which I can then extract with help from IT?
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To see the Standard Cost of a manufactured item, I recommend running the following to see how the Standard is calculated, for a single Item:
Cost Share Breakdown
Rolled-Up Cost Shares
Single-level Cost Shares
Hope these help.
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