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I am new to Navision and we use the NAV 2009 R2 version. I have been asked to provide a list of inventory items with their average cost, quantity and total value. Is there a standard report that I can use to select those features?
Hi, I think you can try Inventory Valuation report.
More details: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav-app/design-details-inventory-valuation
Hope this helps.
ZHU is correct but to be clear. the Inventory Valuation Report calculates the unit cost by taking the value of inventory and dividing it by the quantity on hand. It is not a weighted average.
The unit cost is not being reflected on the report. I only get the data per 1st screenshot. The price I am trying to obtain is the Average Cost(LCY) per second screenshot
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