Report to identify the intercompany “To Org” profit in inventory (also known as PII or ICP) for each inventory organization and item. Report gets the PII item costs across organizations, by joining the sourcing rule information from the first “hop” to the sourcing rule information to the second “hop”. In addition, if an item has a source organization in the item master, but the sourcing rule does not exist, this item relationship will still be reported. This report also assumes that the first hop may have profit in inventory from another source organization and will not include any profit in inventory from the source org for the “To Org” profit in inventory calculations. Likewise for the “To Org”, any this level material overheads, resources, outside processing or overhead costs are ignored for the profit in inventory calculations. In addition, inactive items and disabled organizations are ignored.
Note: there are two hidden parameters: 1) Numeric Sign for PII which allows you to set the sign of the profit in inventory amounts. You can specify positive or negative values based on how you enter PII amounts. Defaulted as positive (+1). 2) Include Transfers to Same OU which allows you to include or exclude transfers within the same Operating Unit (OU). Defaulted to include these internal transfers.
Displayed Parameters: Assignment Set: the set of sourcing rules to use with calculating the PII item costs (mandatory). Cost Type: the cost type to use for the item costs, such as Frozen or Pending (mandatory). PII Cost Type: the profit in inventory cost type you wish to report (mandatory). May or may not be the same as the Cost Type parameter. PII Sub-Element: the sub-element or resource for profit in inventory, such as PII or ICP (mandatory). Currency Conversion Date: the exchange rate conversion date that was used to set the standard costs (mandatory). Currency Conversion Type: the exchange rate conversion type that was used to set the standard costs (mandatory). Period Name: the accounting period you wish to report for; this value does not change any PII or item costs, it is merely a reference value for reporting purposes (mandatory). From Organization: the shipping from inventory organization you wish to report (optional). To Organization: the shipping to inventory organization you wish to report (optional). Category Set 1: the first item category set to report, typically the Cost or Product Line Category Set. Category Set 2: the second item category set to report, typically the Inventory Category Set. Item Number: enter a specific item number you wish to report (optional).
/* +=============================================================================+ – | Copyright 2009-23 Douglas Volz Consulting, Inc. – | All rights reserved. – | Permission to use this code is granted provided the original author is – | acknowledged. No warranties, express or otherwise is included in this permission. – +=============================================================================+ – | Version Modified on Modified by Description – | ======= =========== ============== ========================================= – | 1.0 26 Sep 2009 Douglas Volz Initial Coding – | 1.34 05 May 2021 Douglas Volz Add Make Buy Code. – | 1.35 26 Feb 2022 Douglas Volz Add category sets and To Org and From Org – | parameters. Add two hidden parameters, – | Include Same OU Transfers and set Sign – | for PII Amounts (p_sign_pii), to determine – | if PII is entered as a positive or negative. – | 1.36 28 Nov 2023 Andy Haack Remove tabs, add org access controls, fix for G/L Daily Rates, outer joins +=============================================================================+*/
Assignment Set, Cost Type, PII Cost Type, PII Sub-Element, Currency Conversion Date, Currency Conversion Type, Period Name, From Organization, To Organization, Category Set 1, Category Set 2, Item Number
gl_ledgers, mrp_sourcing_rules, mrp_sr_receipt_org_v, mrp_sr_source_org_v, mrp_sr_assignments, mrp_assignment_sets, mtl_system_items_vl, mtl_item_status_vl, org_organization_definitions, mtl_parameters, mrp_sr_receipt_org, mrp_sr_source_org
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