Depends on your need to "see" a finite dollar total. I would suggest you start 
with Vendor notes or an item note with the PO print flag set on. That would at 
least make these terms visible on the hard copy documents. May be easier than  
wrestling with intermediate items and boms.  
Regards, Larry

In a message dated 11/29/2004 1:45:38 PM Eastern Standard Time, "Chick Doe" 
<Cdoe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

>version 6.1
>how do you generate a po for an inventory item where a minimum lot
>charge applies? for example let's say we're going to send out 150 parts
>to be plated and the op cost in the routing is $1.00 each. if we write
>to PO it comes out for a total PO  cost of $150. 
>but suppose the vendor charges a minimum of $200 to heat the plating
>tank. he is going to charge us $200 to do the 150 parts. how do i
>reflect this on the po so that the vendor sees it and so that the a/p
>people see it?
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