Christopher and David thank you for your response. We are on version 6.00.2 of BPCS so I now know this is not possible on our version unless we write some programs. We already do some things with Batch Transaction Processing, so I will take a look at that.


from: "Wynn, Christopher P." <Chris.Wynn@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Splitting Up COGS

Hi Jay,

We are on ERP LX 8.3.4 and wrote a custom solution which we added to the CEA menu to break out COGS after the fiscal period has been closed. The original COGS entries are extracted and allocated using the cost buckets in the CMF table(each cost bucket as a percentage of the total COGS entry). Another table is used to assign each cost bucket a Major account segment. The allocated COGS entries are then written to the GL batch header (GBH) along with an entry to reverse the original COGS entry. The finance department then reviews and posts the entries using CLD501D.

from: David Rapacz <davidrapacz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Fw: Splitting Up COGS

This functionality was added to the 8.3.5 release of LX. Details regarding this new functionality can be found in our release notes available on Infor Xtreme at:
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