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LCOST in ITEMBL  is updated with the actual cost of any P-order at the
moment of the RP transaction(CA transaction is automaticly posted) and when
the invoice is booked.
At yearend, we copy LCOST to STDUC with certain restrictions.



At 06:35 PM 08/07/2002 -0500, you wrote:
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>We have been investigating the price that pulls into a purchase order
>for an item.  We have found that the price can be set to default to
>Current Material (ITEMASB), Purchase Price (ITEMASC), Standard Unit Cost
>(ITEMBL), or Unit Cost Default (ITEMASA) by setting the Purchase Price
>Default code in the Purchasing Control File (PURCTL) from the Purchasing
>All of these fields appear to be manually controlled.  Is there a method
>to have MAPICS automatically update a field that can be used to set the
>default price for an item as a purchase order is entered.  We would like
>to use the price paid on the last previous order or invoice for the
>We are on release 6 and do not currently have Procurement Management.
>We also use Standard costing.
>David Kemp
>Enterprise Electronics Corp.
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Best Regards,

If you can't convince them, confuse them.(Confucius)

L. Geheniau                                     M.I.S. supervisor /
Logistic Engineer
Tokheim Corp.
Industrieweg 5, 5531 AD Bladel                  The Netherlands
Fax: +31497381950
e-mail: geheniau@bladel.tokheim.com


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