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    KIT Items - Serialized Value

    We utilize KIT template numbers in order to calculate unique costs for different configurations of a 'kitted' item.

    The problem we've recently encountered is that the cost of the work order and it's related sales order are not calculating the same cost values. Has anyone ran into this? It appears that the related sales order is not grabbing the cost at the time of work order completion? Does anyone have any ideas what could be causing this?

    We are currently on version 9.2.

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    I don't know what you mean by "KIT Template Numbers". Is that a SO Kit? a Parts Kit?, ...
    Are you in something other than a regular manufacturing type of industry?

    Anyway some critical pieces of information include
    - the Costing Method being used
    - Inventory Cost Level

    And .. How Often you run Sales Cost Update (R42950)
    Larry Jones
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