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Topic:   Line cost of an assembly

By: Simone ZPosted on: Mar 6 2022 at 11:18:32 AM
Dear Support,

I don’t know if someone before noticed the following, anyway I prefer to ask.
From the “Assemblies” menu, entering the “Edit part list” function from any of the present assemblies, the last column reports the label “Cost each”. It seems it refers to the cost “per unit of measure (UOM)”, already visible inside the properties of the single component. But, in my opinion, when you browse an assembly list, a more effective information would be the “price per row”, i.e. the UOM cost times the number of pieces in that line.

Thank you
Simone

By: GuestPosted on: Mar 7 2022 at 01:52:51 AM
Yes - i agree, i have been caught out viewing this previously, does seem the wrong format.


By: GuestPosted on: Mar 7 2022 at 11:27:28 AM
The 'Edit Parts List' window is just for "editing" parts lists. It's not a report as such.

Instead of selecting the "Edit Parts List" option you can choose the "View MultiLevel Parts List/BOM" option. This option is for viewing (not editing) and this does show price each and price per row as well as the total for the whole assembly.

Also. When viewing the "Edit parts List" you can leave the editing view and switch to the viewing view by clicking the magnifying glass button to the right of the edit window.

By: GuestPosted on: Mar 8 2022 at 02:09:01 AM
Thanks for the information, that works perfect.

By: SupportPosted on: Mar 8 2022 at 03:40:43 AM
Yeah. The thing about the editor is that you don't see the whole multilevel assembly all on one screenful. It allows you to navigate up and down the levels of sub assemblies. If you edit a sub assembly then that change is automatically updated into every other parent that uses the same sub assembly.

This editor is one of the best I've seen even compared to bigger mrp systems.

But to see the whole thing through all levels you switch to the viewer.

By: Simone ZPosted on: Mar 8 2022 at 08:24:39 AM
Thank you everybody, it works for me too!
Simone

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