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The 'Times' field when entering 1/60 rounds to a 4 decimal precision. This makes the result .0167. When applying this result to the time on a production order the extended value is 'off' from the expected value. For example:15 minutes = .25 hours, BUTin D365 15 minutes = .2505 hours.The display in all the view calculation details is to 2 decimal precision so when one tries to do the math .25 x rate, the result is not the displayed result.This may seem like a small issue but when dealing with large metals manufacturers who do all their costing in lbs, this can creep up to a large number of dollars depending on the number of locations, number of shifts running etc. The amount can become material over the course of a year.
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Thank you for your feedback. Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future.

 

Sincerely,

Johan Hoffmann

PM, Microsoft