A formula for a finished good is set to inherit the values from a raw material's consumed batch (es). If there is more than one batch consumed in a production batch, the system ignores the values of the other batches' attributes that are consumed and only transfers the values of the first batch that is consumed. Expected Result: If more than one raw material batch is consumed in a production batch pick list journal, then the pro-rated/averaged batch attribute values of each consumed raw material batch should be "inherited" into the finished good batch. The inheritance of batch attribute values should work similar to the batch merge function in D365 F&O, where a weighted average of the combined batches is applied to the new merged batch. Current Result: Only the batch attribute values of the first consumed batch are transferred. This is a bit inconsistent with the other batch inheritance features; for example, if you want an end item to inherit the shelf life dates and there are multiple materials consumed with different expiry dates or best before dates, it will use the earliest expiry date or BB date of the batches that were consumed, not just the date for the first batch consumed.
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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.


Johan Hoffmann