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Currently, production orders of items which have a standard costing method do not appear in the manual marking form accessible from a production formula or a production BOM.

There doesn't seem to be any technical constraints since the "automatic marking" works for those items (using consolidated batch orders, pegged supply, marking from MRP firming,...).

It is a rather odd design decision which doesn't make any sense functionnaly speaking.

It would be great if you would delete this limitation.
Category: Cost Management
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B

By making manual marking available for STD cost items, it would open up more functionality across our business. This would include inventory and warehousing management functionality.

Category: Cost Management

B

My company would like to use cross-docking, however I believe it's not possible since we use STD costing. Marking screen appears empty when trying to mark a SO to a PO line.

Category: Cost Management

B

I support this idea. Our client is using standard cost, but uses marking also for planning / business processes (since they have a lot of intercompany transactions between 3 legal entities - all tying together 1:1). Sometimes, i.e. if sales orders are recreated, it would be great to give the users a chance to reference the incoming supply (i.e. from purchase order) back to the new sales order or sales order line. This will:1) help MRP to generate activities2) help the users from a business process standpoint which purchase order will fulfil which sales order

Category: Cost Management

B

Marking is not only related to cost and Microsoft should provide us with using marking for std cost items as well.

Category: Cost Management

B

This creates issues when using WHS planned cross-docking, as this based on marking

Category: Cost Management