Correcting burden hours in a posted job


(system) #1
Since you already adjusted the -8,003 hrs. you don't need to enter that one again. Â Simply enter the burden negative $'s (the cost you calculated). Â Just FYI, you cannot 'delete' a job adjustment but you can reverse it, in this case, you would enter a positive 8,003 hrs. which would then net out the 2 entries. Â But you don't to do that since you want the -8,003 adjustment there. Â Does all this make sense?

You are not getting on my nerves at all. Â Happy to help if I'm able to!

:-)


CJ



On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 1:51 PM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@...> wrote:

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  <p></p><div style="font-size:12pt;font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;"><div><span>I understand. I tried to do it as you said, but here&#39;s a new hurdle. Â </span></div>
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Yesterday, I adjusted the job for -8,003 burden hours (without the burden cost of -$160,200). Now, when I try to enter both (i.e. -8,003 hrs & -$160,200 burden cost) and hit 'Adjust', E9 says "Hours entered (i.e. -8003), will result in negative total hours posted to this job, entry not allowed".
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Therefore, is there a way to delete yesterday's entry or any other way around?
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BTW, sorry if I am getting on your nerves with all my questions :). But if you can help with this, it will resolve the issue today.
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Many thanks,
S
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On Wednesday, October 9, 2013 1:16:40 PM, "Harner, CJ" <cjharner@...> wrote:


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  <div dir="ltr"><div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">Hi S,</div><div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;"><br clear="none"></div><div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">

You need to enter the actual calculated $'s (Epicor does not calculate it for you in Job Adjustment)…so enter the $-160,060.


For date selection we use the current period that we are in and then check 'Capture oudated transaction' as well. Â In the 'Outdated Trans. From:' field we go back a year when we capture costs (which we only do at month-end). Â

:-)


CJ



On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 1:00 PM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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Perfect! Found it.
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Few quick questions:-
- In the 'Burden Cost', should I enter just the rate i.e. $20 and let E9 calculate the total negative adjustment on its own or should I enter the negative burden hours -8,003 and enter the manually estimated total adjustment i.e. -$160,060 in the Burden cost?Â
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- Next, when I run 'Capture COS/WIP Activity' process, date selection would be the relevant period? Do I need to check off on 'Capture outdated transaction' as well?Â
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Many thanks!
SÂ Â


On Wednesday, October 9, 2013 11:50:34 AM, "Harner, CJ" <cjharner@...> wrote:
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  <div dir="ltr"><div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">If you look at the &#39;Job Cost Adjustments&#39; screen at the bottom where you entered the negative &#39;Burden Hrs&#39; right underneath that field you should see &#39;Burden Cost&#39;. Â That&#39;s I enter burden actual costs when I have to do adjustment. Â If you don&#39;t see this, let me know, and I will be happy to send you a screen shot.</div>

:-)


CJ


On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 11:18 AM, <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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  <div>Hi Harner, </div><div> </div><div>No. I didn&#39;t. Based on advice from E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry. </div><div> </div><div>Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So, based on your comments, I should enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220 on the job adjustment? </div>
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Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.
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If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached. Â
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Thanks a bunch! Â Â Â
S


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When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?


That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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  <div style="font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><div></div><div>Hello group, </div><div>Â </div><div>One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially. </div>
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This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
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Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
Â
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
Â
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
Â
Thanks,
SÂ Â
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Cell:Â 540-435-2040

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(system) #2
Hello group,
 
One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially.
 
This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
 
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
 
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
 
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
 
Thanks,
S  

(system) #3
When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?

That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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  <p></p><div style="font-size:12pt;font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;"><div></div><div>Hello group, </div><div>Â </div><div>One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially. </div>
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This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
Â
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
Â
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
Â
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
Â
Thanks,
SÂ Â

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Cost/Inventory Control Analyst
780 Keezletown Road
Weyers Cave, VAÂ 24486Â
Work:Â 540-437-2126
Cell:Â 540-435-2040

Fax: Â 540-234-9768

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(system) #4

Hi Harner,

 

No. I didn't. Based on advice from E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry.

 

Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So, based on your comments, I should enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220 on the job adjustment?

 

Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.

 

If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached.  

 

Thanks a bunch!    

S



---In vantage@yahoogroups.com, <cjharner@...> wrote:

When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?

That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

 
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  <div style="font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><div></div><div>Hello group, </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially. </div>
 
This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
 
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
 
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
 
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
 
Thanks,
S  
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Cost/Inventory Control Analyst
780 Keezletown Road
Weyers Cave, VA  24486 
Work:  540-437-2126
Cell:  540-435-2040

Fax:  540-234-9768

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(system) #5

BTW CJ, Terribly sorry to have addressed you as Harner, instead of Ms./Mr  



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Hi Harner,

 

No. I didn't. Based on advice from E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry.

 

Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So, based on your comments, I should enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220 on the job adjustment?

 

Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.

 

If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached.  

 

Thanks a bunch!    

S



---In vantage@yahoogroups.com, <cjharner@...> wrote:

When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?

That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

 
<div>
  
  
  <div style="font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><div></div><div>Hello group, </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially. </div>
 
This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
 
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
 
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
 
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
 
Thanks,
S  
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--
C. J. (Carole Jo) Harner
Cost/Inventory Control Analyst
780 Keezletown Road
Weyers Cave, VA  24486 
Work:  540-437-2126
Cell:  540-435-2040

Fax:  540-234-9768

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(system) #6
If you look at the 'Job Cost Adjustments' screen at the bottom where you entered the negative 'Burden Hrs' right underneath that field you should see 'Burden Cost'. Â That's I enter burden actual costs when I have to do adjustment. Â If you don't see this, let me know, and I will be happy to send you a screen shot.

:-)


CJ


On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 11:18 AM, <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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  <p></p><p>Hi Harner, </p><p> </p><p>No. I didn&#39;t. Based on advice from E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry. </p><p> </p><p>Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So, based on your comments, I should enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220 on the job adjustment? </p>

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Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.

Â

If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached. Â

Â

Thanks a bunch! Â Â Â

S



---In vantage@yahoogroups.com, <cjharner@...> wrote:

When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?


That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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  <div style="font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><div></div><div>Hello group, </div><div>Â </div><div>One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially. </div>
Â
This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
Â
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
Â
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
Â
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
Â
Thanks,
SÂ Â
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--
C. J. (Carole Jo) Harner
Cost/Inventory Control Analyst
780 Keezletown Road
Weyers Cave, VAÂ 24486Â
Work:Â 540-437-2126

Cell:Â 540-435-2040

Fax: Â 540-234-9768

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C. J. (Carole Jo) Harner
Cost/Inventory Control Analyst
780 Keezletown Road
Weyers Cave, VAÂ 24486Â
Work:Â 540-437-2126
Cell:Â 540-435-2040

Fax: Â 540-234-9768

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(system) #7
That's ok. Â :-)


On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 11:32 AM, <saurabhte@...> wrote:

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  <p></p><p>BTW CJ, Terribly sorry to have addressed you as Harner, instead of Ms./Mr <var></var> </p> <div><br><br>---In <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com">vantage@yahoogroups.com</a>, &lt;saurabhte@...&gt; wrote:<br>


Hi Harner,

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No. I didn’t. Based on advice from E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry.

Â

Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So, based on your comments, I should enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220 on the job adjustment?

Â

Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.

Â

If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached. Â

Â

Thanks a bunch! Â Â Â

S



---In vantage@yahoogroups.com, <cjharner@...> wrote:

When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?

That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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  <div style="font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><div></div><div>Hello group, </div><div>Â </div><div>One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially. </div>
Â
This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
Â
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
Â
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
Â
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
Â
Thanks,
SÂ Â
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C. J. (Carole Jo) Harner
Cost/Inventory Control Analyst
780 Keezletown Road
Weyers Cave, VAÂ 24486Â
Work:Â 540-437-2126

Cell:Â 540-435-2040

Fax: Â 540-234-9768

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Cost/Inventory Control Analyst
780 Keezletown Road
Weyers Cave, VAÂ 24486Â
Work:Â 540-437-2126
Cell:Â 540-435-2040

Fax: Â 540-234-9768

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(system) #8
Perfect! Found it.
 
Few quick questions:-
- In the 'Burden Cost', should I enter just the rate i.e. $20 and let E9 calculate the total negative adjustment on its own or should I enter the negative burden hours -8,003 and enter the manually estimated total adjustment i.e. -$160,060 in the Burden cost? 
 
- Next, when I run 'Capture COS/WIP Activity' process, date selection would be the relevant period? Do I need to check off on 'Capture outdated transaction' as well? 
 
Many thanks!
S  


On Wednesday, October 9, 2013 11:50:34 AM, "Harner, CJ" <cjharner@...> wrote:
 
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  <div dir="ltr"><div class="ygrps-yiv-571273924yiv2293700954gmail_default ygrps-yiv-571273924yiv2293700954ms__id3619 ygrps-yiv-571273924yiv2293700954ms__id4985 ygrps-yiv-571273924yiv2293700954ms__id5431 ygrps-yiv-571273924yiv2293700954ms__id5912 ygrps-yiv-571273924yiv2293700954ms__id6371" style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">If you look at the &#39;Job Cost Adjustments&#39; screen at the bottom where you entered the negative &#39;Burden Hrs&#39; right underneath that field you should see &#39;Burden Cost&#39;. &nbsp;That&#39;s I enter burden actual costs when I have to do adjustment. &nbsp;If you don&#39;t see this, let me know, and I will be happy to send you a screen shot.</div>

:-)


CJ


On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 11:18 AM, <saurabhte@…> wrote:

 
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  <div>Hi Harner, </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>No. I didn&#39;t. Based on advice from&nbsp;E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So,&nbsp;based on your comments, I should&nbsp;enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220&nbsp;on the job adjustment? </div>
 
Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.
 
If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached.  
 
Thanks a bunch!    
S


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When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?


That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

 
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This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
 
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
 
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
 
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
 
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(system) #9
Hi S,

You need to enter the actual calculated $'s (Epicor does not calculate it for you in Job Adjustment)…so enter the $-160,060.


For date selection we use the current period that we are in and then check 'Capture oudated transaction' as well. Â In the 'Outdated Trans. From:' field we go back a year when we capture costs (which we only do at month-end). Â

:-)


CJ



On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 1:00 PM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@...> wrote:

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Perfect! Found it.
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Few quick questions:-
- In the 'Burden Cost', should I enter just the rate i.e. $20 and let E9 calculate the total negative adjustment on its own or should I enter the negative burden hours -8,003 and enter the manually estimated total adjustment i.e. -$160,060 in the Burden cost?Â
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- Next, when I run 'Capture COS/WIP Activity' process, date selection would be the relevant period? Do I need to check off on 'Capture outdated transaction' as well?Â
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Many thanks!
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On Wednesday, October 9, 2013 11:50:34 AM, "Harner, CJ" <cjharner@...> wrote:
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  <div dir="ltr"><div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">If you look at the &#39;Job Cost Adjustments&#39; screen at the bottom where you entered the negative &#39;Burden Hrs&#39; right underneath that field you should see &#39;Burden Cost&#39;. Â That&#39;s I enter burden actual costs when I have to do adjustment. Â If you don&#39;t see this, let me know, and I will be happy to send you a screen shot.</div>

:-)


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On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 11:18 AM, <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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  <div>Hi Harner, </div><div> </div><div>No. I didn&#39;t. Based on advice from E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry. </div><div> </div><div>Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So, based on your comments, I should enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220 on the job adjustment? </div>
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Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.
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If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached. Â
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Thanks a bunch! Â Â Â
S


---In vantage@yahoogroups.com, <cjharner@...> wrote:


When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?


That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

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This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
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Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
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On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
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Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
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SÂ Â
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(system) #10
I understand. I tried to do it as you said, but here's a new hurdle.  
 
Yesterday, I adjusted the job for -8,003 burden hours (without the burden cost of -$160,200). Now, when I try to enter both (i.e. -8,003 hrs & -$160,200 burden cost) and hit 'Adjust', E9 says "Hours entered (i.e. -8003), will result in negative total hours posted to this job, entry not allowed".
 
Therefore, is there a way to delete yesterday's entry or any other way around?
 
BTW, sorry if I am getting on your nerves with all my questions :). But if you can help with this, it will resolve the issue today.
 
Many thanks,
S
 


On Wednesday, October 9, 2013 1:16:40 PM, "Harner, CJ" <cjharner@...> wrote:
 
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  <div dir="ltr"><div class="ygrps-yiv-1204747985yiv1783847582gmail_default" style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">Hi S,</div><div class="ygrps-yiv-1204747985yiv1783847582gmail_default" style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;"><br clear="none"></div><div class="ygrps-yiv-1204747985yiv1783847582gmail_default" style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">

You need to enter the actual calculated $'s (Epicor does not calculate it for you in Job Adjustment)…so enter the $-160,060.


For date selection we use the current period that we are in and then check 'Capture oudated transaction' as well.   In the 'Outdated Trans. From:' field we go back a year when we capture costs (which we only do at month-end).  

:-)


CJ



On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 1:00 PM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@...> wrote:

 
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Perfect! Found it.
 
Few quick questions:-
- In the 'Burden Cost', should I enter just the rate i.e. $20 and let E9 calculate the total negative adjustment on its own or should I enter the negative burden hours -8,003 and enter the manually estimated total adjustment i.e. -$160,060 in the Burden cost? 
 
- Next, when I run 'Capture COS/WIP Activity' process, date selection would be the relevant period? Do I need to check off on 'Capture outdated transaction' as well? 
 
Many thanks!
S  


On Wednesday, October 9, 2013 11:50:34 AM, "Harner, CJ" <cjharner@...> wrote:
 
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  <div dir="ltr"><div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">If you look at the &#39;Job Cost Adjustments&#39; screen at the bottom where you entered the negative &#39;Burden Hrs&#39; right underneath that field you should see &#39;Burden Cost&#39;. &nbsp;That&#39;s I enter burden actual costs when I have to do adjustment. &nbsp;If you don&#39;t see this, let me know, and I will be happy to send you a screen shot.</div>

:-)


CJ


On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 11:18 AM, <saurabhte@…> wrote:

 
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  <div>Hi Harner, </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>No. I didn&#39;t. Based on advice from&nbsp;E9 support, and one of the job schedulers here, I entered -8,011 hours in the Job adjustment entry. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Anyways, I have looked up the Burden rate. ($20). So,&nbsp;based on your comments, I should&nbsp;enter -8011 x 20 = -$160,220&nbsp;on the job adjustment? </div>
 
Will it be possible for you to point out where exactly this burden rate or manually calculated dollars are entered? Steps or screen shots maybe. Just that I am a new grad and the only person looking after finance in this company. There's no experienced person to whom I may ask these questions.
 
If you wish, you may email the screen shots to my office email: Stewari@... as yahoo group settings do not allow for pasting screen shots or documents to be attached.  
 
Thanks a bunch!    
S


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When you entered the negative hours, did you also enter (on the job adjustment) the dollars associated with these hours (you have to manually calculate the dollars and enter)?


That's what I have to do have impact on COS.





On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:53 AM, saurabh tewari <saurabhte@…> wrote:

 
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  <div style="font-family:HelveticaNeue, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, Lucida Grande, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><div></div><div>Hello group, </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>One of the assistants while making a job entry in E9, entered 8,011 burden hours instead of 8. As a result, both cost for that part and COS for the period have spiked exponentially. </div>
 
This job was completed and posted. I ran the COS/WIP reconciliation as well before coming across this error.
 
Is there a way to correct the Burden hours?
 
On my part, I entered negative hours through job adjustment module (based on the advise from E9 support) and COS/WIP reconciliation subsequently. However, there was no impact to the COS.
 
Would really appreciate some inputs in this matter.
 
Thanks,
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