Details:

If you change the item receipt cost on an AP invoice, the application handles this scenario differently based upon the stock movement status of the item receipt.

 

Item Received, Posted/Not Posted, No Stock Movement

 - In this scenario, the item receipt cost is updated on the Purchase Order. You can see this on the Item Receipts screen in the Purchase Order.

 - The item price originally entered on the PO remains the same on the Item Tab of the Purchase Order

 - You will see two postings for the Item Receipt(s); one posting represents the original cost and the second posting represents the increase or decrease from the item receipt price change. Both postings will occur in an Inventory Asset GL and the Purchases Accrued Not Due Default GL. The item's unit cost is adjusted appropriately to the new value.


Item Received, Post/Not Posted, Stock Movement

 - In this scenario, the item receipt cost is updated on the Purchase Order. You can see this on the Item Receipts screen in the Purchase Order.

 - The item price originally entered on the PO remains the same on the Item Tab of the Purchase Order

 - If the item has been transacted, an entry will be made to the item's Parent Product Line Default COGS account and inventory is not increased. If there is a remaining quantity, you will see a posting for the item receipt at the original price entered on the PO and a second posting representing the increase or decrease from the item receipt price change posting to the Inventory Asset GL and Purchases Accrued Not Due. For the quantities not transacted where a item receipt price change was applied, the item's unit cost is adjusted appropriately to the new value in accordance with postings made to the Inventory Asset GL account.