# Fields

## A

Actual Cost
Indicates the actual costs incurred.

#### Calculation

The actual costs are calculated from the value entries of the item or the capacity entries. In the case of an item, the value entries of the supply document e.g. a purchase delivery, are considered. In the case of an bom, the actual costs correspond to the actual costs of all associated components and operations.
Acutal Price
Indicates the actual price incurred.

#### Calculation

Actual Costs / Quantity
Attached to Line No.
Specifies the line no. of the module, this line is attached to.

## D

Description
Specifies a description of the precalculation structure line.
Description 2
Specifies a description 2 of the precalculation structure line.

## E

Expected Quantity
Specifies the expected quantity.

#### Calculation

The expected quantity is calculated from the quantities or times from the production order.
a) Component: A * B * C A = Expected quantity (component) / quantity (prod. order line) B = Quantity (module) C = Proportional consumption factor
b) Operation: A * B * C A = Expecte Operation Cost Amt. / Quantity (prod. order line) B = Quantity (module) C = Proportional consumption factor
Since, for example, the components could come from different supply documents (e.g. different warehouse receipts), and could therefore have different prices, a separate line is created in the calculation for each supply document. The expected quantity is distributed proportionally to these lines, so that the sum again corresponds to the actual expected quantity. The same applies to the capacity entries, since the cost price could change there between postings.

## L

Level
Specifies the level of the exploded BOM.
Location Code
Specifies the involved location code.
Lot No.
Specifies a lot number if the posted item carries such a number.

#### Calculation

An extra line is created for each different lot number, even if they belong to the same production order (output) or the same supply document.

## N

No.
Specifies the number of the involved entry or record, according to the specified number series.

## O

Operation No.
Specifies the operation number for this routing line.

## P

Prod. Order Line No.
Indicates the associated line no. of the production order.
Prod. Order No.
Indicates the associated line no. of the production order.
Proportional Consumption Factor
Indicates the quantitative share of this component or operation in all consumptions for this production order.

#### Calculation

This field is used to split the selected quantity. (see Expected Quantity). If several item consumptions are combined, e.g. because the consumptions all come from the same goods receipt, the proportional consumption factor is also added up.

## Q

Quantity
Specifies the total units that are requiered to produce the parent item.

#### Calculation

First, the consumptions of all items of a production order are calculated. Then the quantity is calculated proportionally to the total quantity produced. (“Total Finished Quantity”) This mainly concerns assemblies where the complete quantity of the assembly has not been included, but also lots and series. Since the consumption of the lots or series cannot always be directly assigned to the originator, these are also divided proportionally.

## R

Run Time
Specifies the run time of the operation.

#### Calculation

Refers to the posted capacity entries, not the prod. order routing.

## S

Serial No.
Specifies a serial number if the posted item carries such a number.

#### Calculation

An extra line is created for each different serial number, even if they belong to the same production order (output) or the same supply document.
Setup Time
Specifies the setup time of the operation.

#### Calculation

Refers to the posted capacity entries, not the prod. order routing.

## T

Target Costs
Indicates the planned costs.

#### Calculation

The target costs are calculated on the basis of the “Expected Quantity” and the unit cost of the prod. order components or the “Expecte Operation Cost Amt.” from the prod. order routing. If not the complete produced quantity of the assembly has been used (see field “Quantity” or “Extended quantity”), the costs are calculated proportionally to the used part. This also applies to the setup costs. In the case of an assembly, the target costs correspond to the target costs of all associated components and operations.
Target Price
Specifies the expected cost of one unit of the item or resource on the line.

#### Calculation

Target costs / “Expected Quantity”
Total Finished Quantity
Indicates the sum of the finished quantity.

#### Calculation

The total of all finished quantities for this production order. This field is needed to later calculate the components proportionally (see “Quantity”), if a module is only partially included and not the total quantity produced.
Type
Specifies the type of the precalculation structure line.

## U

Unit of Measure Code
Specifies how each unit is measured, such as in pieces or hours.

## V

Variant Code
Specifies the variant of the item on the line.