Variance (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: August 30, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click Production control > Common > Production orders > All production orders. Select an existing production order for a formula that contains a co-product. On the Action Pane, on the View tab, in the Related information group, click Price calculation. On the Price calculation form, click Co-products. On the Calculation form, click Variance.

Use this form to show standard cost price variances for co-products.

NoteNote

This form can only be opened if the selected co-product is set up for standard cost and the batch order has the status Ended.

The following table provides descriptions for the controls in this form.

Field

Description

Details

Select this check box to view additional information about the resources that cause the variances.

Level

Select the level that you want to use to display the information.

  • Single – View information with a breakdown for a single-level product structure.

  • Multi – View information with a breakdown for a multilevel product structure. You can view cost information for a manufactured component via the cost group.

  • Total – View information for the total with no breakdown for levels in the product structure.

Quantity

View the total good quantity reported as finished for the production order.

Total variance

View the total variance for the production order.

Cost group

View the cost group that is associated with the line.

Lot size variance

View the variance that is related to the difference between the standard cost calculation quantity and the production order quantity. The variance reflects the differences in the amortization of constant costs.

Price variance

View the variance that is related to the difference between the costs that were used for standard cost calculations and the costs that were used for actual consumption transactions.

Quantity variance

View the variance that is related to the difference between the quantities for components and operations that were used for standard cost calculations and the quantities that were used for actual consumption transactions.

Substitution variance

View the variance that is related to the difference between the components and operations that were used for standard cost calculations and the components and operations that were used for actual consumption transactions. For example, the substitution variance can reflect actual consumption of a component that was not in the bill of materials (BOM) for the standard cost calculation.


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