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My first post so go easy on me.
It was my understanding that the CJI5 report field "Value ObjCurr" has a value if and only if that (PO) item has not been goods receipted. In other words, the field reports the Open commitment. (PO line item amount less goods receipted amounts).
It was my understanding that the CJI3 report field "Value ObjCurr" value indicates the amounts that have been goods receipted. (Along with other items that may not be PO related)
Question 1: Please confirm or clarify if is true that a given (PO) amount should not appear at the same time on both reports.
Question 2: Please confirm or clarify that if the item is I/R (Invoice Receipted), it has no effect on CJI3 and CJI5.
If this is answered in an online resource, just a pointer there would be appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Hi Steve. CJI3 Actual Cost Line Item Report will show all financial postings to your project whether the initial posting was made to a newtwork activity, maintenance order, or WBS element. It will also display settlement postings to fixed assets, G/L accounts (balance sheet such as a suspense account) or to cost centres. When a good receipt is posted you will see that posting in CJI3 at the PO amount and quantity. In the CJI5 report Committed Cost Line Item Report you will only see the outstanding commitment for that item or the full value of all purchase requisitions that have not been converted to a purchase order.
Each report utilizes display layout functionality where you can choose to select the fields you wish to see after you have executed the report. for example, in CJI3 you may wish to exclude settlement transactions in order to display gross costs. In CJI5 you may wish to display Committed Costs for a specific vendor.
Both of these reports are "drilldown" reports as you can double click on a line item to go to a source document, e.g. a non PO invoice, a goods receipt (material document) or a PO. Both of these reports are also accessible (via drilldown) from standard Project System Financial reports.
Hope this helps.
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