Alloy Conditions are used to define rules for establishing the alloy quotation. The fields in this page are described in the following table.
|Code / Description||Unique identifier and short description for the alloy condition.|
|Quotation Base||Determines which Alloy Quotation Base is defined to be used for the alloy condition. The options are: Lower, Average, and Upper Quotation.|
|Period||Used with the Calculation Formula field to determine period ranges.|
|Calculation Formula||Indicates the formula for calculating the period range; used with the value in the Period field. The options are: Day, Month, Quarter, Half-Year, Year, and Specific Quotation.|
|Reference Date||Determines which document date is the base for establishing the alloy quotation. The options are:
- Receipt of Order Date: The Order Date is used as the Reference Date when calculating the Alloy Quotation.
- Delivery Date: The Posting Date of the Posted Purchase Receipt or Posted Sales Shipment is used as the Reference Date when calculating the Alloy Quotation. This option applies only to purchase and sales invoices.
|Staggered||If selected, the alloy quotation is established considering one month earlier than calculated. This option is only used with the Calculation Formula of Quarter, Half-Year, and Year. For more information, see Example: Staggered Quotation.|
|Reference Value||If selected, the alloy quotation will include an additional overhead charge that is indicated in the Reference Value % field in the General FastTab of the Alloy Surcharges Setup page. For more information, see Calculating based on alloy quotations including reference surcharges.|
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