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Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 22 August 2017 - 10:05 AM

hello my Friends

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This program is for small factory, manufactures door and window . The factory plan is: Three stages pass
The first stage :
Purchase of raw materials Such as (all kinds of wood - nails - glue - other materials).
The second stage : Is the manufacturing process Consisting of :
1- Raw materials purchased.
2 - Administrative expenses required for the manufacturing process.
3- Forming wood in other factories if necessary.
After the manufacturing process, it is sold directly to the customer or displayed at the factory exhibition , This is the third stage
The problem I can not solve is the second stage
I worked group tables to my knowledge
1- table : Add_doc .. Purchase invoice header
2- table : Produce_doc …Manufacturing invoice head, this invoice was used to control the withdrawal of materials from the warehouse .
3- table : issue_doc ... Head of sales invoice after production .
4- table : Movements … Table of movement of raw materials inside and out of the warehouse.
5- table : Forming … This is to record the cost of forming wood in other factory so that it is added to the cost of the product .
6- table : Administrative_expenses … To record administrative expenses during the work of the plant to be added to the cost of the product as well .
7- table : Customers … Customer registration .
8- table : Suppliers … Suppliers registration .
9- table : Names … Registering the names of the items only .
If there is an adjustment in a table you can do this or create a new table. Important I want to help solve the problem of programming the second stage, which is manufacturing. Thank you very much

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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 22 August 2017 - 01:34 PM

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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 22 August 2017 - 02:08 PM

It's hard to tell what you are asking with that information there.
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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 22 August 2017 - 04:08 PM

First thank you to your Replay
I want to help with the work of an accounting program for a small factory
This factory produces doors and windows of various kinds of wood and some other materials.
I made some tables
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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 23 August 2017 - 03:01 AM

So far I have not found anyone to help me or understand what I mean.
this my file
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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 23 August 2017 - 03:07 AM

You have said "The problem I can not solve is the second stage", this doesn't provide enough information for someone to assist you.

What is the particular problem that you cannot solve? What is causing you confusion?

(An ER diagram would also help, although you'll need to host its image externally to display it here.)
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Posted 23 August 2017 - 03:20 AM

I work as an accountant in a small factory.
This factory. Makes wooden doors and windows. The factory manager asked me to do the calculations on ِAcces . My account system is a bookkeeping costing system . I hope you understand what I mean
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Posted 23 August 2017 - 05:17 PM

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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 24 August 2017 - 06:40 AM

Have you tried to make an ER diagram?
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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 24 August 2017 - 11:52 AM

I want to help you create a program with the same graphic as the file
https://up.top4top.n...94tn41-rar.html

I'm Sorry I I want to help you create a program with the same graphic as the file
I want to help you create a program with the same graphic as the file

I want to help you create a program with the same graphic as the file
I want to help you create a program with the same graphic as the file
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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 24 August 2017 - 11:52 AM

Help me? It certainly isn't _my_ project.

Also - I don't download suspicious files.
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Posted 24 August 2017 - 11:54 AM

I'm sorry

I'm Sorry I I want to help you create a program with the same graphic as the file
I want to help you create a program with the same graphic as the file
https://up.top4top.n...fwult1-zip.html
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Re: Are these tables sufficient for a cost accounting program

Posted 30 August 2017 - 04:23 PM

I'm sorry, I could not now even find a solution to my problem. Can I find anyone here to help me?
I put my problem and did not find solve to it , i search much in the internet , i did not find
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Posted 30 August 2017 - 04:41 PM

Typically it helps to explain what the problem is, show what you have tried, and explain your reasoning.
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Posted 30 August 2017 - 04:48 PM

First:
This program is for small factory, manufactures door and window . The factory plan is: Three stages pass
The first stage :
Purchase of raw materials Such as (all kinds of wood - nails - glue - other materials).
The second stage : Is the manufacturing process Consisting of :
1- Raw materials purchased.
2 - Administrative expenses required for the manufacturing process.
3- Forming wood in other factories if necessary.
After the manufacturing process, it is sold directly to the customer or displayed at the factory exhibition , This is the third stage
The problem I can not solve is the second stage
I worked group tables to my knowledge
1- table : Add_doc .. Purchase invoice header
2- table : Produce_doc …Manufacturing invoice head, this invoice was used to control the withdrawal of materials from the warehouse .
3- table : issue_doc ... Head of sales invoice after production .
4- table : Movements … Table of movement of raw materials inside and out of the warehouse.
5- table : Forming … This is to record the cost of forming wood in other factory so that it is added to the cost of the product .
6- table : Administrative_expenses … To record administrative expenses during the work of the plant to be added to the cost of the product as well .
7- table : Customers … Customer registration .
8- table : Suppliers … Suppliers registration .
9- table : Names … Registering the names of the items only .
If there is an adjustment in a table you can do this or create a new table. Important I want to help solve the problem of programming the second stage, which is manufacturing. Thank you very much
This is the attachment link
https://up.top4top.n...94tn41-rar.html
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