Along with the purchased goods, balances of production departments may contain ready dishes or semi-finished products.
If the enterprise does not keep records of prepared dishes and the production of semi-finished products with separate documents in the program, then the ingredients used for cooking remain not written off on the balance of the department until the moment of sale.
When performing an inventory, it is impossible to indicate ready dishes and semi-finished products as goods in the collation statement, because there is no information about the production of these positions in the system. Accordingly, the calculated balances for such positions will always be equal to 0.
With this method of work, it is necessary to “programmatically decompose” ready dishes into components to obtain the amount of ingredients spent on production, based on sets of dishes and semi-finished products. Then, you need to add the resulting value to the number of ingredients actually found on the department's balances.
To simplify the work with such positions in Store House, you can indicate all the goods found on the department balances — ingredients, ready-made meals and semi-finished products — in one collation statement.
For goods that need to be “decomposed into ingredients”, the Break into components flag must be set in the document.

When this flag is set for the goods item, the Set column group is automatically filled in with the value from the goods card, determined by the set use rule and the sett version for the enterprise. The enterprise is determined on the basis of the department indicated in the Title of the collation statement.
If necessary, you can change the default set or set version to a different value. To do this, place the cursor in the corresponding field and select another value from the drop-down list.

The list of sets available for selection in the document is formed from the list of sets defined in the goods card, on the Set version tab.

A link to the set, according to which the decomposition into components takes place, is stored in the document itself. When changing the values in the goods cards, the values in the document are not recalculated.

If the list of goods for inventory was formed from the Balance statement report, it might be more convenient to set the Break into components flag using the group function:

  • Select the goods in the delivery note holding down the Ctrl or Shift key
  • Use the Break into components context menu function
  • For goods that have sets in the goods cards, the flag will be set and a link to the set and set version will be specified, according to which decomposition into components will occur when the document is saved
  • If necessary, manually edit the set or set version in the document.

When the document is saved, the Surplus/shortage tab will be filled in.