Open Produmex Manufacturing Settings via the following path: Administration > Add-Ons > Produmex Manufacturing > Produmex Manufacturing Settings
The following table describes the fields that appear in the General tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
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|Advanced Progress Bar||If this checkbox is checked, the system will display the Advanced Progress Bar instead of the Business One Progress Bar. We recommend using the advanced progress bar, as at long processes SBO progress bar can stop.|
|DisplayTimeUoM||The default Time Unit of Measure for operations. The default value is minutes.|
|Company Logo||The company's own logo, used in reports. Path to image file requested.|
|BxBackOffice Server URL||Obsolete setting.|
|Chart XML Folder||The Work Center Usage form will create an XML file inside this folder, from the data of the WCU chart. If this setting is not set, the system will use the “%AppData%\BX\XML” folder, where %Username% means the user currently logged in.|
|Produmex Support Business Partner||If an error occurs, a message box is displayed with the error details. You can send the error message to Support from this message box. You will need to set a Business Partner first, and set the Contact Person's email address. Set this Contact Person's code for the Support Business Partner field. You have to set up SBO Mailer for this function to work.|
|Name of last started Add-On||Internal field, not editable.|
|Date of last started Add-On||Internal field, not editable.|
|Time of last started Add-On||Internal field, not editable.|
|Use Message Board||The message board lets add-ons communicate with each other. In some cases, events are forwarded to non-Produmex add-ons. In this case, turn this setting off, but in this case communication between Produmex addons will stop.|
|TxSyncServer URL||Not used in Produmex Manufacturing.|
|Seconds of last started Add-On||Internal field, not editable.|
|Grid Row Count Decrease Number||Decrease height of form grid to allow buttons being correctly seen at the bottom of the window. Positive integer needed. Useful if you have SAP 8.8 or higher with a low resolution monitor and the buttons are in the grids.|
|Close Stuck Add-Ons||If enabled, the add-on kills any other instance of BXPPSAddOn.exe on start. It means that only one Produmex Manufacturing add-on can run at a time. On terminal server environments it is recommended to disable this setting as it kills Produmex Manufacturing add-ons run by other users as well.|
|Do Not Use GetAsXML||When Produmex Manufacturing request table information, it can use the GetAsXml SAP function.|
|Copy Bitmaps Manually||If enabled, the icon image files will not be copied from the SBO installation folder when the add-on starts. Enable this setting if the user do not have writing permission for the folder set as the Pictures Folder on the Path tab of General Settings.|
|Transaction Notification||If enabled, the Transaction Notification Validators are installed when the add-on starts.|
|Price List For Buy Items||The price list to be used in production order calculations for buy items. Enter the price list name here (OPLN.ListName).|
|Price List For Make Items||The price list to be used in production order calculation for make items. Enter the price list name here (OPLN.ListName).|
|BoM Auto Milestone||If this checkbox is checked, milestones are automatically assigned to Operations in BoMs.|
|Clear SFR cache on start||If enabled, the SFR files are automatically removed every time the add-on starts.|
|Max Grid Rows||The maximum number of rows, which will be displayed in a grid. If more rows exist, only the first N rows are displayed, where “N” is the Max Grid Rows number. If you want to see the rows currently not shown, either increase this value, or change filter settings for the grid (if applicable).|
|Operation Time Units in Seconds in DB||Internal field, not editable.|
|User Defined Formatted Search Support||If this checkbox is checked, user defined formatted search can be used on add-on forms.|
|Collect Calculation Details||If this setting is disabled, the details of the calculation are not collected and stored in memory, therefore the calculation details cannot be opened from the Calculated Prices form. We recommend to deactivate this option if you get Out of Memory errors at calculation.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the SQL tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
ADO.NET SQL Username
The User name for the MS SQL database (usually sa). Scripts use this setting (for example for upgrading a database).
|SQL Time out in seconds||SQL Timeout setting for SQL queries.|
|SQL execution duration alert in milliseconds||If the execution of a query exceeds the time defined in this setting, a warning is added to the log file.|
|Validator SQL Timeout||This setting controls how long the system will wait for a response for SQL queries. If a timeout is reached, the system will throw an exception, and the query is canceled.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Logs tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Auto Purge Audit Logs in days
The add-on logs each database transaction in the Audit Log table. This log can be deleted automatically in the interval set here. The default setting is 30 days.
|Keep Audit Logs in days||The system deletes the log entries, which are older than the number of days set here.|
|Log resource strings||If this checkbox is checked, the system logs every Resource String from open forms to a log file. By default log files are located in: %AppData%\Roaming\BX\Logs.|
|Logging Level||Sets which events are logged. Possible values:
Errors and Warnings
Errors, Warnings, Information
By default log files are located in: %AppData%\Roaming\BX\Logs.
|Log Table - max number of days to keep||Log entries that exceed the specified number of days will be deleted from the “@BXPLOG” table.|
|Log Table - max number of rows to keep||Defines the maximum number of rows that are kept in the “@BXPLOG” table.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Reports tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Report Layout Folder
The folder which contains the RPT files for reports.
|Report Output Folder||The folder which will contain the generated PDF files for reports.|
|Paper Size (Reports)||Paper size for reports. Example: a4, a3|
|Paper Orientation (Reports)||Paper orientation for reports. Example: portrait, landscape|
|Printer Name (Reports)||Printer name for reports.|
|Print Preview (Reports)||If enabled, the Preview before print checkbox is checked by default on the Select Report Layout screen.|
|Preview with Watermark||If enabled, the watermark is printed on print previews as well.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Material Resource Planning tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Default Outsourcing Lead Time
If an operation is outsourced, and in the item master data no lead time is set for it, then this setting is used as default lead time.
|MRPSeek Back Max Days||This setting determines how many days can MRP search backwards from the due date, when searching for free capacity.|
|MRPSeek Forward Max Days||This setting determines how many days can MRP search forward from the due date, when searching for free capacity.|
|MRP Production Order Safe Completion Factor||If the production order is allocated using the Forward From Preferred Date strategy, this setting determines the percentage of time the Preferred Date is earlier than the Latest Date. If the setting is 0.2 (20%), and an operation takes 10 days, the Latest Date is 07.30., then the system subtracts 10 days and an extra 20 percent (2 days) from the Latest date, so the Preferred Date becomes 07.18.|
|Minimal delay for begin||This setting is used to determine the time, when the allocation of resources can be started on the day when the allocation is started. For example, if the Earliest allocation from hours is 1 hour, and the MRP run or allocation is started at 14:00, the allocations are booked after 15:00.|
|LeadTime is Backorder Time||If enabled, the lead time of an item is considered as backorder time for unfulfillable requirements. New recommendations are created only if there are no planned receipts for the item between today and today + lead time.|
|MRP Show Debug GUI Dialog||For debugging, use this support window. For everyday use, this must be turned off.|
|MRP Ignore Non-Approved Orders||If this checkbox is checked, Orders without approval won't be considered at MRP run.|
|MRP Fragmentation Weight||This setting is used in allocation strategies. Along with the next two settings (MRP Due Date Weight, MRP Total Time Weight), you can set which factors are more important for you, when the allocation strategy assigns operations to resources. When the allocation is started, the system runs multiple simulations, and weighs each simulation with these factors, choosing the best possible outcome. Fragmentation determines how many parts an operation's allocations can be divided into (and how much setup and teardown time it needs). If it is undesirable for you to divide an operation into many parts, increase this value.|
|MRP Due Date Weight||This determines the importance of the calculated dates being near the due dates.|
|MRP Total Time Weight||This determines the importance of the operation taking the least possible time (including setup and teardown times).|
|MRP Allocation Teardown Gap||You can set (in hours), after how many non-working hours an operation must be stopped. For example, if an operation was started on Friday, and will be finished on Monday, is stopping the operation necessary during the weekend.|
|MRP Max Delay For Pref. WC(s)||You can set (in seconds), after how much delay MRP is looking for a new work center instead of the preferred work center. If this value is set to 1800 seconds, after 30 minutes of delay (if the preferred work center has another operation allocated, and the current operation can only be allocated after more than 30 minutes), the system will book another work center instead of the preferred work center.|
|Run MRP in Separate Thread||If this checkbox is checked, MRP will run in a separate thread. Use this if you get RPC_SYS_CALL_FAILED errors during MRP run.|
|Use multi-dimension allocation||By using this setting, you can use multi-dimension allocations in MRP, which means you can use employees and tools.|
|Allow rescheduling Production Orders when shift day capacity is shrunk||If enabled, production orders can be rescheduled when the shift day capacity is shrunk, otherwise the shift day capacity can only be shrunken if the capacity change does not affect released production orders. Please note: If there is a production order, that cannot be rescheduled, it is not possible to shrink the shift day capacity regardless of this setting.|
|MRP export resource plan||If enabled, the MRP result will be exported to an xml file. You can find the xml file in the following folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP\SAP Business One\AddOns\BXP\Produmex Manufacturing. The file name is MRPData- scenario name.|
|WorkCenter Time Diagram Unit W.||The default unit on work center time diagram.|
|Always Consider Planned Production Orders||If this setting is enabled, ’Planned’ production orders are always considered for items that have Manual Planning set in the Item Master Data, even when production orders are not added as a data source for MRP.
Please note that the Always Consider Planned Production Orders global MRP setting has higher priority than the settings in the MRP Scenario.
When an MRP scenario wants to ignore production orders, this setting should be disabled.
|Allocation window def.length||This setting defines the horizon of an MRP-run. The time scale until receipts and requirements are considered.|
|Use Produmex Manufacturing MRP||If enabled, the ‘Use Produmex Manufacturing MRP’ checkbox is checked by default on the Document Data Source window of the MRP wizard, when a new MRP scenario is created.|
|Force Reallocation If Allocation Strategy Changed||If enabled, the production order is automatically recalculated when the allocation strategy is changed.|
|Enable drag & drop in Job Scheduling Control Panel||If enabled, the drag&drop function is available on the Job Scheduling Control Panel.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the PDC tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Is Serial Batch PDC Enabled
Enable this checkbox in order to book serial/batch numbers with the Simple PDC Shop-Floor Wizard.
|800×600 PDC Wizard||If this checkbox is checked, the PDC Shop-Floor Wizard will run in 800×600 resolution.|
|HD resolution PDC Wizard||If this checkbox is checked, the PDC Shop-Floor Wizard will run in 1280×720 resolution.|
|PDC Use direct state||Obsolete setting.|
|PDC Allow undo||This setting controls whether undoing PDCs is allowed.|
|PDC Undo Only No Transaction||If this checkbox is checked, you can only undo PDC bookings, which don't have inventory transactions booked.|
|PDC Too Good Performance Threshold||After PDC booking, the system calculates the worker's performance. You can set here (in percents, so 0,9 means 90%) the threshold for too good performance. If you set 1.2 here, and the worker's performance is better than 120%, a message will be displayed after PDC booking.|
|PDC Too Bad Performance Threshold||This setting works the same way as the Too Good Performance Threshold setting, except it will display a message for performances worse than the threshold.|
|PDC book duration in Break bookings||If this checkbox is unchecked, the system will calculate time intervals for Break Bookings. This means you don't have to book Partial Completion before Break booking.|
|Use Operation Parameters||If this checkbox is checked, Operation parameters from the Parameters tab are used. It is used for Quality Assurance purpose in the production process.|
|GoodsIssue Series Name||Name of the Series to use for Goods Issue generated by PDC|
|ReceiptFromProd. Series Name||Name of the Series to use for Receipt from Production generated by PDC|
|IssueForProduction Series Name||Name of the Series to use for Issue for Production generated by PDC|
|GoodsReceipt Series Name||Name of the Series to use for Goods Receipt generated by PDC|
|PDCProcessor Last Run Date||Shows the PDC processor last run Date (not editable)|
|PDCProcessor Last Run Time||Shows the PDC processor last run Time (not editable)|
|PDCProcessor Retry Times||If the PDC processor fails at a transaction, it will retry several times, according to the shown Retry Times (in minutes, not editable)|
|Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions||If this checkbox is checked, enables Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions menu in the Production > PDC sub-menu, which provides solutions for fixing unsuccessful PDC transactions because of low stock quantity|
|Default Production Warehouse for Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions||Name of the default production Warehouse on Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions|
|Default Base Item Warehouse for Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions||Name of the default Base Item Warehouse on Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions|
|Employee Card Code Field||If you don't want to use SAP default employee number field for PDC employee identification, you can set a user field here (for example U_XXXEmpID).|
|Default Attendance Model||If the shift plan UDF field is not set for an employee in the employee master data, the setting from here will be used.|
|PDCProcessor Block Start Date||Obsolete setting.|
|PDCProcessor Block Start Time||Obsolete setting.|
|PDCProcessor Block Minutes||Obsolete setting.|
|Profit Center for Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions||Profit Center used in transactions on Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions|
|Account Code for Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions||Account Code used in transactions on Managing Rejected Batched PDC Transactions|
|Use Production Order Doc Entry and Line for PDC||If turned off, you can choose the operations in PDC Wizard or the office terminal based on allocation ids. If turned on, you can set the operation in the PDC forms like Production order docentryproduction order line number-work center code (for example 511-2WC01).|
|No Work Center Change with Use Production Order Doc Entry and Line for PDC||Related to the ‘Use Production Order Doc Entry and Line for PDC’ setting. If both settings are enabled,work center code should be included in the Identification Code when starting a booking on the Simple PDC Shop-Floor Wizard.|
|PDC Delete Allocation Last Date||The last date when the ‘Free Allocations by PDC Bookings based on User Query’ tool run.|
|FlexProdScheduler Last Run Date||Obsolete setting.|
|FlexProdScheduler Last Run Time||Obsolete setting.|
|Enable Lost Allocations in PDC Shop-Floor Wizard||Obsolete setting.|
|PDC Processor Interval Time||Defines the PDC processor run frequency.|
|PDC Material Batch Overbooking Permission||Defines whether material overbooking is allowed or not. Possible values:
VVOverbookingPermission_NotAllowed: Material overbooking is not allowed.
VVOverbookingPermission_ShowWarning: Material overbooking is allowed, but the system shows a warning.
VVOverbookingPermission_Allowed: Material overbooking is allowed.
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Production Order tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Production Order Operation Is Editable if Has Bookings
If enabled, the quality control parameters of a production order operation can be edited even if it has PDC bookings, otherwise only the parameters of production order operations without PDC bookings can be edited.
|ProdOrder Allow Simplified Outsourcing||If this checkbox is checked, you can use one step outsourcing without unfinished products.|
|MaCC separated outsourcing||If enabled, the outsourcing price is not included in the material cost during the cost calculation.|
|Run ProdOrd allocation in thread||If this setting is on, the Production Order allocation will run in a separate thread. This setting prevents RPC_E_SYS_CALL_FAILED errors from occurring during allocation.|
|ProdOrder Row Slowness Limit||Obsolete setting.|
|BoM Row Slowness Limit||Obsolete setting.|
|Production Order Consider Start Date||If enabled, the MRP scheduling logic of Produmex Manufacturing considers the Start Date of the production order. Otherwise the Start Date is not taken into account during MRP planning.|
|Rejected Warehouse (BoM)||This is the default rejected warehouse for BoMs. It will be set automatically when you create the BoM.|
|Default ProdOrd. Allocation Strategy||When creating a production order, the allocation strategy will be set to this default setting. It is only valid for manually created production orders, MRP doesn't consider this setting.|
|Extra validation after mass PrO||If enabled, the system runs an extra validation for database consistency after production orders were created on the Order Recommendation form or with the Procurement Confirmation wizard.|
|Don't reload Production Order after Add||After the production order is added, it is reopened by default. If you turn this setting on, after adding a production order, an empty Production Order form will be displayed.|
|Immediate Release after Add||Production orders will be immediately set to 'Released' after adding them.|
|Cockpit UDFs for Filtering||List of user-defined fields to be used for filtering in the Production Management Cockpit. UDFs' names from OWOR table should be separated by a comma.|
|Preliminary Features||If this checkbox is checked, unstable built-in preliminary features will be activated. Use with caution.|
|Automatic Generation of Outsourcing Purchase Orders on Production Order Release||When releasing a production order with outsourcing, the outsourcing purchase orders will be generated automatically.|
|Reset shrinked Production Order's scroll bar state||If the window size is very small, after allocation the cursor jumps back to the front of the row.|
|Include Outsource Operations in Job Requirements Report||If you turn this setting on, Outsourced Operations will be included in Job Requirements Reports.|
|Use Missing Capacity Report||When this setting is enabled, the system records missing capacity data for production orders and production order recommendations in the ’@BXPMISCAPREP’ table after each MRP run. It is also possible to open a missing capacity report for production orders from the Production Management Cockpit or the MRP error list.|
|Compatibility mode for ActiveX components||Enable this setting in order to support ActiveX components.|
|JSCP align max days||Defines the maximum duration of the aligning process that is indicated by selecting the ‘Align allocations’ or the ‘Align all allocations’ option from the right-click menu of a work center line on the Job Scheduling Control Panel.|
|JSCP align gap minutes||Defines the maximum gap length the system eliminates duration of the aligning process that is indicated by selecting the ‘Align allocations’ option from the right-click menu of a work center line on the Job Scheduling Control Panel.|
|Rework Order special BoM item code||Add the item code of the main product of the rework BoM.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Master Data tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Item Group for Operation
When you start the add-on for the first time, it will create an item group for operations automatically. You can set here what the name of this item group should be.
|Default Warehouse for Operation Item||If the SAP Business One setting ’Auto add all warehouses’ is not enabled, the default warehouse set on this field is added as the warehouse for the operation items.|
|Operation Item Valuation Method||If this field is set, only operation groups using this valuation method are allowed for operations. If a wrong valuation method is set for the operation item in the Item Master Data, a warning message is displayed. Default value: S (Standard) Possible values:
S = Standard
A = Moving Average
F = FIFO
|Null InHouse Quantity for Outsourcing||If you enable this setting the field 'In House Quantity' on the BoM Operation Details form will be set to 0. If this setting is disabled, the In House Quantity will include the default value.|
|Use Allocation Window Def. Length for Material Account Date||If you turn this setting on, the Material Account form will only load data until the current date + allocation window length. The allocation window length can be set on the MRP tab of Produmex Manufacturing Settings|
|BoM Tree Custom Columns||It is possible to add a custom column to the BoM Tree report. Add the code of a field from the Item Master Data. Make sure that you add an user field with the U_ prefix.|
|Sales Calc. Use Schema for recursed BoMs as well||If enabled, the ‘Use Schema for recursed BoMs as well’ checkbox is checked by default on the Calculate Sales Order form.|
|Sales Calc. Trace Calculated Values||If enabled, the ‘Trace Calculated Values’ checkbox is checked by default on the Calculate Sales Order form.|
|Sales Calc. Override Child BoM Base Quantities||If enabled, the ‘Override Child BoM Base Quantities’ checkbox is checked by default on the Calculate Sales Order form.|
|BoM Branch Validation Level||None - The default SAP B1 validation, which does not enforce MultiBranch consistency. Warning - The add-on performs MultiBranch consistency validation in BOMs, shows a warning message, but allows the user to save data. Strict - The add-on performs MultiBranch consistency validation in BOMs, shows an error message, and does not allow the user to save data.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Make To Order tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Allow MTO OrderType Change
If you turn on this setting, it is possible to change the order type (purchase, production) for MTO recommendations, otherwise an error message will appear when order type is changed.
|Skip MTO from Normal MRP||Items that are planned with MTO will not be considered by “normal” MRP.|
|MTO Delay Late Error Threshold||The “too late” threshold for MTO problem report in sales order.|
|MTO Delay Early Error Threshold||The “too early” threshold for MTO problem report in sales order.|
|Show Stock Information||If this setting is on, the actual stock information from item master data will be filled on the recommendations form for MTO scenarios.|
|MTO from production order||If enabled, an MTO scenario can be initiated from production orders as well, otherwise the MTO scenario can only be created from sales orders.|
|AutoRoll child MTOs||If enabled, MTO child production orders are automatically aligned if the MTO parent production order is rescheduled.|
|Move earliest||If enabled, an additional ‘Move earliest’ button is displayed on the Production Management Cockpit. Press this button to reschedule the selected MTO scenario to the earliest possible start date of the top order.|
|Move Latest||If enabled, an additional ‘Move latest’ button is displayed on the Production Management Cockpit. Press this button to reschedule the selected MTO scenario to the latest possible start date of the top order.|
|Auto Group||If enabled, MTO order recommendations for a given scenario will be grouped. If there is an Order Recommendation Custom Grouping user query defined, the system groups the recommendations based on the rules determined in the user query.|
|Advanced MTO Recommendation||If enabled, an MTO simulation can be run from Sales Quotations to calculate the available to promise date.|
|Sales Quotation Simulation Type filter||Defines the type of scenarios that can be included in the Sales Quotation simulation. Possible values:
VVMRPSimulationType_All: Every valid MRP and MTO scenario can be included
VVMRPSimulationType_MTO: Only valid MTO scenarios can be included.
VVMRPSimulationType_Quotation: Only valid MTO scenarios initiated from a Sales Quotation can be included.
|MTO quotation horizon||Defines the horizon of the MTO run.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Thin Client tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
The default User Interface language for the Thin Client. Possible values: English, German, Hungarian.
|Enable user dependent language||Obsolete setting.|
|PTM Reason for Log out mandatory||When a log out is booked, the reason must be given. Reasons can be set up at Tools > User-Defined Windows > BXPABSRSN.|
|PTM Enforce In/Out Bookings||It is not allowed to book the same action two times after one another (i.e. no two in or out bookings after each other).|
|PDC Setup Bookings Enabled||If this setting is enabled, 'Setup' PDC bookings are allowed with the PDC terminals. Otherwise, users cannot start a 'Setup' work, even when there are planned setups for operations.|
|PDC Custom Validation UQ||Obsolete setting.|
|PDC Modifiable WC for Start||The system normally selects the first allocated Work Center for an operation. If this setting is enabled, the user can choose another work center instead.|
|PDC Enforce Planned Setups||The planned setup of an operation can be skipped entirely, unless this parameter is set.|
|PDC Planned Setups Only||If set, the user is not allowed to start a 'Setup' work for an operation that does not have a planned setup in the production order operation details.|
|Customization Folder||Obsolete setting.|
|Enable Automatic Entry Correction on PTM||If this checkbox is checked, double bookings in the same direction can be corrected automatically by the add-on.|
|Automatic Entry Correction Interval on PTM||If a double log in was booked, and automatic correction is enabled, and the difference between the two in bookings is at least the amount that is set here, then an out booking between the two in bookings is automatically created. The interval is in minutes.|
|Automatic Entry Correction Duration on PTM||The automatic out booking that is created (see previous setting) will be created this many minutes after the first in booking. The duration is in minutes. Please note: The inserted logout time is in server time.|
|Disable Leave on Pending Operations on PTM||If the employee has a running job (he booked start job or resume job last), he cannot book out in PTM unless he closes the open job with partial or finish booking.|
|Show Original Time on Last Action||Should the last action field in PTM show the original or the corrected time.|
|Sticky Job QuantitiesPage||Obsolete setting.|
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Thin Client 2 tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Worker can modify bookings
If it is turned on, the workers are able to modify any PDC bookings.
|Approver can modify bookings||If it is turned on, the employee with the approver role is able to modify any PDC bookings.|
|Global idle timeout (seconds)||The timeout in seconds for which if there is no mouse and keyboard event, the booking screen will be returned to the login screen (with losing all changes).|
|Global screen timeout (seconds)||The time in seconds for which if there is no change in a page, the booking screen will be returned to the login screen (with losing all changes).|
|Employee approver role||The role that needs to be assigned to an employee to be regarded as approver.|
|Employee Workshop Monitor Role||The role that needs to be assigned to an employee to be regarded as work shop monitor employee.|
|Employee Quality Control Role||The role that needs to be assigned to an employee to be regarded as quality control employee.|
|Workcenter Admin Role||The role that needs to be assigned to an employee to be regarded as a work center admin.|
|Enable PDC||Enable the mobile PDC module.|
|Enable PTM||Enable the mobile PTM module.|
|Enable QC||Enable the mobile QC module.|
|Enable Workshop Monitor||Enable the mobile work shop monitor module.|
|Enable Workcenter Journal||Enable the Workcenter Journal module.|
|Enable Workcenter Tickets||Enable the Work Center Tickets module.|
|Enable Legacy Mode in PDC||If enabled, bin location handling is not supported in Produmex PDC.|
|Pre-fill planned material quantities||If you turn it on, the planned quantities are automatically taken over when booking materials.|
|Pre-fill planned by-product quantities||If you turn it on, the planned quantities are automatically taken over when booking by-products.|
|Pre-fill the bin locations quantities with available quantities||If enabled, the material quantity will be prefilled with the available quantity in the bin location on the Material Bin Location Picker screen.|
|Skip material quantities screen||The quantities screen for booking materials will not be shown if the setting is turned on (automatic material bookings).|
|Skip by-product quantities screen||The quantities screen for booking by-products will not be shown if the setting is turned on (automatic by-product bookings).|
|Skip material serial/batch quantities screen||Material serial/batch selector screens will not be shown if turned on.|
|Skip product serial/batch quantities screen||By-product serial/batch selector screens will not be shown if turned on.|
|Logout after PDC bookings||The user will be automatically logged out after a PDC booking has been created if turned on.|
|Enable Partial Book & Stay||If enabled, the user can stay on the partial booking screen after a partial booking is created.|
|Can insert new materials into production orders||The setting will enable the inserting of not planned materials from the PDC client into the production order. If you turn it on, the user can add non-existing materials to the production order from the mobile client which will be inserted before the operation on which the booking is created.|
|Login Is Password Protected||If enabled, the employee must enter a password instead of the employee number for login. Add the user field code that contains the password to the ‘Employee Card Code’ field.|
|Only Job Bookings On Running Jobs Screen||If disabled, operations with the booking status ‘CompletedSetup’ are also displayed on the Running Jobs screen.|
|Force enter product serial/batch numbers and quantities||If enabled, the user must enter the serial/batch number of the product to receive in order to proceed.|
|Force enter material serial/batch numbers and quantities||If enabled, the user must enter the batch/serial number of the material to issue in order to proceed.|
|Enable batch attributes in PDC||If enabled, batch attributes can be defined during a PDC booking. Only enable this setting if you use Produmex WMS integrated with Produmex Manufacturing.|
|Updateable batch attributes in PDC||If enabled, the user can modify the booked batch attributes in PDC after the booking is processed.|
|Remarks Template for Issue Resource Transaction||Whenever an issue resource transaction is automatically created by the PDC Processor, the details (work center, employee, PDC booking code, operation, date time of the finished work, duration of the job) of the corresponding PDC booking are entered into the remarks field of the transaction.|
|Maximum number of co-workers for PDC job||The maximum number of co-workers an employee can select in PDC to work in the same work center and on the same operation.
The number of co-workers in PDC can be provided in the Co-workers field and the number in the field cannot be higher than the maximum value defined in this setting. (The Co-workers field is available in the Production Data Collector module in PDC).
If no maximum value is defined by the setting, employees are not allowed to select co-workers in PDC and the Co-workers field is disabled in PDC.
The following table describes the fields that appear in the Scheduled Reallocator tab of the Produmex Manufacturing Settings window.
Define the start time of the reallocator. Multiple times can be added here, separated by comma.
|Machine Name||Set the name of the computer where the reallocation has to start.|
|Query Name||Set the query name that returns the DocEntries of the Production orders which have to be reallocated.|
|Recipient||Set the SBO user who will get a message with the result of the reallocation.|
|Last Execution||The time of the last execution. Read only field.|
Quote Item Property Number
This setting is only used in custom solutions.