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 — implementation:manufacturing:production_op [2018/03/22 12:14] (current)csuhaa 18.1 2018/03/22 12:14 csuhaa 18.1 2018/03/22 12:14 csuhaa 18.1 Line 1: Line 1: + ====== Production Order Operation Details ====== + Open the form from the Production order by clicking on the operation icon on the Row type field. On this form the operation details can be modified and specialized further for the particular production order. The form inherits data from the BoM Operation Details. + =====Header===== + {{page>​implementation:​manufacturing:​manufacturing_op#​header&​noheader&​noeditbtn}} + + //Is Overlapping Operation// \\ Indicates whether the operation can overlap the previous operation or not. When an operation is an overlapping operation, it can be started right after the previous operation is started, otherwise the earliest start date of an operation is the due date of the previous operation. + + // Overlapping Quantity// \\ The quantity produced after the following overlapping operation can be started. + + //Planned Quantity// \\ The planned quantity. //​Non-modifiable field.// + + //Completed Quantity// \\ The completed quantity. //​Non-modifiable field.// + + //Rejected Quantity// \\ The rejected quantity. //​Non-modifiable field.// + + //Message// \\ Operation error messages are displayed on this field. Double-click on the field to see further details. + + //Is Pinned// \\ Tick the box to pin down the operation to a start date and time. The start date and time can be specified on the ‘Pinned Start Date’ and the ‘Pinned Start Time’ fields. When an operation is pinned, all other operations in the same production order are also shifted (either backward or forward) around the pinned operation. \\ + //Please note: The allocation strategy of production orders with pinned operations will be automatically set to ‘Forward from Earliest Date’.// + + =====Resource Requirements===== + {{page>​implementation:​manufacturing:​manufacturing_op#​resource_features_tab&​noheader&​noeditbtn}} + + =====Dates===== + The planning dates of the operation can be overviewed on this tab. These values cannot be modified on the form. + + =====Outsourcing===== + {{page>​implementation:​manufacturing:​bom_op#​outsourcing_tab&​noheader&​noeditbtn}} + + On the //‘In House Ratio’// field the ratio of the in house production is displayed. System calculated value, the user cannot modify it. \\ + The supplier grid is extended with information regarding the outsourcing order. Additional columns: + * Supplier Ratio: The ratio of the supplier. + * Quantity in Order: The total ordered quantity. + * Quantity Received: The sum of the received quantity. + * Quantity Quoted: The quoted quantity. + Outsourcing purchase orders and purchase quotations are listed on an additional grid. These values are only form information,​ the user cannot modify them. + + Use the ‘New Purchase order’ or ‘New purchase quotations’ buttons to create purchase orders or quotations. For more information about the outsourcing process please see: [[implementation:​manufacturing:​outsourcing|Outsourcing]] + + =====PDC Bookings===== + On this tab the production bookings from the terminal can be overviewed. Select a Time UoM for display. + + //Planned Job/ Planned Setup/ Planned Teardown// \\ The time planned for each manufacturing step. + + //Booked Job/ Booked Setup/ Booked Teardown// \\ The total booked time for each manufacturing step. \\ + + //Open Job/ Open Setup/ Open Teardown// \\ The open time for each manufacturing step. \\ + + //State// \\ The current status of the operation. Possible values: Created/ Started/ Finished. \\ When a production order is created, the operation status is set to //Created// by default. The operation status is changed to //Started// when a start PDC booking is processed for the operation. The status is changed to //​Finished//​ in the following scenarios: ​ + * When the employee marks the operation as ‘Completed’ during a Stop job booking on the terminal + * When a Close PDC booking is performed on the Simple PDC Shop-Floor Wizard or on the PDC Bookings Office Terminal + + //Booked Completed Quantity// \\ The total booked quantity. \\ + + //Booked Rejected Quantity// \\ The total rejected quantity. + + {{ :​implementation:​bxmanuf:​operations:​prodorder.png?​direct |Production Order Operation Details}} + + On the grid booking entries are listed. ​ + + =====Documentation===== + {{page>​implementation:​manufacturing:​bom_op#​documentation_tab&​noheader&​noeditbtn}} + + =====Cost Amounts===== + {{page>​implementation:​manufacturing:​manufacturing_op#​cost_amounts_tab&​noheader&​noeditbtn}} + + =====Parameters tab===== + {{page>​implementation:​manufacturing:​manufacturing_op#​parameters_tab&​noheader&​noeditbtn}} + + Click on the ‘Update’ button to apply the changes or click on the ‘Cancel’ button to close the form without any adjustments. + + If the production order is ‘Released’ an additional ‘Allocations’ button is displayed on the form. Click on this button to allocate work centers for the operation. The allocated work centers will be shown on the opening ‘Work Center Allocations’ form.
implementation/manufacturing/production_op.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/22 12:14 by csuhaa