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    Shravan Kumar Chelika
    Execute Production- Report Material Transactions - WIP IssueAnswered
    Topic posted August 7, 2018 by Shravan Kumar ChelikaRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, last edited August 7, 2018, tagged Manufacturing MDM, Manufacturing Analytics, Production Execution, Production Scheduling, Work Execution, Work Request Management 
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    Title:
    Execute Production- Report Material Transactions - WIP Issue
    Summary:
    WIP Issue with Partial Quantity for WorkOrder
    Content:

    Hi All,

    I have a question on WIP Issue in Work Execution.

    Lets say I have an operation 10 with operation items - MotherBoard, Speakers with required quantity of 10 and with Supply type as 'Push'

    When I try to Report Material Transactions - WIP Issue for one of the component(MotherBoard) and  if I transact quantity of 5. The quantity gets transacted but when I get back to Report Material Transactions - WIP Issues screen, I see only one line to be issued for component (Speakers)

    I am expecting to see 2 lines to be issued.

    MotherBoard with Required quantity of 5 
    Speakers with Required quantity of 10

    I might be missing something/some setup,could someone point me to the right direction..

    Please check the attached images 'Before WIP Issue of components' and 'After WIP Issue of components'

     

     

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    Best Comment

    Siddesh Colvenkar

     Hello Shravan,

    The behavior you described is for components which are defined with the FIXED basis type. When the basis type is VARIABLE, for e.g. if Motherboard would be defined with variable basis type in your example, once 5 are issued out of 10, the remaining 5 would be shown when you navigate back to Report Material Transactions UI.

    Since fixed basis type components are be typically reported once for the entire work order, once any non-zero quantity is reported  the balance quantity is not defaulted again. However, it is always possible to add the balance quantity if required by using the add (+) action.

     

     

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    • Shravan Kumar Chelika
    • Siddesh Colvenkar

       Hello Shravan,

      The behavior you described is for components which are defined with the FIXED basis type. When the basis type is VARIABLE, for e.g. if Motherboard would be defined with variable basis type in your example, once 5 are issued out of 10, the remaining 5 would be shown when you navigate back to Report Material Transactions UI.

      Since fixed basis type components are be typically reported once for the entire work order, once any non-zero quantity is reported  the balance quantity is not defaulted again. However, it is always possible to add the balance quantity if required by using the add (+) action.