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  • Rashmi Ranjan Mohanty

    Just a small correction...I meant to say that the ability to generate shipping documents for components that are shipped to the supplier is not supported.

  • Jairo Rojas Mendez

    The ability to generate shipping documents for components that are shipped to the customer is not supported. There is an existing enhancement request to support this capability.

  • Rashmi Ranjan Mohanty

    The ability to generate shipping documents for components that are shipped to the supplier is not supported. There is an existing enhancement request to support this capability.

  • Santosh Hibare

    Hi ,

    The count point reduces the manual entry of transaction in review dispatch list with resource and material consumed as per the standard input .

    Thanks

     

  • Deepak Padhy

    Hi - The count point checkbox in any Std. operation indicates whether the system will force you to complete the transaction in the system or not. For ex let's say you have 10,20,30,40 operation in the Work definition and physically you are performing all the operation to complete the Work order in your warehouse but in the system you want to jump directly from 10th to 40th Operations. So if that is your requirement then you must uncheck count point checkbox for 20th, 30th operations.

    Having said that there is another checkbox "Automatically Transact".  "Count Point" and "Automatically transact" are Mutually Exclusive. So for 20th, 30th operation you are not enabling Count point then "Automatically Transact" checkbox must be enabled.

    And the First and Last Operation of your Work Definition must be "count point" enabled.

     

    Thanks.

  • Kelly Cooper

    Thank you for the post.

  • Sam Napoli

    Thanks Alex

  • Alexander Vaidhyan

    This flag identifies one of the resources in the simultaneous pool as principal. Functionally this flag does not influence the current behavior of the application, although it is used in the background to build the relationship between the prior resource and the simultaneous resource pool while scheduling.

  • Sam Napoli

    Thanks Alex. That's extremely helpful. And how does he Principal checkbox affect the system? Taking the example above, what happens if you make the Lathe the Principal resource? 

  • Sam Napoli

    Thanks

  • Aravindan Sankaramurthy

    We may in future. 

  • Sam Napoli

    Thanks Radhakrishnan. Much appreciated.

  • Alexander Vaidhyan

    Simultaneous resources are a group of resources which share the same sequence number within a work order operation. All scheduled resources which share the same sequence number are scheduled in parallel together. All scheduled resources which share different sequence numbers are scheduled in series in the ascending order of the sequence number.

    For Example consider the following resources associated to Operation Sequence #10 of WO #1

    1. Res Sequence: 10

        Resource Name: Technician

        Usage: 1 hour

        Activity: Setup

    2. Res Sequence: 20

        Resource Name: Lathe

        Usage: 2 hours

    3. Res Sequence: 20

        Resource Name: Operator

        Usage: 2.5 hours

    In the above example, Work order scheduling will first schedule Technician Resource for 1 hour. This would be followed by scheduling both the lathe resource and operator resource in parallel for 2 hours and 2.5 hours respectively. So overall scheduled duration of Operation # 10 = 1 hour + Max of (2, 2.5)  hours = 1 + 2.5 = 3.5 hours.

     

    Hope this clarifies. There is a worked example for Scheduling in the user guide and a brief explanation of simultaneous resource. Please refer attached screenshot for simultaneous resource.

    Thanks and Regards

    Alex

     

     

     

  • Radhakrishnan Angappan

    You can check the Work Order Created By/ Date & Last Updated By/ Date details;

    Manage Work Orders > Search and select the work order > View > About this Record.

  • Sam Napoli

    Thanks Aravindan. This is what I suspected, but thanks for confirming.

    You say "Currently..." Does that mean there are future plans for this field?