• Subject: Re: V4.03 SFC question...
  • From: AKRoche@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 12:26:51 -0400 (EDT)

In a message dated 97-09-18 10:41:39 EDT, you write:

<< Any other
 information you can provide me with would help. Such as, did it improve
 your interface to costing? We want to make sure the spoilage occurs at
 the write operation on actual cost sheets (CST260) and on Std. Vs.
 Actual Shop Order Variance report - SFC270.  
 Also, can you tell me how JIT interacts with the other modules?


Sorry for the delay, Paul. I've been out of the country for the last two
weeks, in a hotel with no data port (and sometimes no phones)! The JIT module
uses pretty much the same files as the shop floor module. Shop order material
allocations are in FMA and "labor tickets" which post both labor and material
transactions are in FLT. The primary difference is that there is a different
program for reporting production (basically an enhanced version of the SFC
production reporting program) which can be used for reporting production for
both JIT released shop orders or SFC released shop orders. The scrap gets
reported to the correct operation so the costing side is covered. I'm not
sure I completely understand your question regarding did it 'improve' our
interface to costing. Please explain and let me know what else you'd like to
know about.

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