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In a message dated 11/4/2002 5:20:14 PM Central Standard Time,
Cdoe@barton-instruments.com writes:

> version 6.1.02
> when we create a work order via sfc500 we can specify the customer order
> that this shop order. this is done by entering the customer order on the
> sfc500 screen when we create the work order. but we have some customer
> orders where the customer might order the same item on five different
> lines, ie deliver 50 items on the first of jan, feb, march, April, may.  we
> can create 5 separate work orders to make these items. but there is no way
> that i can find within sfc to indicate that work order 1 is for the jan
> delivery, work order 2 is for the feb delivery, work order 3 is for the
> march delivery, work order 4 is for the April delivery, and work order 5 is
> for the may delivery. there is a field in the shop order record (FSO) call
> SCLIN that says it is for the customer order line number, but i can't find
> a way to populate this.
> does anybody have a solution that will allow us to designate which specific
> customer order and line a work order is for?
> chick doe
> barton instrument systems

The fields for customer order and line number are both populated
automatically if the "Shop order generate flag" from the facility planning
record is turned on. This option is not supported if the item is configurable
and option priced. When using SFC500 it only asks for and populates the order
number. Assuming your shop order due dates match the requested ship dates and
quantities, that should be fine for planning and production. MRP will advise
you when/if something changes on any of the order lines.
Regards, Larry

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