Korinek,

Unfortunately ORD954B does not (always) sort the documents by name - but
just selects the documents by order class and event through an SQL-cursor.

This means the documents are selected in the order they were put on the
database - and the BPCS standard documents that came with the software are
most likely the ones......

Regards
Bent Nielsen
BPCS Business Analyst
GET plc 

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   1. Document sequencing problem. (Korinek Lubos)
   2. Kits into Stock (Bob Kohlndorfer)
   3. Re: Kits into Stock (Bill)
   4. RE: Kits into Stock (Bailey, Dick)
   5. Re: Kits into Stock (Doug_McLauchlan@xxxxxxxxxx)
   6. Re: Document sequencing problem. (Sajben@xxxxxxxxxxx)


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message: 1
date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 08:10:04 +0100
from: Korinek Lubos <Lubos.Korinek@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Document sequencing problem.


Hello  ,
        we have created a new document with OLM145D1 and defined this
document as a "Print Option" for a specific order class using OLM170 (see
example below). The problem we have is that we want sequence of the document
execution to be as is listed below and we expected the sequence for follow
in alphabetic sequence but we find this is not the case. Can you please let
us know how we can adjust the sequence of the documents so that we can
control the order in which they run.
        We are running BPCS V6.1.01 Mixed Mode.

ORD170D3-01       ***  BPCS  6.1.01  DEM  Prototyping  ***  LOPCJBB
17/11/05
LOAS01                Order Class Print Option Select       DEMKOLU
17:26:05
 

Order Class  104    EDI Standard Order 1             Base Class    4

Print Flag Values:  0=None, 1=Print, 2=Save, 3=Print and Save

 

Select action and press Enter.  1=Create  2=Revise  4=Delete  5=Display

8=Position To

Event Sequence                                         1    2    3         5

Act Doc ID            Document Description           Entry Pick Conf Ship
Invc 
                    +

    ABS - RECHNUNG    ABS Rechnungsdruck                                   1

    ABS ACK CALCUL    Order Post Calculation           2

    ABS W.-ENTNAHME   ABS Entnahmeschein                    1

    BPCS ACK          Order Acknowledgment             1

    BPCS INVOICE      Regular Invoice                                      1

    BPCS PICK SLIP    Pick Slip                             1

    ECM ACK           ECM/EDI ORDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT    1

    ECM INVOICE       ECM Invoice                                          1

    ECM PICK SLIP     Electronic Pick Slip                  1

 

 


Thanks in advance

> Lubos Korinek
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message: 2
date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 14:21:19 -0600
from: "Bob Kohlndorfer" <bkohlndorfer@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Kits into Stock

We have a client using BPCS v4.0 that just started using Kits for some of
their items.
What they are considering is putting some Kits into stock, but cannot figure
out how to get them there. BPCS will use any Kit inventory before using
components to make Kits at Ship Confirmation time but how do we get Kits
into stock besides a return?

It does not appear we can create a normal Bill of Material if a Planning
Bill exists, and you cannot create a manual '=' transaction without a Shop
Order Number and you cannot create a Shop Order for Order type 3 or 4.

Thanks for any help,
Bob Kohlndorfer



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message: 3
date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 13:38:52 -0800
from: "Bill" <brobins3d@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Re: Kits into Stock

Bob Kohlndorfer wrote:
> how do we get Kits into stock besides a return?   
> 
> It does not appear we can create a normal Bill of Material if a
> Planning Bill exists, and you cannot create a manual '=' transaction
> without a Shop Order Number and you cannot create a Shop Order for
> Order type 3 or 4.   

Bob,

What about using INV500 to manually input one of the following:

Physical Inventory 
Cycle Count
Inventory Adjustment

Bill


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message: 4
date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 15:53:23 -0600
from: "Bailey, Dick" <Dick.Bailey@xxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: [BPCS-L] Kits into Stock

        Part of the problem is how do you de-post the components of the
kits you put into stock. For us that would be the larger problem.

        Have you tried creating a stock type CO (no invoice, no effect
on A/R)for a quantity of the kit.  Then ship the CO in order to de-post
the components, and then enter a B inventory transaction with a negative
quantity for the kit?  

        The B transaction will put the kit into inventory.  

        Dick Bailey
        MCFA, Inc.

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Subject: [BPCS-L] Kits into Stock

We have a client using BPCS v4.0 that just started using Kits for some
of their items.
What they are considering is putting some Kits into stock, but cannot
figure out how to get them there. BPCS will use any Kit inventory before
using components to make Kits at Ship Confirmation time but how do we
get Kits into stock besides a return?

It does not appear we can create a normal Bill of Material if a Planning
Bill exists, and you cannot create a manual '=' transaction without a
Shop Order Number and you cannot create a Shop Order for Order type 3 or
4.

Thanks for any help,
Bob Kohlndorfer

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message: 5
date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 14:30:49 -0800
from: Doug_McLauchlan@xxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Kits into Stock

We were setting up Kits to ship to a consigned warehouse last year using 
DRP in V6.1.01 and one of the scenarios caused the Kit parent to be the 
part that was stocked in the destination warehouse.

This wasn't what we wanted, so I don't have notes on how we did it, but 
you might want to look at the possibility of using DRP to "ship" the kits 
to another warehouse and then transfer them back to the desired warehouse.



Doug McLauchlan
BPCS Support
Planar Systems, Inc.






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We have a client using BPCS v4.0 that just started using Kits for some of 
their items.
What they are considering is putting some Kits into stock, but cannot 
figure out how to get them there. BPCS will use any Kit inventory before 
using components to make Kits at Ship Confirmation time but how do we get 
Kits into stock besides a return?

It does not appear we can create a normal Bill of Material if a Planning 
Bill exists, and you cannot create a manual '=' transaction without a Shop 
Order Number and you cannot create a Shop Order for Order type 3 or 4.

Thanks for any help,
Bob Kohlndorfer


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