I do not mean shop orders but repairs.

Isaac A. Antwi
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Sent: Monday, September 11, 2006 12:46
To: SSA's BPCS ERP System
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Work In Progress

When you say "Work in Progress" do you mean shop orders that have been 
released to the factory, but not yet completed?  Other meanings can
item #s between raw materials and completed customer parts, factory work

between discrete item#s, whether shop order exists or not, customer
not yet fulfilled.

INV300 F22 in 4.05 CD gets at a list of all orders on an item (customer,

purchase, factory, outside, inter-facility resupply etc. etc.), their 
work-in-process status, when next installment due.

File FSO has summary on each shop order
File FOD shows work in progress from perspective of labor reported
File FMA shows work in progress from perspective of materials consumed
SFC300 inquires into these files
I do not know if JIT was available at 4.1

File FLT has history of updates to FOD
File ITH has history of updates to FMA ... in our case transactions
CI consumes the material
PR receives completed parts
RJ records scrap

There is a report CST270 that we found to be so unreadable that we
to not show the additional description lines, and other alterations.


Could anyone explain to me how I could extract data on "Work in
Progress" in BPCS v4.1 service module.


Isaac A. Antwi

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