I would ask you why not use the SFC650 (or JIT600) to back flush the material, and report the proper production. This would enable you to over/under ?produce and consume the appropriate amount of materials. Also, check your system parameters for limitations.


Ric Weide
BPCS/ERPLX Consultant
Email: MisterBPCS@xxxxxxx





Today's Topics:

1. BPCS 405CD "M" Trans (Roger.Henady@xxxxxxxxxx)


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message: 1
date: Thu, 3 Jul 2008 15:56:49 -0500
from: Roger.Henady@xxxxxxxxxx
subject: [BPCS-L] BPCS 405CD "M" Trans

When using "M"- Transactions to post and back flush how do you handle
overproduced shop orders?
The "M" transaction works great if everything has been allocated. But if
you overproduce a shop order the extra requirements is not allocated and
is not back flushed properly.

If we are always overproducing, should we do two transactions an R - shop
order receipt then an I - issue material?
Trying to simplify the process to allow the machine operators to do the
transactions, instead of some inventory and allocation expert.

Today, the Inventory person has to allocate and deal with all the
exceptions or maintains the shop order increasing the quantity, then
allocate the new requirements before doing the "M" Trans.

Thanks for your ideals

Roger Henady




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