Anyone dealt with this issue:

The system generates a shop order for a Manufactured (welded) assembly. At the same time, it also generates say 15 other shop orders for the fabrication of the manufactured components which GO INTO the this upper level (welded) assembly.

Now, for whatever reason - say a shortage of a purchased component, the scheduler wants to "back-off" the scheduled due date of the (welded) assembly.

If this is done via the system, then MAYBE it reschedules all of the Shop Orders for all of the manufactured components as well??

But, let's say the scheduler just wants to immediately pull that (welded) Assembly out of the actual production pipeline, along with all of the shop orders for all of the manufactured parts as well.

Is there anyone who has a developed a query or some other method of LINKING all of the 15 manufactured parts shop orders to the (welded) assembly shop order?

Seems like it would not be that difficult?

Don C.

Don F. Cavaiani
IT Manager
Amerequip Corp.

"It's amazing what you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit." Harry S. Truman

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