Labor posting in BPCS relies heavily on the quantity being posted
finished. If your users are posting labor but not reporting a quantity
the shop order will still show a quantity remaining. Marking the shop
order complete flag should also mark the remaining quantity as 0, howeve I
believe the quantity finished would reflect the quantity posted. I would
start there.

Bryce Martin
Programmer/Analyst I

Larenzo Alexander <larenzo_alexander@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent by:
08/09/2010 08:29 AM
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BPCS Forum Post <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

[BPCS-L] Unprocessed Labor Tickets

I have a situation with Labor Tickets in BPCS that aren't getting
processed and
I was wondering if any of you can point me into the right direction of
what to
check. And if I understand correctly if the labor tickets dont get fully
then that means some of the mateiral dont get backflush correct? I
created a
report that runs at the end of the day that list all the labor tickets
with a
status code of '1S'. I believe that code represents Locked and waiting to
processed? The finished material has beed issued so those records should
have a
P=Posted on them. And when I check the Shop Order on some of them the
remainging is zero but some of the Labor tickets dont have a P=Posted
beside the

Any idea what could be causing those Labor Tickets not to get posted and
assuming I would have to go manually posted those tickets to flush the
out the system but I would like to determine the cause of the problem.

Thanks in advance,

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