Luigi,

Just a word of caution. Without a unique Item/BOM for each language you will not be able to tell what is in stock unless you do something grim like a warehouse for each language. And without a BOM you will be very restricted in your component planning. It could send you back to 1960 and some statistical forecasting to plan the printed material. I would assume there is little or no labor cost for matching the printed material with the product - so why a shop order at all? Perhaps consider combining the assembly and the printed material as late in the process as possible - ie at order entry by using either an Assortment or a Kit. Please note that the Kit is really a unique BOM and a more confusing picking process, so I suggest you look first at Assortments.

Best Regards,
Larry Costain






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Hi Yan
ya, that's what I'd try to put in place...thanks a lot
ciao
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uigi Sansottera
RP Senior Consultant
ssentia.Com SRL
el. +39 3355270633

crive Yan Shargorodsky <yshargorodsky@xxxxxxxxxx>:
Luigi,

FAS does not work without customer order. You may want to look at Material
Methods. Assuming you have a method setup for each language, you can setup
separate BOM for each method, your operator will select method that
corresponds to the language and correct bill will be selected automatically.
Just a suggestion, which needs further testing.

Regards,

Yan Shargorodsky
Y&Y Solutions,Inc.
Phone: (267)934-8327
E-mail: Yshargorodsky@xxxxxxxxxx

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Scrive Yan Shargorodsky <yshargorodsky@xxxxxxxxxx>:

Luigi,

The short answer is yes.

You will need to select components in Order Entry, use planning BOM
instead
of regular BOM, use FAS release and shop order print instead of regular
shop
order release and print. Your FAS order is linked to Customer Order and
Finished product received and shipped in Pick Confirmation. Also 6.02 used
to have a lot of issues with FAS processing, you will need to do some
heavy
testing before making your final decision.

Yan Shargorodsky
Y&Y Solutions,Inc.
Phone: (267)934-8327
E-mail: Yshargorodsky@xxxxxxxxxx

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Subject: [BPCS-L] BOM Features & Options

Hi to all

can anyone try to explain the BPCS BOM Feature & Options ??

I'm in BPCS 6.2 and we have a selling product that has a BOM done in this
way:

Parent: Product A
Childs A Basic code
Case for A
User Manual in Language 1
Labels in Language 1
User Manual in Language 2
Labels in Language 2
User Manual in Language 3
Labels in Language 3
: :
: :
User Manual in Language n
Labels in Language n

The operator when start Shop Orders and knows that it's porducing A with
User
Manual & Labels in English, uses SFC500 to keep ONLY the required items
and
deleting the not required.

Is it possible to use Feature & Options to keep only one parent code
(avoiding
to have parents-by-language) and allowing him to choose the required
language
from a window ??

Thanks a lot

Rgds
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ERP Senior Consultant
Essentia.Com SRL
Tel. +39 3355270633




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Hi Yan

Thanks for your answer....but the fact is that we do not produce for
Customers
Orders but for Stock, so really I do not have any C.O. to use...

Is there any workaround to avoid a C.O. and use a normal Shop Order ??

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