In various versions of BPCS, from 6.1 to 8.3 we have set these up as outside processing. Part B is manufactured, with a BOM that includes part A, and a routing that has an operation coded as an outside processing step. Then we issue a shop order for B and a Purchase order for A, coded as an outside process. When the part is received, we receive the PO and complete the shop order.

It's cumbersome, but it works. I can give you somewhat more detail if that's possible in 4.05 and you need it.

Dick

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We have a situation where we want to ship product A to a vendor for them
to provide a service and ship back to us as a finished product B. .
Looking for suggestions on how I might could handle this in 4.05cd..

Thanks,
Glen Langston

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