Thanks for the Help. Do you know about the codes for the other shop
order types?

OORDT

MAORDT

Also can someone advise me of the possible codes and values for
ECL.CLBTYP {5,6,7,8 etc} and their meanings.

Thanks in advance, George

 

Ok, the first result is pretty worthless.
The second 'may' help.

KB 636911
Description:
What do the fields Job Code (SOJOBC) and Shop Order Type (SOORDT) in
the
Shop Order Header file mean
Resolution:
The Job Code is user-defined and used for sorting or grouping of shop
orders for order scheduling and bill explosion. In SFC530 you can link
the
shop orders by job code. You can also link orders by campaign ID, job
code
or both. This applies whether you forward or backward schedule your
multi-llevel shop orders. You can also explode bills by the campaign
code,
job code, or planner code from the end-item parent or parent shop
order to
the lowest level child shop order that is created. Shop Order Type is
used
internally by several products that include (API, INV, FAS, PUR, etc.

KB 623706
Description:
What are the valid values for the LTORDT (Shop Order Type) field of
the
FLT (Labor Ticket Transaction file)?
Resolution:
SFC600 - populates the LTORDT with a value of SO in both create and
post
mode. JIT600 populates the LTORDT with a value of WK in create mode, a
PO
in post mode, and a BF when a backflush of labor for a uncollectable
operation is performed. SFC650 populates the LTORDT with a value of WS
in
create mode, a SB in post mode, and a BS when a backflush of labor is
performed against a uncollectable operation.



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