• Subject: items found in production that have already been RM-ed
  • From: "Shrader, Patrick" <pshrader@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2001 00:33:35 -0500

We are in the middle of a physical inventory, and have run across a
situation that unfortunately affects a lot of items on the floor. We have to
prevent this mistake in the future, but, unfortunately, I have to fix its
problems today.

Several MOs have production keyed (RMs) against them, and the MO has been
closed out, when in fact the production is not complete. For example, an MO
has been set up, PC/IP-ed, RM-ed, and closed. Now at inventory time we
discover that the production is not actually done for this item, but it was
keyed into the system as if it were. 

My suggestion is to open the MO again, and do a negative RM. However, the
concern is that this will cause bigger problems without the supporting PC/IP
transactions. Will this work, or is there a better way?

We update inventory in Batch mode, if that makes any difference (I can't use
the "R" completion code, for instance, that seems like it may work).

Patrick Shrader
White Knight


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