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Hi Hrishikesh,

If you use MAPICS Outside operations, as far as I know,  no purchase order
will be used,  the manufacturing order has to be used for the outside
operation.

Best,

Lucas


At 08:36 PM 25/02/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>Have you looked at Midrange Software's optimizer?
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From:   hrishikesh kotwal [SMTP:hdkotwal@hotmail.com]
>Sent:   Sunday, February 24, 2002 9:05 PM
>To:     MAPICS-L@midrange.com
>Subject:        Outside Party Processing
>
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>Hi All,
>
>
>
>I have been trying to set up a working procedure within Mapics to address the
>issue of outside party processing. I have IM, PDM, PUR & PCC installed and
>interfacing. But I have not been successful as yet with the procedure.
>
>Following is a scenario I am trying to test:
>
>Finished Component: OR6205
>
>Has a Routing as follows:
>
>0010   Turning   (Out side Party Operation)
>
>0020   Heat Treatment
>
>0030   Face & OD grinding
>
>0040   Groove Grinding
>
>0050   Honing
>
>0060  Assembly
>
>My company supplies the Raw Material to the Vendor for Turning operation & the
>Vendor supplies the turned rings.
>
>OR6205
>
>1      XTO6205  (Tube sent to Supplier)
>
>OR6205 has the following Item attributes:
>Item Type:   1
>
>LTCOD:   M
>
>XTO6205 has the following:
>Item Type:   4
>
>LTCOD:   P
>
>
>
>When I raise a Manufacturing Order for OR6205, I use B/M as REL (i.e. default)
>& RTG = 'Y'. Since in the routing I have defined the turning operation as an
>Outside operation with Time basis code = 'C' I expect Mapics to generate
>Purchase Order or atleast give a recommendation to raise a PO for the Outside
>party operation.
>
>I would appreciate all you suggestions/recommendations/explanations as to what
>should be done to achieve this.
>
>Thanks &  Regards,
>
>Hrishikesh Kotwal
>
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Best Regards,
                 Lucas

If you can't convince them, confuse them.(Confucius)

L. Geheniau                                     M.I.S Engineer/Logistic
Engineer
Tokheim Corp.
Industrieweg 5, 5531 AD Bladel                  The Netherlands
Fax: +31497381950
e-mail: geheniau@bladel.tokheim.com
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