We had a whole system designed to maintain the chemical composition of
  components (by Vendor). We had to develop BoM explosion programs that look
  at the chemical compositions and determine the RoHS status of the Finished
  Product. Also, this has now been very useful to determine the "e" status
  as required by JEDEC specifications.

  Customers require detail information such as weight and PPM for each of
  the chemical constituents therefore, maintaining it in User Fields of
  VENITF does not seem a feasible option for us.

Hrishikesh Kotwal
  Senior Systems Analyst
  >From: Ron <Ron_H@xxxxxxxxxx>
  >Reply-To: MAPICS ERP System Discussion <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  >To: mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  >Subject: Re: MAPICS Support for RoHS + WEEE
  >Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2005 14:16:10 -0500
  >Peter wrote:
  > >Is anyone doing anything with MAPICS/XA to support European Union
  >Directives to track hazardous substances >manufacturing process?
  >I can't say I know our complete ROHS process but part of it involved
  >creating a program to write the complete bill of material for an item to
  >an Excel spreadsheet.
  >The ROHS specific information for each component is stored in the user
  >fields in the MAPICS VENITF file.
  >For each component in the bill of material the ROHS specific information
  >Compliance Date
  >File Number
  >We added a card to the VENITF maintenance in Browser that let's the users
  >maintain these user fields.
  >Ron Hankey - CPIM
  >Senior Applications Programmer
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