Today, we're not using System 21, but we sure need to.  We purchase raw
lumber, then put it through a half manual/half automated process to get
it into piles of like lengths.  These piles then go through two
additonal steps (drying) prior to being issued to WIP.  In today's world
the part number does not change, and manual entries are made into the
G/L to reflect the additional value.  I'm looking for a way to make it
appear as nothing more than a transfer for the mfg personnel.

>>> Jeff_Klipa/Harvard@harvardind.com 11/26/02 07:58AM >>>
I get the impression you're using Work Orders and not Schedules...
We're completely repetitive so all our stuff is done with Production
Schedules
so no Work Order Number is required to do the backflush...
We're at V3.5.1...








"Pete Sorensen" <psorensen@woodcraftind.com> on 11/26/2002 08:55:59 AM

Please respond to jbausers-l@midrange.com



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  Subject      [SYS21]   Backflushing
  :







Does anyone know if it is possible to process a single level backflush
without having a manufacturing order number?
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