Hi

We created such an option based on an upload from a spreadsheet. This worked very well and saved a lot of time.

Regards

Simon Sherwood
----- Original Message ----- From: "Gary Brown" <gary.brown@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 24, 2008 5:23 AM
Subject: [SYSTEM21] Works Order booking.



Hi All,

we are on 3.5.2sp4

We back flush all our raw materials

We normally use Operator Booking to receipt works orders.

We are in the fortunate situation where >90% of the time we raise a works
order, there are no changes to the inputs used or the outputs generated.

So the question from my user is 'why does receiving the works order have
to be so hard, why cant we just type in the work order number and update'
(just like doing a fast batch confirmation of despatch in order entry)

Has anyone 'invented' such an option??

Thanks,
Gary Brown
IT Manager
Applied Australia Pty Ltd
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