E1: 31: R3190 Understanding Work Order Repost
(Doc ID 1248874.1)
Last updated on APRIL 30, 2019
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Service Management - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Engineer to Order - Version 8.9 and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capital Asset Management - Version 8.11 SP1 and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version 9.1 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
R3190 - Repost Open Work Orders, R31410 - Work Order Processing, P3111 - Work Order Parts List, P48013 - Manufacturing Work Order Entry, P3009 - Manufacturing Constants, P4101 - Item Master, P4021 - Supply and Demand Inquiry, P41001 - Branch/Plant Constants, P41202 - Item Availability, P31113 - Work Order Inventory Issues, P31114 - Work Order Completions, P43250 - Receipt Routing Movement and Disposition, R43990 - Repost Open Purchase Orders, R42995 - Repost Active Sales Orders
This document discusses the functionality of the Repost Open Work Orders (R3190). It includes screen prints of commitments and how they are updated using the Repost UBE. Also included is a set of frequently asked questions.
The Work Order Repost (R3190) program, based on data selection, recalculates and then 'reposts' the commitment quantities in the Item Location File (F41021) by performing calculations on the current data in Work Order Parts List file (F3111) and Work Order Header table (F4801), based on the work order status specified in the processing option. The purpose of the report is to get the quantities in various locations to be in sync with what is specified on the work order details. The open work order commitments can be incorrectly stated when a work order is closed or canceled with open quantities remaining. It is recommended to run the R3190 repost on a regular basis to clear out these remaining commitments.
Note: R3190 does not clear anything!
This is a common misconception of the repost process. Repost was designed to perform a net change on F41021 quantities instead of a traditional clear and repopulate. Consider reposting work orders to be a net change process. The repost program is not a commitment availability engine. If R3190 is leaving a residual value in FUN1 for a component item, it is because there are instances of that item on an active work order parts list soft committed to the primary location. FUN1 is the work order soft commit quantity, where as PCOM is the combined WO/SO soft commit quantity. The R3190 does a compare to update those fields in order to align them. If the two fields (FUN1 and PCOM) are mismatched, look for sales order soft commits in addition to the work order soft commit.
This document is helpful for users of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing suite of applications. Users should be well-versed in manufacturing processes, commitment setup and implementation, and good business practices.
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