E1: 31: Work Order Status FAQ (P48013/R31410)
(Doc ID 1272863.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding work order statuses prior to the enhancement available in release 9.2 of EnterpriseOne.
In 9.2, users who install the ESU for Enhancement Bug 29500686 - 'ORDER ACTIVITY RULES FOR MFG WO - TABLES AND DD ITEMS' will see work order activity rules functionality for manufacturing similar to what’s provided for equipment maintenance and sales and purchase order processing, to establish the allowable steps that an order can take from beginning to end.
The enhanced functionality includes: • A Manufacturing Constants control to turn on Work Order Activity Rules for a specific branch. The constant allows customers to continue using the base software functionality or to activate the new functionality. The Manufacturing Constants control also provides a smooth transition as rules would not be turned on until the set up is complete.
• Set-up application for creating Order Type/Doc Type combination Work Order Activity Rules that defines Next Status and Other Allowed Statuses.
• Status Validation per Activity Rules. With the Activity Rules Flag in Manufacturing Constants set to ‘Y’:
Status changes are validated against activity rules, when an update status is specified that is not in the status flow, a hard error is generated
Beginning status is retrieved from activity rules if none is specified in a processing option
Status is updated according to activity rules if ‘*’ is specified in a processing option
For reports, when specified new status is not in the status flow, the record is printed on an exception report and not processed
Further details on Bug 29500686 - 'ORDER ACTIVITY RULES FOR MFG WO - TABLES AND DD ITEMS' can be found under solution E1: 31: 9.2 Work Order Activity Rules for Manufacturing (Doc ID 2566426.1).
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