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E1: 17: Equipment Master Update UBE (R17024) (Doc ID 1496925.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Service Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



You use equipment records to create and track the current and historical information for every product or piece of equipment that you sell. Using the manufacturing and distribution systems, you can track items from raw materials through the manufacturing and distribution cycle to finished goods, using key features such as lot processing, serial number tracking, parts list, and purchase orders and receipts.

With Service Management, you can continue to track those items after the item has been shipped to the customer and the sales order is complete. For example, if you use features such as lot processing and serial number tracking, you enter lot and serial number information -- such as the parts list, work orders, purchase order receipts and sales orders -- at various points of the manufacturing and distribution cycle. The system captures the information when you create an equipment record

When running the Equipment Master Update (R17024), the system can create multiple equipment records from sales orders for serialized items (basic and advanced) and non-serialized items or a single equipment master record after the line has been ship confirmed (P4205). The system retains sales, purchasing, and manufacturing information for each record. You can access that historical data to guarantee parts and maintenance service. This document provides an overview of the Equipment Master Update UBE (R17024).




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In this Document
 Service and Warranty Constants
 Item Branch (Basic Serial Number Processing example)
 EnterpriseOne Files Updated
 Sales Order Entry/Ship Confirm
 Equipment Master Update
 Serial Number
 Frequently Asked Questions

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