E1: 31: Lead Time Offset Days - Currently Not Reflected On Work Order Parts List
Last updated on JANUARY 11, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When entering a Positive Leadtime Offset (LOVD) in the Bill of Materials and then creating a Work Order and attaching the Parts List, the Requested Start
Date for the Component is NOT reflecting the Positive Leadtime Offset.
However, if using a Negative Leadtime Offset, they Parts List for that component is backed off correctly
Should Function as the Following
The number of days that a part is needed before or after the start date of a manufacturing work order. The system adds the Lead Time Offset Days for the
part to the start date of the work order to determine if the actual date that the part is required. To indicate that a part is needed prior to the work
order start date, enter the days as a negative number. To indicate how many days after the work order start date that the part is required,
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