E1: 31: P31123 Understanding and Set Up Required for Super Backflush
(Doc ID 626088.1)
Last updated on JUNE 08, 2021
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Engineer to Order - Version 8.9 and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Service Management - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document contains the setup of the Bill of Material, Routing and Processing Option required to perform Super Backflush (P31123) and further definitions and use of many fields.
The system automatically deducts materials from inventory during operations that are defined as pay points throughout the routing instructions. Super Backflush (SBF) enables you to simultaneously backflush materials and labor hours and to report items as complete. Use the Super Backflush program (P31123) to enter completed and scrapped quantities by operation and employee. The backflush procedure will perform these transactions by operation: issue parts to the process order, record hours and quantities against the process order and record inventory completions.
In the processing options, the Super Backflush process can be set up to be performed either automatically or interactively. When setting up the process to run interactively, the system displays these programs after the completion information has been entered on the Super Backflush form: Inventory Issues (P31113), Hours and Quantities (P311221) and Work Order Completions (P31114).
Super Backflush can be run in Blind Mode (Issues, Hrs & Qty's & WO Completions run behind the scenes) or interactively (Issues, Hrs & Qty's & WO Completion programs each are called). There is no batch application available.
Batch program R31123Z1I is used only for Super Backflush Inbound interoperability transactions, and these inbound transactions are used to update JD Edwards tables with Super Backflush information only when related data is received from outside of JD Edwards (from interfaces/other tools). Please refer to E1: 31: R31123Z1I Super Backflush Interoperability Document 660276.1.