E1: 31: R31410 Understanding Manufacturing Work Order Processing
(Doc ID 645353.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Engineer to Order - Version 8.9 and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
R31410 - Order Processing, R3482 - MRP/MPS Requirements Planning, P3002 - Bill of Material Revisions, P3003 - Work With Routing Master, P3112 - Work Order Routing, P3009 - Manufacturing Constants
Work order processing is an integral part of the manufacturing process. Processing a work order in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne involves attaching a parts list and routing to a work order header. The parts list typically derives from an existing bill of material, and the routing originates from an existing routing. Both the parts list and the routing can be entered manually and can be created at the time of attachment (configured components are not supported as parts to a discrete work order). Parts lists and routing can be attached to a work order in two ways, interactively and by running a batch program.
In Work With Manufacturing Work Orders (P48013), a form exit to Copy BOM (P3111) allows a Bill of Material to be copied to the work order as a parts list. The Copy By Item button in P48013 attaches a routing (P3112) to the work order.
Order Processing (R31410) is a UBE that runs in batch mode to attach parts lists and routings to manufacturing work orders. The benefits of using Order Processing include the ability to process a group or range of work orders at once, the ability to create different version of the UBE to provide specific results, and the ease of status updates for a number of work orders. The diversity of processing options allows various results to be achieved.
This document provides an overview on processing work orders using R31410. Examples of current functionality in order processing are described. References to helpful documents describing various procedures and practices that are relevant to order processing are included. This document is a supplement to existing documentation.
Please see the Shop Floor Management Features section, Work Order and Rate Schedule Creation, and Chapter 5, Working With Work Orders and Rate Schedules section, in the JD Edwards Shop Floor Implementation Guide link via Document 1109556.1
Shop Floor Control users will benefit from the information in this document.
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