E1: 34: Using Up Stock & Transitioning New Components (P3002/R3482/R3483)
(Doc ID 872423.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version XE and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
System Code: 30-Product Data Management, 31-Shop Floor Management and 34-Requirements Planning, P3002 - Bill of Material Revisions, R3482 - MRP/MPS Requirements Planning, R3483 - Master Planning Schedule - Multiple Plant
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This is an alternative option to using Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) and ECO effectivity dates, to drive MRP and inventory requirements for parts designated to be used up, or phased out. This method will allow you to drive MRP requirements on replacement, or new components, and use up the stock on the phased out component. This method is very helpful if you have demand that fluctuates often, and provides an alternative to manually changing the effectivity dates for components on parent BOM's to reflect the latest implementation dates.
This is only an interim step, and will still require updating the parent BOM with effectivity dates and quantities, but only when the phased out component is depleted of stock, and has no open orders. You may include the new part on the BOM, but with a quantity of zero (O). If you use a quantity, with effectivity dates, the system will use those effectivity dates, and not use up stock.
You can either scrap or obsolete the old part, or "use up" the inventory. If you want to "use up" the existing inventory, use the following instructions.
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