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WS: 13: Plant and Equipment Maintenance FAQ (Doc ID 627292.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Plant & Equipment Maintenance
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Plant and Equipment Maintenance FAQs for JD Edwards World

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1: Can the Schedule Date be used in conjunction with a Service Interval on the PM Schedule?
 Question 2: If a combination of Hours (Units) and Days are used as the Service Interval, which will the system use to schedule the PM?
 Question 3: When using a PM Loop, what Equipment Item should have the PM setup?
 Question 4: When entering meter readings, should the new reading be entered in the "Current" or "Net Increase" fields?
 Question 5: Can a Completed Date be automatically assigned to a Work Order?
 Question 6: How are inventory commitments handled for parts on a work order parts list?
 Question 7: How are the soft or hard commitments determined?
 Question 8: Can the Work Order Entry program be setup to automatically pull in the Charge to BU from the Equipment Master Responsible BU field?
 Question 9: Can a Unit or Serial Number be changed on the Equipment Master?
 Question 10: How should the Work Order Activity Rules be setup for Preventive Maintenance Work Orders?
 Question 11: Is there a program to advance the status of the Work Order through Activity Rules?
 Question 12: What controls making the actual hours field (LABA) in P1312 input inhibited? 
 Question 13: How can one view Work Order Cost Summary Estimated Amounts?
 Question 14: Why is the status field (SRST) changed from blank to the WO Status from the WO Activity Rules when updating the description in a model work order?
 Question 15: How is a parts list added to a PM Schedule?

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