WS: 31: Understanding Work Order Completions (P31114)
(Doc ID 634709.1)
Last updated on MARCH 16, 2021
JD Edwards World Shop Floor Management - Version A9.1 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
When an item has finished the production process on the shop floor, the next step is to record completions to inventory. The completion transactions created in the Shop Floor Management system update the item quantity records or Cardex (P4111) in the Inventory Management system. Shop Floor Management provides programs and processes that allow for the recording of completions for Discrete and Process work orders (P48013), as well as Rate Schedules (P3109).
The programs used to enter completions are:
Work Order Completions (P31114)
Super Backflush (P31123)
Completions Workbench program (P3119) to enter completions for Rate Schedules
Work Order Completions can be reached and processed via Menu G3114, options 14. Partial Completion or 15. Full Completion, and 16. Completion with Backflush. The other option is when P31114 is called from the Super Backflush Program (P31123) either interactively or in 'blind mode'. Read more on Super Backflush in WS: 31: Super Backflush Setup (P31123)Document 1142656.1.
If lot control is used, completions can be done for an item to a new or existing lot/location. The system can calculate different lot dates, such as expiration date and effectivity date, based on the lot date calculation information defined in the Item Master (P4101) or the Item Branch/Plant (P41026) program. For more information on Lot Effective Dates refer to Lot Effective Dates - Manufacturing and Purchasing DaysDocument 804166.1.
Tables Updated During Work Order Completions Process
Updates the Item Location Table (F41021)
Writes a record in the Item Ledger (Cardex) Table (F4111)
Updates the Production Cost Table (F3102)
Updates unaccounted units in the Work Order Master Table (F4801)
Writes a general ledger transaction in the Account Ledger Table (F0911)
The scope of the completions process is far reaching and broad in depth. These selected sections in this document are a portion of that process. They are intended to be some of the more popular topics of interest. This document is intended to be a 'living document' that will evolve over time.
Anyone responsible for work order processing will benefit from this document.
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