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Difference between a reservations on a Work Order

When I am looking at an order in the "Components" tab, i can see components that I have reserved. Sometimes the numbering is skipped due to me adding a component previously, then deleting it because I didn't need it or added it in error. However, when I go to the RESB table, the deleted component still shows up there.

As you know, all reservations are flagged as deleted after the order is Technically Completed.

My question is, how can i tell the difference between a component that was deleted from the components tab and all the others that were deleted due to the order being TECO'd?

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 12:16 AM

    Chad Bogan


    1. In the context of RESB table, I do not see any difference between

    • the component line item for which you did not do Goods movement and TECOed and
    • the component line item in Order which you deleted.

    2. You can find the items for which goods movement done (and showing deleted after TECO in RESB table), from AUFM table by inputting the AUFNR, RSNUM values from RESB table.

    Example

    • Suppose you have 5 component line items while Order was created. And then you have Deleted one item.
    • At this point, Order is showing 4 line items, but RESB table is showing 5 line items one (deleted) with XLOEK field with value 'X'.
    • At this stage AUFM table is not showing anything.
    • Now you did goods movement for 2 items and then TECOed the Order.
    • At this stage RESB table will be showing 5 lines all with XLOEK field value 'X' .
    • But the AUFM table will give you those two lines for which Goods movement done.
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