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Clarification - DTW production order fields

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What is data to be filled in production order DTW template fields ProductionOrderOriginEntry,ProductionOrderOrigin,ProductionOrderStatus,

ProductionOrderType ?

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With regards,

A.Jeyakanthan

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 09:00 AM

    Hello,

    I will describe the answers as follows:

    1. ProductionOrderOriginEntry :

    Sets or returns the key number of sales order that is linked to the production order

    This field is emptied. Do not fill it.

    2. ProductionOrderOrigin

    Sets or returns the origin type of the production order (Manual, MRP, or Sales Order).

    You must fill :

    bopooManual if The production order is created manually by an authorized user.

    bopooMRP if The production order is created automatically based on an MRP report recommendation.

    bopooSalesOrder if The production order is based on a sales order.

    3. ProductionOrderStatus

    Sets or returns the status of the production order (Planned, Released, Closed, or Cancelled). (field name: Sets or returns the status of the production order (Planned, Released, Closed, or Cancelled).).

    You must fill :

    boposPlanned if the PO status is planned. it indicates the initial stage of the production.

    boposReleased if the PO status is released. it indicates the release state of the product. That is, the order to the production floor for work. This is the status at which receipts and issues are transacted.

    boposClosed if the PO status is Closed: you close the production order when all transactions have been completed.

    boposCancelled if the PO status is cancelled. Cancelled : the production order is removed from the list before the production process starts

    4. ProductionOrderType

    Set or returns the production order type (Standard, Special, or Disassembly).

    (field name: Type).

    You must fill:

    bopotStandard if the PO is a production order type for producing a regular production item (default), using a production bill of materials.

    bopotSpecial if the PO is a production order type for producing and repairing items that can be any inventory item.

    bopotDisassembly if the PO is a production order order type for dismantling a parent item to its components, using a production Bill of Materials.

    Check in this folder ;

    C:\Program Files\SAP\Data Transfer Workbench\Templates\Data preparation examples\10. Testcase1_Test Data for Import function\oProductionOrders

    Rgds,

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 09:24 AM

    hi michael,

    We have already created lot of production orders manually,

    last production order no is 1083,

    Can i fill with record key field as 1,absolute entry field as 1084 ?

    Thanks

    With regards,

    A.Jeyakanthan

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    • Yes you are correct. it is a running no. of AbsoluteEntry. where it is an identification key of the production order as assigned by SAP Business One when adding one. Therecord key is still 1, 2, 3 depends on PO line (the number of items)

      (field name: DocEntry).

      Rgds,

  • Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 09:25 AM

    Message posted was answered.

    Jeyakanthan

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 01:05 PM

    hi michael,

    Thank a lot.Now we can upload production order.

    A.Jeyakanthan

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