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Two extra field in Planned Orders

Dear Gurus,

The client for which I am working on discrete and now some of their products want to go for REM.

In discrete manufacturing, there is Production Order for the finished and assemblies made. Two extra fields were provided and recorded when Production order is made for eg entering a software version no, PO no in the order which is a reference.

Now having going for REM, how to capture these two fields in REM backflush scenario?

Can we have the two open fields in Planned Orders?

or while backflushing, finally we have to give this two extra fields? Is there any provision? But at end of every backflushing booking, it is difficult for the user to give the two extra values.

How to handle this scenario?

Please guide me.

Srini

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 03:29 PM

    In REM there is one user exit - XMRM0001, by which you can make the system to popup a screen during backflush and enter the required data in this screen and make the system to uodate required field in std table where the rem data is stored. We used it for entering the SILO number. May be it will be helpful to you.

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