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comletion & confirmation

hi guys,

Could anybody really tell me in te repair process scenario what does confirmation and what does completion?

It confirmation for the worked hours or for the material used?

Thanks

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 11:35 AM

    Dear Yves Fabrice Ngassom ,

    Confirmation: Its material, time both. At the same time you can do various activities eg. Enter measurement readings, good movement. simply we say CNF status

    Completion: Stands for comletion of order means from PM point of view job is over. simply we say TECO status

    Regards,

    Kaushal Rai

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 11:31 AM

    Hi

    in your repair process scenario , when your work is completed in 5hours

    this 5 hours has to confirm,(activity confirmation).

    for ex:operation repair -planned is 10 hours but completed in 9 hers, so thsi 9 hrs is be confirmed in IW41 against the order.

    and completion is closing the order(Teco; technically completion )

    component consumption is not confirmation.

    -ashok

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