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We have one peculiar scenario i need to map it into PS module. We have one department called Design Checking Department where they check the design of tools where a few designers will be working. Once a sales order is created for a tool, the picture of the tool will be forwarded to designer for checking. We need to book the cost of designers like how much time he has taken for working on individual sales orders. In this process for designing we will be not using any materials. Please guide me how it can be done in PS.

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2012 at 09:52 AM

    Hi,

    Won't be able to explain it in detail due to time constraint. Basic steps listed below (some prerequisites need to be fulfilled for the process to work),

    1) Create a work center for the said department (Design Checking in your case)

    2) Create an activity in PS e.g. Design Checking

    3) Assign the resource who will be checking the designs to this activity.

    4) Book timesheet to capture the hours spent on the job.

    This is the most basic way of capturing the hours spent on the job. However, in your case, since there ia possibility of a resource working on more than one sales order i can suggest a work around. Create seperate activities based on the number of Sales Orders (Assuming sales order count is not huge). As and when a resource works on a particular sales order that many hours can be confirmed for the said activity. There is a great possibility of errors in this work around. The 1st case would be best suited as it would give more control on this process.

    Regards,

    Gokul

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      Hi,

      Please go through the basics of PS and understand what it is and how it is being used.

      As Gokul suggested, go through forum and PS Wiki pages so that you will get the enough information regarding PS. Once you are through then come out with a new questions.

      Regards,

      Sudhakar

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