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Setting Up the Oracle Process Manufacturing
Define OPM organization Name & location of the organization is provided and inventory organization is defined in the organization classification.
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION & INVENTORY INFORMATION is provided in Additional organization information.
Above window describes the ACCOUNTING INFORMATION
In the Above window inventory parameters are defined. For Process Manufacturing process manufacturing check box is very important, this check box should be checked only in this way a process manufacturing enabled Inventory organization is defined. All Other information will be the same as of other discrete organization. All other relevant information is captured as shown in the below Screen shots
OPM Costing Information
OPM Inter-Org Information .
OPM Other Accounts Information After Defining all the parameters of Process Manufacturing Organization we will be able to work in any form in Process Manufacturing Modules just by assigning this org to a specific Application. OPM Financials .
Enter the Cost Type to represent code that identifies the costing method to be used in cost calculations. For example. Required 4. Required 3. Enter a brief Description of the cost type. For example.OPM OPM financial >setup > cost types Defining Cost Types The subsequent paragraphs describe setting up cost types. 2. Navigate to the Cost Types window. Indicate the Cost Method you are defining: • Standard Cost • Actual Cost • Lot Cost If Lot Cost is selected then the Raw Material Calculation type and Product Calculation types are not applicable and they are disabled. To enter a cost type: 1. enter STND for standard costing. Establishing Lot Costing . enter Standard Costing for the standard cost type.
• You can track the cost of a lot from its creation through all consumptions. Required Cost Type Indicate the cost method type you are defining: . For example. enter STND for standard costing. The lot costs are computed on a perpetual basis.OPM Lot costing. Cost Types Cost Method It represents a code that identifies this costing method. • Lot costing lets you store unique costs for each lot. lets you calculate and Store costs at the lot level. each lot has a unique cost associated with it and it retains this cost until the entire lot is consumed. That is. also known as Specific Identification Type costing.
Both Standard and Actual cost methods are allowed but not Lot Actual Cost methods. Alternate Cost Method If the cost method is an Actual Cost method. If you are using the actual cost type. then you can specify September 1st. the lab recipes are used over the production or costing recipes. . then the Raw Material Calculation Type and Product Calculation Type are disabled and the Start Date and Alternate Cost Method fields are enabled. then specify appropriate value. If this field is left blank.OPM • • Standard Cost Actual Cost Lot Actual Cost Click the Lot Actual Cost to indicate that the lot actual cost method is used for lot cost calculation purposes. Lot Actual Cost Type Start Date This is only available for Lot Cost Methods. the cost rollup considers only the production and costing recipes. The start date is used to collect all transactions that happened after the specified date for lot cost calculation purposes. Enter a start date. then this field is disabled. For example. to ensure all transactions from the prior three inventory periods are considered. If you set the usage to lab use. The usage field is valid only for the standard cost type. if the current period is January 2004. Usage It indicates if the cost method is for general or Lab use. It could be a few inventory periods from the current period. If the lot cost checkbox is enabled. The process then selects a large number of transactions and could result in performance problem as large number of records are being inserted into the lot cost tables. then the check box is enabled. 2003. If some of the lot costed items have lots dating further back. It is recommended that you set this field depending on how long lots are typically held for consumption in inventory. If Lot Actual Cost is selected then the Raw Material Calculation type and Product Calculation type fields are not applicable and they are disabled. then the Lot Actual Cost process uses all transactions in the system for the OPM Company for which the Lot Actual Cost process is run. The general usage method is set by default. If you set the stage to general use.
OPM Establishing Standard Costing When you select the standard cost calculation. formula ingredients. and resources used during the production process. OPM Costing calculates the standard costs of items using the Standard Cost Rollup. formulas. based on recipes. The cost information remains static during each defined time period. and routings • Resource costs • Overheads . and routings defined in the OPM Product Development application Standard cost lets you define the costs for items. recipes. recipes. you define the cost of ingredients in each inventory organization during a specific period of time. routings. and recipes • Run the Cost Rollup process The cost of a product is based on: • Formulas. For standard costs: • Establish the formulas. formulas.
The following are the business transactions that are used to calculate the actual costs: • Purchasing receipts including Freight and Special Charges estimated on the PO.OPM Establishing Actual Costing This is a more dynamic method of calculating Item costs based on actual inventory and resource transaction data. returns. and corrections of receipts • Paid Invoices • Batch ingredient consumption and resource usage • Opening inventory balances • Cost overheads • Cost adjustments • General Ledger Expense allocations for indirect overheads .
For Actual Cost Methods. you can establish a variety of actual cost calculations based on the raw material calculation type you associate with the cost method and the production calculation type. Indicate the type of raw material cost calculations that will occur for this actual costing method. . If you want OPM to derive actual costs for product components. The balances in the expense accounts are distributed to item(s) based on either fixed percentages or dynamically derived using other General Ledger account balances. Required. The valid options are listed. statistical balances that track the item quantities or resource usages. With the lot cost support an Actual Cost method can be defined as a Lot Cost method. The valid options are listed as follows: • • • • • Period moving average cost (PMAC) Period weighted average cost (PWAC) Perpetual weighted average (PPAC) Last transaction (LSTT) Last invoice (LSTI) The type descriptions (shown in parentheses) are abbreviations for these calculation types.OPM • All material transactions including internal order receipts OPM also captures freight and special charges on a purchase order. Allocating General Ledger expense is a method by which you can distribute the indirect expenses of manufacturing (such as administrative and general expenses) to item costs. The description for the cost type you specified displays automatically. for example. indicate the type of calculations it should perform. There are 15 different possible combinations in OPM (note the discussion for the Raw Material Calculation Type field). The lookup displays both the calculation type and the abbreviation. Raw Material Calculation Type You can only access this field if you are defining the Actual Costing method in the Cost Type field. Product Calculation Type You can only access this field if you are defining the Actual Costing method in the Cost Type field. Updates to the general ledger are made using the cost method defined on the Fiscal Policy window regardless of the cost type.
the period was never opened. A cost calendar can be shared across multiple cost types and legal entities.OPM • • • Period moving average cost (PMAC) Period weighted average cost (PWAC) Perpetual weighted average (PPAC) The type descriptions (shown in parentheses) are industry standard abbreviations for these calculation types. A cost calendar can span multiple years. Defining Cost Calendars You maintain costs by defining the costing calendars. you can define an unlimited number of costing periods. OPM financial >setup > cost calendar For each costing calendar. the lookup displays both the calculation type and the abbreviation. • Never Opened . . you cannot establish costs or run any cost processes in a never opened period. Each period is assigned a period status to indicate costing activity that is permitted.
If you are using the Period Moving Average Cost. Q06 . . new item costs can be entered or calculated and their costs updated). • Closed . if you define a cost calendar called FY06 monthly calendar for the year 2006 and assign to a Legal Entity and cost type. When you call this window.OPM • Open . you cannot assign another cost calendar. the Globe icon is enabled. You cannot assign two calendars to the same legal entity and cost type combination for the same time period. The costing calendar is completely separate from the fiscal calendar and the periods therein.all activity is allowed. For example. • Frozen . If you have multiple languages installed. then use the same start and end dates for the period as the fiscal financial calendar defined for your Legal Entity's Primary Ledger in GL.no updates can be made for existing items (however. Periods cannot be reopened for costing activity once they are closed. to the same Legal Entity and cost type combination. Cost Calendars support multiple legal entities and cost type. then use the option to add the calendar description in any of the installed languages.no activity is performed in a closed period. The Cost Calendars window supports multiple languages (MLS enabled).quarterly calendar for year 2006.
enter DRYMAT for raw materials. Costs from several ingredients. Resource. Required . Cost Component Classes are used to identify the individual buckets or component costs that make up the total cost. and allocations can be summarized into one or more component classes. for detailed tracking and analysis purposes. Navigate to the Cost Component Classes window. routings.OPM Defining Cost Component Classes The unit cost of an item is usually broken down into several buckets that can be attributed to the various sources that form the basis of the cost. direct material costs. For example. for example. Expense Allocation and Standard Cost Adjustment types. OPM financial >setup > cost component class 1. Overhead. Enter the code to identify the Component Class. labor costs. 2. or SOLMAT for solutions. freight costs. Any number of cost component classes can be defined and used to break down the item costs. overheads. The cost component classes are classified into 5 different elements or usages: Material. production or conversion costs and so on.
overhead. Material b. 7. Product Cost Calculation indicator lets you flag those component costs to be excluded from the Cost Rollup process. Select one of the following values (Required): a. and so on. it cannot be changed after costs have been defined using this component class. enter Raw Materials or Solutions. Exclude From Product Cost Calculation 8. The default is the class code you specified in the Component Class. This flag is not applicable for Lot Cost. 5. Overhead d. A zero (0) lets the application to determine the sort order. The Primary Component Class indicates the primary cost component class with which the component class you are defining now is associated. the usage cannot be changed. Enter a Description for the component class. 4. resource. 1 is the first or top line and 2 indicate the second line. Enter the Sort Sequence for the component class. Usage indicates if this cost component classification is being entered for use as a material.OPM 3. applies if the component class must be included. Required. Std Cost Adjustment Once you set the usage indicator for a component class. The default. The valid values are: a. For example. Select Exclude From Product Cost Calculation if this is a non-product cost component class. . or expense detail from routings. transfer costs) are for specific ingredient items. Expense Allocations e. Component Group is an optional entry that lets you further group the component classes for analysis and reporting purposes. Once costs have been created or calculated using a component class. Include in Product Cost Calculation. and are not required to be rolled up into the products. You can change the entry. Resource c. 6. Required You have the option of building component class association hierarchies for reference and reporting purposes. It indicates the order in which component classes displays on forms and reports. Certain identifiable costs (for example. Include in Product Cost Calculation b.
if the cost for this component class is used in calculating the inventory valuation for purchase price variance (PPV). The valid values for Purchase Price Variance are: a. if the component class must not be used in PPV calculations. Valuation Option indicator lets you identify whether the component class must be used for valuing inventory or not. Exclude from Purchase Price Variance Calculation Select the Include in Purchase Price Variance Calculation option (default). Will be used for inventory valuation b. Select the Exclude from Purchase Price Variance Calculation option. The valid values are: a. To process indirect component for standard costing: Overheads Resources . Include in Purchase Price Variance Calculation b. Will not be used for inventory valuation 10.OPM 9.
it is recommended that you perform a cost rollup and cost update to calculate the revised unit cost and process the GL financial cost. When you add a new cost. open the Item Costs window by selecting Item Costs from the Inquiries menu. 3. and reconcile "batch close" variance at the close of a production batch. Indirect Component Processing for Standard Costing 5. Enter the unit cost reflecting the revision or adjustment indicated on the Cost Component Classes window. When standard costs are used. See: Cost Rollup and Cost Update . update non-direct materials and resources within production batches. Choose Standard Cost Adjustment for Usage. . See: Item Costs. You can identify the standard indirect cost component. Complete the Item Costs window. 4. After completing the Cost Component Classes window. Navigate to the Component Classes window. respectively.OPM 1. 2. you can update adjustments or indirect components of standard product costs separately without defining formula routings and/or overhead details.
OPM Defining Cost Analysis Codes An individual component cost identified by a particular cost component class can be further broken down using cost analysis codes for more granular tracking of costs. The cost analysis codes are used to group component costs from multiple cost component class types to provide an alternate view of the total cost. For example. you can define direct or indirect analysis codes for each cost component OPM financial >setup > analysis codes .
Enter the Code to identify the cost analysis type. For example. DIR for Direct Costs. . or IND for Indirect Costs. Defining Fiscal Policies The Fiscal Policy options define the Legal Entity-wide parameters that determine the cost type that will be used for inventory valuation. For example.OPM 1. 2. Navigate to the Cost Analysis Code window. enter Value Added or Non-value Added. additional cost types used for costing simulations Following are the procedures to establish fiscal policy options. The "Event Fiscal Policies" and "Assign Additional Ledger Valuation Methods" topics provide more details on setting up additional details for a Legal Entity. the default material and overhead cost components and analysis codes for actual cost processing. Required Enter a Description for the analysis code. Required 3.
5. Enter the Legal Entity name for which you are defining fiscal policy options. Enter the code that identifies the cost Analysis Code to be applied to the fiscal . Indicate if the fiscal policy is based on costs from the previous cost period or the current period in Cost Basis. Enter the cost type to use for inventory valuation in Valuation Method. 4. 2. Require 3.OPM OPM financial >setup> lot cost >Fiscal policy 1. Enter the name of the default Ledger for this fiscal policy company. Navigate to the Fiscal Policies window. Required policy 8. Default Material Component 7. Displays the Base Currency code for this company. 6. Enter the default material component that identifies the cost component to be applied to the fiscal policy in Component Class.
. Enter the default overhead component that identifies the cost component to be applied to the fiscal policy in Component Class. routings and recipes. Now we shall proceed to product development Where we will be able to incorporate formulas. Required be applied to the fiscal policy 2.OPM Default Overhead Component: 1. Enter the default overhead Analysis Code that identifies the cost analysis code to NOTE: Till up to now we have made OPM org and defined the related and necessary setup in OPM Financials.
For example. Plant for a manufacturing facility. if version control for formulas is enabled for organization PR1. These parameters control various functions in the Product Development application. Product development security manger > Organization parameter 1. or query and modify parameters for existing organizations. Navigate to the Product Development Parameters window. . Organization Type is: a.OPM Setting up Parameters Set up Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM) Product Development parameters in the Product Development Security Manager responsibility. then at the point of saving a formula. Enter Organization as the context inventory organization. 2. 3. You can set up parameters for new organizations. Organization PR2 can have a different setting for formula version control. the application checks the formula organization to determine whether or not to apply version control rules. Parameter values can vary by organization.
then you can proceed. If you accept the warning. As shown in the below screen shots Formula 1.OPM b. c. Enter Allow Zero Ingredient Quantity as: a. 2. Default. Enter Default Consumption/Yield Type as: . Yes to specify you can access the By-Products window. NOTE: First of all these parameters are set for all the organizations then these are defined for individual OPM orgs. No to specify you cannot enter ingredients with zero quantity. No to specify you cannot access the By-Products window 3. Enter Byproduct Active as: a. An error displays when a zero ingredient quantity is entered. b. Laboratory for a research or lab facility. Default b. Allow with warning to specify entry of a zero ingredient quantity with a warning message displayed. Yes to specify possible entry of a zero ingredient quantity.
d. Default. Changes made to a formula require a new version.OPM a. c. Approved for General Use for use in production batches. b. Default b. Optional to specify version control is discretionary for formulas. 4. b. d. No to specify version control is not active for formulas. Incremental when ingredient quantities are backflushed by incremental backflushing. This excludes changes to formula status. theoretical yield. Enter Formula Security for Lot Genealogy as: a. Default b. Enter a. c. . On Hold to specify the object cannot be used until the status is changed. Manual when ingredient quantities are consumed manually. New to make changes at any time. Yes to specify formula security rules are enforced in lot genealogy. Approved for Laboratory Use for use in laboratory batches and cost rollups for the laboratory. 7. b. Frozen to prevent any further changes to the object and any dependent data. Changes can be made to an existing formula without the need to change its version. and total output quantity. e. Material Release Type as: Automatic when ingredients quantities are consumed automatically. c. Enter Mass UOM as: a. 8. c. Obsolete/Archived to specify the object can no longer be used unless the status is changed. Yes to specify full version control is active for formulas. Enter Default Formula Status as: a. f. Enter Version Control as: a. Automatic by Step when ingredient quantities are consumed automatically as the step is released. Manual for ingredients to default to manual consumption and inserted products and byproducts to default to manual yield. 6. assuming you have security access. Automatic By Step for automatic consumption of ingredients and automatic yield of products and byproducts as each step is completed. No to specify formula security rules are not enforced in lot genealogy. Default. Incremental for inserted items to default to incremental consumption or incremental yield. and the Undelete functionality. You can create a new version when you update an existing version. MASS to specify use of the mass unit of measure type when item quantities are converted to a common unit of measure for scaling. Default b. 5. mark for purge. Set up this unit of measure type. Another valid unit of measure type for conversion purposes.
theoretical yield. MASS to specify use of the mass unit of measure type when item quantities are converted to a common unit of measure for scaling. Another valid unit of measure type for conversion purposes. 12. Operation . b. VOL to specify use of the volume unit of measure type when item quantities are converted to a common unit of measure for scaling. Set up this unit of measure type. Enter Yield UOM as: a. Another valid unit of measure type for conversion purposes. Default b. however here the check boxes of plant and Laboratory should be checked 10. c. and total output quantity.OPM 9. Set up this unit of measure type. Enter Volume UOM as: a. VOL to specify use of the volume unit of measure type when item quantities are converted to a common unit of measure for scaling. NOTE: Same will be incorporated for OPM orgs separately as shown in the following Screen Shot. and total output quantity. theoretical yield. and total output quantity. 13. theoretical yield.
e. Approved for General Use for use in production batches. On Hold to specify the object cannot be used until the status is changed. c. d. 2. Obsolete/Archived to specify the object can no longer be used unless the status is changed. Changes can be made to an existing operation without the need to change its version. Yes to specify full version control is active for operations. b. This excludes changes to operation status. f. c. New to make changes at any time. 15. Frozen to prevent any further changes to the object and any dependent data. Changes made to an operation require a new version. . Enter Default Operation Status as: a. mark for purge. You can create a new version when you update an existing version.OPM 1. No to specify version control is not active for operations. assuming you have security access. Enter Version Control as: a. Optional to specify version control is discretionary for operations. Default. Approved for Laboratory Use for use in laboratory batches and cost rollups for the laboratory. and the Undelete functionality. Default b.
Enter Default Routing Status as: .OPM NOTE: Same will be Defined for Separate OPM orgs as shown below Routing 1.
assuming you have security access. Yes to specify full version control is active for routings. f. Enter Step Release Type as: a. e. b. No to specify version control is not active for routings. On Hold to specify the object cannot be used until the status is changed. Changes can be made to an existing routing without the need to change its version. c. Manual to indicate that the step is released manually. Enter Version Control as: a.OPM a. c. Changes made to the routing header or organization specific details require a new version. Approved for Laboratory Use for use in laboratory batches and cost rollups for the laboratory. Enter Enforce Step Dependency as: a. Default. b. You can create a new version when you update an existing version. 2. Default b. Default. Frozen to prevent any further changes to the object and any dependent data. No to specify step dependency is not enforced. 4. New to make changes at any time. Automatic to indicate that the step is automatically released or completed when subsequent steps are released or completed. d. Yes to specify step dependency is enforced. 3. Optional to specify version control is discretionary for routings. b. Approved for General Use for use in production batches. Obsolete/Archived to specify the object can no longer be used unless the status is changed. NOTE: Same will be applied for other OPM Orgs separately as shown below .
b. assuming you have security access. Approved for Laboratory Use for use in laboratory batches and cost rollups for the laboratory. .OPM Recipe 1. Enter Default Recipe Status and Default Validity Rule Status as follows: a. New to make changes at any time. Default.
d. Optional to specify version control is discretionary for recipes. recipe status. It may also be modified to take into account local material availability. b. 2. the material and process dependencies required to make a product. Process instructions entered in the Recipe Designer are stored against this paragraph code. Enter Recipe Type as: a. On Hold to specify the object cannot be used until the status is changed. Master to indicate that the default recipe type is process cell specific. f. 4. step material association. b. Enter Version Control as: a. The general recipe is usually created during or after the pilot plant scale up of a research and development recipe. e. There is one site recipe for each site that makes the product.OPM c. Site to indicate that the default recipe type is at the site level. in equipment independent manner. General to indicate that the default recipe type is one general recipe for each specific product variation made by a company. Yes to specify full version control is active for recipes. 3. Enter Process Instruction Paragraph as: a. and the Undelete functionality. but may be modified for the local language and unit of measure. customers. Approved for General Use for use in production batches. Changes can be made to an existing recipe without the need to change its version. or it may only define a part of the general recipe that is actually performed on the site. mark for purge. It defines. c. c. recipe step quantities. Default. Changes made to the recipe header or organization specific details require a new version. Obsolete/Archived to specify the object can no longer be used unless the status is changed. No to specify version control is not active for recipes. NULL if the process instruction paragraph is not used. or some portion of the product. NOTE: Same will be defined for other OPM orgs as Shown below . You can create a new version when you update an existing version. Master recipes define exactly how a product is made in a specific process manufacturing cell. Frozen to prevent any further changes to the object and any dependent data. A site recipe has the same structure as a general recipe. This excludes changes to alidity rules. Default b. A user-defined paragraph code to define process instruction entry using the standard Text Editor functionality.
OPM Substitution .
Approved for General Use for use in production batches. d. e. and the Undelete functionality. You can create a new version when you update an existing version. No to specify version control is not active for recipes. b. On Hold to specify the object cannot be used until the status is changed. Frozen to prevent any further changes to the object and any dependent data. Optional to specify version control is discretionary for substitution lists. Default b. Changes made to the item substitution list or organization specific details require a new version. Obsolete/Archived to specify the object can no longer be used unless the status is changed. Enter Default Substitution Status as: a. c. Approved for Laboratory Use for use in laboratory batches and cost rollups for the laboratory. c. New to make changes at any time.OPM 1. assuming you has security access. f. Default. Yes to specify full version control is active for substitution lists. . This excludes changes to status. 2. mark for purge. Changes can be made to an existing substitution list without the need to change its version. Enter Version Control as: a.
. All process-enabled inventory organizations are available. Formula data is visible only in TOAD when this box is check.OPM Laboratory Enter Costing Source Organization as the default organization for least-cost formulation. Above check will protect the data table visibility at back end.
use a formula class to classify all formulas for ACRYLIC paints.PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT ATTENTION: After Deploying all above necessary setup we will be able to incorporate the Formula. Routing and Recipe. For example. However these are fully explained in the Product development User guides Formulator > Setup > Formula Class Formula Classes group formulas with similar characteristics and requirements for reporting purposes. . Operations. You specify the formula class on the Formula Details window. or to classify all formulas for ORGANIC paints.OPM OPM. Food seasoning formulas could be grouped under a SEASONINGS class. Screen shots of the user related application is as follows. These are self explanatory so there is no need to explain all these.
or recipe. The number you enter is sorted into ascending order with the other status codes when you save and reopen the Status Codes window. For example. formula. The Enable Version check box determines whether the status code entered is set up for version control. If you enter a code number 699. if you enter the code 110. Clear the check box if you want the status code to bypass version control when a modification is made to an operation. Any modification made to an operation. such as 101 to 199. it becomes part of the workflow associated to Code 600. routing. Predefined status codes are shown in a table at the end of this task. or recipe while it is set to the status entered in the Meaning field initiates or bypasses activation of a new version depending on the selection you make here. formula. The appropriate version control profile option must be set to Yes or Optional. formula. and the value entered for the appropriate version control profile option. or recipe. or 201 to 299 are included in the workflow associated with the predefined status code with the same first digit. it becomes part of the workflow associated to Code 100. Codes entered between any two predefined codes.OPM Formulator > Setup > Status Codes Enter a new Status Code number. o . routing. routing. o Select the check box if you want the status code to enable version control when a modification is made to an operation.
2. Optionally. enter a Pending Status for the new Status Code. enter a Rework Status for the new Status Code. Required. To enter status details: 1. pending status. They must be entered on separate lines. and assign a workflow indicator. You can optionally enter rework status. The Pending Status code defines a destination of the listed Status Code when it enters the approval workflow and is pending approval. 4. 3. Enter a Target Status for the new Status Code.OPM Status Details The Status Details window enables you to enter a target status for a new status code. Select one of the following as Workflow Indicator: . Optionally. This is the code that appears as the destination status on the Change Status window. The Rework Status code defines the destination for the listed Status Code when it is not accepted and must be reworked. You have the ability to enter several Target Status destinations for each Status Code.
OPM o o o Enable or Disable Workflow to indicate that the fields listed in the row enable or disable the workflow. No Workflow Approval to indicate that the fields listed in the row do not require workflow approval. Workflow Approval to indicate that the fields listed in the row require workflow approval. Formulator > Setup > Recipe Generation .
OPM Formula Details Formula Details: Products .
OPM Ingredients Ingredients: .
rather than defining the activity and . middle. Activity factor is taken into consideration for planning and resource calculation purposes.OPM Operation Details Operations are a combination of one or more activities performed in a production batch and the resources used to perform those activities. Enter the Activity Factor to specify the number of times the activity is performed in this Operation. Go to the Operation Activity Line Edit window to edit individual activity lines. Enter an Activity required for this Operation. Use the Activity Factor and activityresource association to enter an activity several times within an operation. The Operation Details Activities window links operations to activities. Understanding Sequence Dependent Operations Sequence dependency indicates that there is an additional setup time required when products are processed through each operation in a specific sequence. if a quality test must be performed at the beginning. and end of a mixing time period. A Description of this activity displays. Activity Factor simplifies data entry of the same activity several times by defining the specific number of times that an activity is performed during an operation. For example. Display the Operation Activity window to link one or more resources to a single activity.
Sequence Dependency is selected when the activity has a sequence dependent setup. Enter the Offset Interval as the time delay from the start of the activity to the point where the resource is actually required.OPM associated resources three times. use the Activity Factor or multiplier to indicate the number of iterations for the same activity. . It is cleared when there is no sequence dependency.
if a resource can mix 200 gallons per hour. and the unit of measure for hours. You can override these values using this window. Charge calculates resource usage by capturing the number of passes required to process a step.OPM Activity-Resource Details The Operation Activity window assigns resources to each activity. Throughput Process units of measure and usage units of measure are derived from the plant resource if one is defined. Process Quantity This value combined with the Usage quantity defines the usage rate. This is based on the maximum capacity of the step as derived from specific resources used. For example. You access this window when you click Resources on the Operation Details Activities window. enter 200 as the Process Quantity. A process quantity is converted to an operation process quantity unit of measure if needed. . 1 as the Usage. and lets you edit a resource line once activities are associated with an operation.
This resource performs the same task as the primary resource.OPM Scheduling Information o Select Auxiliary for resources that work as companions with the primary resources to perform an activity in the Operation. The Advanced Planning and Scheduling application does not schedule the secondary resource. Select Secondary to indicate the resource that would replace the primary resource when it is not available. These resources do not affect the rate of the Operation. o o Enter the Count as the number of resources needed for the activity entered. Select Primary to indicate that this is the rate determining resource. and it has usage. . the mixer rate remains at a constant 100 gallons per hour. For example. An auxiliary resource is the worker who operates the mixer. enter a 2 in the count. For example. Enter the Offset Interval as the time delay from the start of the activity to the point where the resource is actually required. It is unconstrained. No matter how fast or slow the worker is. It is also referred to as the bottleneck or critical resource. it two blenders are used for mixing. a primary resource in a mixing activity is a mixer with a throughput rate of 100 gallons per hour. It limits or determines throughput. There can only be one Primary per resource.
comparison values. regardless of the quantity of material being processed. . They can be generic or specific. Select Fixed if the resources do not change. Each industry and company uses different machines and instruments. or in conditional logic. They are usually machines or instruments and are the standard for executing a task. o o Operation Resource Process Parameters Process parameters are a component of the process instructions necessary to run resources during the batch process. and there are different requirements for recording process parameters. or time that is pertinent to the product. pressure. but does not fall into the classification of input or output. You can use process parameters as set points. A process parameter details information such as temperature. Select Fixed By Charge if the resources change as a result of the number of charges specified.OPM Scale Type o Select Proportional Scaling if the resources change in a ratio that is proportional to the quantity of material being processed.
Maximum is the highest acceptable value for a numeric range type of process parameter. o To reset values based on the hierarchy: You can override certain process parameters at the operation and recipe levels. The hierarchy is: • Recipe . For example. Units is the unit of measure for the process parameter . Bath Temperature. Parameter is the process parameter name.OPM Parameter Values The following fields default from the process parameter set up in the planning application: o o o o Seq is the sequence of the resource process parameter. The following illustrates how the process parameter is reset. Click Reset Values to remove overrides set up for a process parameter. Minimum is the lowest acceptable value for a numeric range type of process parameter.
Operation Default value from the planning application
For example, if the default for a process parameter from the planning application is set to 10, you can override it at the operation level and at the recipe level. The following values are used for illustration:
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Recipe = 20 Operation = 15 Default value from the planning application = 10
If you click Reset Values for the process parameter on the:
Recipe Details window, then the process parameter value changes from 20 to 15, the next step down in the hierarchy. Operation Activity Details window, then the process parameter value changes from 15 to 10.
If no override exists at the operation level, and you click Reset Values at the recipe level, then the process parameter value changes to 10, which is the original default value from the planning application. Routing Details
The Routing Details window enables you to enter the details for a specific routing. Understanding the Enforce Step Dependency Indicator When Enforce Step Dependency is selected, several business rules are applied:
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The Release Type field is set to Manual to indicate that the step must be released and completed manually. You cannot change the step dependency and step release type at the step level. All steps must be completed before you can complete a batch using this routing. All steps must be closed before you can close a batch using this routing. Business rules validate step start and completion dates and times for appropriate batch step rescheduling.
OPM 1. Navigate to the Routing Details window. 2. Enter the code for the Routing. Required. 3. Enter a Routing Version of the Routing. Required. 4. After entering all relevant information and saving the Routing with the default Status of New, return to this window if you need to change Routing Status by selecting Change Status from the Actions menu. Depending on whether Workflow is enabled, a different set of statuses is available. Select a Status for the Routing you are entering from one of the following:
Approved for Laboratory Use to indicate that the Routing is approved for laboratory use. Approved for General Use to indicate that the Routing is approved for use in production. Obsolete/Archived to indicate that the Routing is no longer approved for use and is obsolete, archived, or both.
If Workflow is enabled, when you select:
Approved for Laboratory Use, Status changes to Request Approval for Laboratory Use until all approvers have accepted the Routing, at which time its Status changes to Approved for Laboratory Use. Approval for General Use, Status changes to Request Approval for General Use until all approvers have accepted the Routing, at which time its Status changes to Approved for General Use.
Refer to the Understanding the "Status Approval Workflow" topic for additional information. 5. Enter a Routing Description that briefly describes the Routing. Required. 6. Enter a Class for the Routing to identify how it is categorized. The Class Description assigned to the Class displays. 7. Enter the Valid From date for this Routing. The default date is the current system date. Required. 8. Enter a To date for the expiration of this Routing. If there is no expiration date for this Routing, leave the field blank.
Enter the Operation Step Quantity as the quantity of material associated with this Step. Required. This is the total quantity of material for the Routing. 11.Enter the code for the Operation performed in this Routing. 15. and is used to scale individual step requirements.Enter a Version number for the Routing. Cleared when the routing does not enforce step dependency. 19. Enter the process Quantity for this Routing. 21. 10. This value is expressed as a percent. For example. This reduces bottlenecks by letting processes transfer an interim . The process Quantity UOM must interconvert with the UOM defined for Theoretical Process Loss based on the primary product UOM conversion in the Routing. It is recommended that the first number in this sequence be 10. Required.Enter the process Quantity UOM associated with this Routing. a loss of 1. Required. and so forth. The UOM for the Step Quantity displays. Min Transfer Qty is for future use by the Oracle Advanced Planning and Scheduling application. Required. 12.Enter the Step number to associate with an Operation in this Routing. 18. Required.304% would be entered as 1. the second 20.Enter the Owner Organization to indicate the plant. This value is entered on the Theoretical Process Loss window.The Theoretical Process Loss for this Routing displays. and is based on the value assigned to the Class associated with this Routing. Routing Steps 16. Enforce Step Dependency is: o o Selected when the routing enforces step dependency. 13.Enter the Owner to indicate the individual who is responsible for initiating this Routing. 17.OPM 9. Required.304. This enables you to add intermediate steps between 10 and 20 at a later time. or other facility that is responsible for initiating this Routing.Enter the Planned Loss for this Routing. Required. laboratory. It is intended to reduce overall lead times by defining the minimum amount of material that must be produced in a step at a specific production operation and resource before the next operation can begin. 14.The Description of the Operation entered displays. 20.
To display the Samples window: . click Edit Operation to display the Operation Details Activities window. 22. All steps are completed if the batch is completed.OPM quantity of completed material to the next step without the requirement to complete the entire step. Choose Edit Text from the Actions menu. The record is marked for deletion. 3. 26.Optionally. 23.Select the Release Type to indicate how the step is released as: o o Automatic if the step is automatically released or completed when subsequent steps are released or completed.Save the window. Evaluate specifications. Close the window. To display the Specifications window: 1. Save the window. 2. 2. 24. click Step Dependencies to display the Routing Step Dependencies window. regardless of the step release type. 25. 3. Choose Mark for Purge from the Actions menu.Optionally. Save the window. 3. Manual if the step must be released and completed manually. Make the appropriate edits to routing text. click Edit Step Line to display Routing Step Line window. 2. To edit the routing text: 1. Choose Specifications from the Actions menu. To mark the routing for deletion: 1.Optionally. The Specifications window displays.
Choose New from the File menu. 2. Select the dependent Step. To change the routing status: 1. Click OK. 5. 3. To generate step dependencies: 1. The Routing Details window displays the revised Status for the routing. . Choose Generate Step Dependencies from the Actions menu. Choose Samples from the Actions menu. Click OK. 4. Close the window. 2. Enter a new Routing name and Version number. Change the Current Status displayed by selecting a different Status from the Change Status To list. 4. 3. Save the window.OPM 1. 3. Choose Change Status from the Actions menu. Enter data as described in the "Entering Routing Step Dependencies" topic. The Samples window displays. Evaluate the samples. Query the Routing Details record you want to duplicate. The Routing Step Dependencies window displays. Click Routing Step Dependencies. 2. 5. Position the cursor in the routing header. 2. A message displays to indicate that the dependencies have been generated. Choose Duplicate Record Above from the Edit menu. 3. 4. To duplicate a record: 1.
For example. if step 10 is BAKING and step 20 is the COOLING step. Step dependencies are those relationships between routing steps that establish whether a specific step can or cannot start until another step is completed. Avoid defining circular references. and it must not be the same as the current step. for example Step 10 is less than Step 20 is less than Step 10.OPM Routing Step Dependencies The Routing Step Dependencies window enables you to create and modify the interrelationships between routing steps. Routing Step Dependencies reduce the routing development time by establishing a default sequence for operation steps during a production run. they can be overwritten. Step dependencies are used to calculate planned start times however. . By this definition. You are able to define new dependencies or delete the ones you do not want. then step 10 must be completed before step 20 can begin. step 20 is dependent on the completion of step 10. Any previous step must be validated against any routing currently being edited. Step dependencies are implemented at the routing maintenance level to enable automatic step quantity calculation in recipes.
but by specifying that the dependency is start-to-start. Finish-to-start with negative offset. to indicate that a process step begins at the same time as the step it depends on. to indicate that a process step begins immediately after the completion of its preceding step. For example. Start-to-start with no offset.OPM Understanding Routing Step Dependency Selections Step Dependencies are definable as: • Finish-to-start with no offset. For example. For example. to indicate that a process step begins a specified period of time before the completion of its preceding step. This is similar to finish-to-start with negative offset. a consecutive addition of ingredients is required without interruption. • • • • . For example. to indicate that a process step begins a specified period of time after the completion of its preceding step. you can ensure the positive offset is maintained if the previous dependent step finishes early. time is required to rest material before the addition of another ingredient. Start-to-start with positive offset. a production device needs to be activated before the addition of the next ingredient. Finish-to-start with positive offset. to indicate that a process step begins a specified time after the beginning of its preceding step. there is a need for simultaneous addition of ingredients without interruption.
Understanding Step Quantity Calculations . enter and save routings. Enter and save formulas. Set up the default Organization.OPM The offset is defined in the Standard Delay field as a positive or negative number. Recipe Details The Recipe Details window enables you to enter the details for a specific recipe. enter and save operations. The application uses step dependencies when individual steps are rescheduled. A Plant or a Laboratory can be associated with all the materials and resources required to make a product at the recipe level. Set up the GMA: Default Organization profile option. Prerequisites • • • • • Optionally. Optionally. One or more customers can be associated to the recipe for informational purposes.
OPM When you select the calculate Step Qty indicator on the Recipe Details window. Output is represented typically by co-products or byproducts. When you use the Automatic Step Quantity Calculation. Enter a Description for the Recipe. the application checks to determine if there are proper step quantity material associations. 4. then you receive an error message. . After entering all relevant information and saving the Recipe with the default Status of New. To enter recipe details: 1. The quantity of material for a particular step is dependent on the quantity of material that passes into or out of it. You must use a routing. it checks quantities in each step to verify that material is available to pass into and out of each step. a different set of statuses is available. 5. Enter a Version of the Recipe. or it can be the output of preceding steps. If any of these associations are defective. Navigate to the Recipe Details window. return to this window if you need to change Recipe Status by selecting Change Status from the Actions menu. The input material can be either the ingredient that is injected directly into the step. 2. Depending on whether Workflow is enabled. Step and material associations must be made. Enter the code for the Recipe to be entered. 3.
The Output Quantity displays the sum of all materials. or Frozen. then its Status changes to Approved for General Use. this field cannot be edited. o Recipe status cannot be changed to an approved status if the formula and routing are not yet approved. the formula and routing must be approved for General Use before the recipe status can be changed to Approved for General Use. Obsolete/Archived to indicate that the Recipe is no longer approved for use and is obsolete. Approved for General Use to indicate that the Recipe is approved for use in production. validity rules associated to that recipe change to that status. Approval for General Use. 9.OPM Select a Status for the Recipe you are entering from one of the following: o Approved for Laboratory Use to indicate that the Recipe is approved for laboratory use. archived. . Required. You can change the status of recipes or validity rules to On-hold or Obsolete even if they are used in batches as long all these batches are closed or cancelled. Required. enter the Formula to fill this field automatically. then its Status changes to Approved for Laboratory Use. when you select: o Approved for Laboratory Use. o o If Workflow is enabled. then Status changes to Request Approval for Laboratory Use until all approvers have accepted the Recipe. On-hold. If you enter a new Recipe. 6. For example. 7. then Status changes to Request Approval for General Use until all approvers have accepted the Recipe. Enter the main Product for the Formula associated with this Recipe. Enter the Formula number for the Recipe. or both. Required.Enter a Routing number for the Recipe. The formula Version displays. This field is not updateable for an existing Recipe. The Version for the Routing entered displays. A routing can be added to an existing Recipe. Once a recipe is saved. 8. If you change the status of a recipe to Obsolete. You cannot use an inactive Formula in a recipe. Creation Organization displays the organization code for the initial Owner. 10. Archived. UOM indicates the unit of measure for the Formula associated with this Recipe.
Enter the Owner Organization. Theoretical Process Loss displays the hypothetical loss of process material associated to a routing as a percentage. In order for you to enter or edit information for the Recipe. The Owner name must be a valid User name. You can change this value on a New or existing recipe. This is a Folder field. 15. Required.OPM 11. o Select the Calculate Step Qty check box to enable the application to calculate step quantities automatically. 16. Clear the Calculate Step Qty indicator to enter step quantities manually. total output quantity of formula. and no Process Loss is defined for that routing. Type indicates whether this is a plant or a laboratory.Enter the Planned Process Loss as the loss of process material observed during production of a batch using the recipe. you must have an association with this organization and permission to access and change this field. Step quantities are calculated using routing step quantity. Required.The Calculate Step Qty check box indicates whether you want to enter step quantities manually or have the application calculate them for you. 13. or if no routing class is associated to a given routing.Enter the Laboratory that has current ownership of the recipe. Quantities are based on the amount of materials that go into and out of each supported step.The following fields are display only: o o o Organization displays the Organization code that the Process Loss is being defined for. You must associate all items marked as contributing to step quantity to specific Steps on the Recipe Step/Material Association window. . This field is the default organization for the Owner of the Recipe. Organization Name displays a description of the plant or laboratory. This must be a plant or a laboratory. If no value is entered in this field. 12.Enter the Owner of the Recipe. Note: You must enter all information on this window before you select the Calculate Step Qty check box. and routing header quantity. If no routing is associated to a recipe. Required. Total Output Qty displays with its UOM. this field is blank. o Plant/Laboratory 18. This field defaults to the current User. it defaults to the Theoretical Process Loss. 17. Step Quantity fields cannot be entered after you select the check box. 14.
23. 24. you must choose Delete from the Edit menu to delete the orphaned Step. click Validity Rules to display the Recipe Validity Rules window. This field is blank if you did not enter a Routing. Step Quantity If a routing has not been entered. Required. Required. if a step is deleted in the base routing used for this Recipe. Charges displays the total calculated charges for the step.Optionally. click Step/Material Association to display the Recipe Step/Material Association window. If Automatic Step Quantity Calculation is used. and the Step field is overwritten. The UOM for the Step Quantity displays. Operation displays the operation associated with the Step. Charges are calculated for each Step displayed. For example. and you are not using Automatic Step Quantity Calculation. 26. 21. You can associate text with each Step. You can enter a new value in the Step Quantity field if you do not use the Automatic Step Quantity Calculation. Required if the Step is associated to material. This field allows you to override the default Process Loss. Step Quantity indicates the default quantity of material associated with the Step. The operation Version and Description are displayed. the Step Material Associations need to be entered. Charges are the number of times the Operation must be performed to complete the Step for the specified Step Quantity.Optionally. Steps cannot be added or deleted here. However.Optionally.Enter the Customer number. 22. 27. . 25. Step indicates the step number associated with the listed Operation in the displayed Routing. Name indicates the name of the Customer associated with the Customer number entered. If you calculate step quantities in the Automatic Step Quantity Calculation. click Organization Details to display the Recipe Organization Details window. Customer 19. this field is not enterable. a mixer that holds 50 kg would require two charges to process 100 kg of material.OPM o Process Loss displays the material that is lost through the process. this region is not available. Charges are calculated from the smallest minimum capacity for all resources in the Step. 20.
then the application checks the routing end date against the validity rule end date. Select the Recipe to copy. Recipes that have been marked for deletion cannot be copied. Choose Copy from the Edit menu.OPM 28. . 2. Copying a recipe creates a new recipe. Duplicating a Recipe You can duplicate a recipe. and validity rules from an existing record. Query the Recipe Details record to duplicate.Save the window. You must change the recipe number or recipe version in the copied recipe before saving it. Duplicate recipe names are not allowed. The record is marked for deletion. or blank. To mark a recipe for deletion: 1. routing. 2. Choose Duplicate Record Above from the Edit menu. Enter a new Recipe name and Version number. 2. Enter appropriate text. then the application assigns the value of the routing end date to the validity rule end date. If the validity rule end date is greater than the routing end date. Choose Edit Text from the Actions menu. The current Owner and Organization are assigned to the new recipe. 2. Click OK. Save the window. Save the window. 4. 3. To copy a recipe: 1. Choose New from the File menu. 3. All header fields in the the new recipe are editable. 3. 3. To edit text: 1. Choose Mark for Purge from the Actions menu. To duplicate a recipe: 1. If you change the routing end date prior to saving the record.
OPM 5. Choose Specifications from the Actions menu. Close the window. 2. Save the window. . To display the Formula Details window: 1. To display the Specifications window: 1. Evaluate specifications. The E-Record Generic Query displays if this option is implemented in your application. Close the window. Choose Samples from the Actions menu. Choose E-Record Details from the Actions menu. Close the window. The Routing Details window displays. Evaluate the samples. Close the window. 2. 3. 3. The Samples window displays. The Formula Details window displays. 2. To display the Samples window: 1. 2. Refer to "Appendix D Oracle E-Records Events in Product Development" for information on e-records. Choose Formula from the Actions menu. 3. To display the E-Record Details window: 1. 2. Close the window. The Specifications window displays. To display the Routing Details window: 1. Choose Routing from the Actions menu.
Minimum Transfer Quantity (MTQ) has a restriction on the gap between the time that the MTQ is yielded for the item.OPM Recipe Step/Material Association The Recipe Step/Material Association window displays all items from the recipe formula and lets you associate these items with specific routing steps. and the start of the next routing that .
Blank value for MTQ implies the full quantity must be yielded before the next routing can start. • Minimum delay and maximum delay represent this gap. the end of the gap is infinite. The following fields are display only: o Formula displays the formula used in a recipe with the Version and Formula Description. The entry of an MTQ for any of the products is not required. and the maximum value limits the duration of the gap between the routing and the MTQ yield point. The gap is defined with a minimum and maximum value based in the TIME unit of measure for hour. the minimum value creates the gap. When calculating the gap. then the gap is fixed and requires the next routing to start in the defined period after the MTQ time point.OPM involves that item. If you enter both minimum and maximum values. Prerequisites • • Enter and save recipes. Minimum and maximum values are optional. Navigate to the Recipe Step/Material Association window. 2. . However. and blank values represent an infinite gap between the manufacturing processes: • If you enter the minimum value only. and have a conversion specified between the standard mass unit of measure and standard volume unit of measure. To display recipe step/material associations: 1. • All operations must use a mass or volume unit of measure. then a specific gap must exist between the MTQ time point and the next routing for the item. If the Automatic Step Quantity Calculation is used: A routing must be associated with the recipe. and the minimum must always be less than or equal to the maximum value. This MTQ calculation can be added for all products of a recipe. The values for these can never be negative. Each item marked as contributing to step quantity must be associated with a step.
byproduct. byproduct. then the material must be used before this delay. or ingredient yielded by the listed Formula. Item Qty displays the Quantity of product. For future use by APS. The operation Version displays. Editing the association of materials and steps: . Line UOM displays the unit of measure for the Item Quantity. or ingredient listed. Item displays the code associated with each product. Item Description displays the descriptions each product. or ingredient listed. or ingredient listed. Associations o Step displays the step number associated with the listed Operation in the displayed Routing. Line displays the line number for each product. byproduct. or ingredient. Required. or ingredient listed. byproduct. For future use by the Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning application. Minimum Transfer Quantity displays the minimum quantity of product needed to yield a partial quantity before the next routing can start. o o o o o o o o o o o o 3. This must be less than or equal to the Maximum Delay. Type displays the type of Line associated in the Step as a product. Minimum Delay displays the Minimum Delay offset in hours. This is a restriction on the gap between the point in time that the minimum transfer quantity is yielded for the item and the start of the next routing involving the item.OPM o Routing displays the routing used in a recipe with the Version and Routing Description. Maximum Delay displays the delay offset in hours. Close the window. Required. You cannot add a Step to a routing on this window. If the maximum delay is set. Step Qty displays the default quantity of material associated with the Step. You must do this on the Routing Details window. byproduct. Line Unit of Measure displays the unit of measure for each product. For future use by APS. byproduct. The UOM for the Step Quantity displays. Operation displays the operation associated with the Step.
byproduct. Step Qty displays the default quantity of material associated with the Step. Line UOM displays the unit of measure for the Item Quantity. or ingredient yielded by the listed Formula. Required. The following fields are display only: o o Operation displays the operation associated with the Step. 5. Use this window to apply global or specific organization rules to batches. byproduct. Item Qty displays the Quantity of product. or marked for deletion. Required. Enter the Step from the LOV. updated. or ingredient listed. cost management. or ingredient. or technical data when producing the same product. Save the window Recipe Validity Rules The Recipe Validity Rules window lets you edit validity rules for a specific recipe. The operation Version is displayed. planning. Type displays the type of Line associated in the Step as a product. Validity Rules can be added. 2. 3. The UOM for the Step Quantity displays. The following fields are display only: o o o o Item displays the code associated with each product. 4. . byproduct. Enter the Line from the LOV.OPM 1.
then the step quantities displayed initially are based on the routing. • .OPM Overriding Process Loss Entered at the Routing Level Process loss is based on the standard quantity entered at the validity rule level. Planned Process Loss. then its value overrides process loss defined at any other level in the routing or the recipe. Following are the modifications for the Automatic Step Quantity Calculation. then the Step Quantities displayed are based on the formula scaled to the Validity Rule Standard Quantity. Process loss that is entered at that level overrides the process loss entered at the routing level. The Theoretical Process Loss for the batch quantity is multiplied by this factor to compute the actual Process Loss for the batch. Planned Process Loss is compared to the Theoretical Process Loss for the Standard Quantity field on a validity rule. and Charges fields display at the validity rule level. then the recipe step quantities are scaled to the Validity Rule Standard Quantity. Theoretical Process Loss. If a batch is created for a different quantity. Theoretical Process Loss calculations are also based on the Validity Rule Standard Quantity. Step Quantity. as scaled to the Validity Rule Standard Quantity. then the same rule is applied to calculate the actual Process Loss. If ASQC is used. If Planned Process Loss is entered on a validity rule. If step quantities are overridden at the recipe level. This loss is taken from the Process Loss field for the routing class in order to compute a factor. or ASQC: • If ASQC is not used.
Organization displays the organization that owns this Validity Rule. Costing for use in establishing costs. third. The product Description field displays. and the Organization Description. 5.OPM Charges displayed at the validity rule level are based on the step quantities indicated there. For example. Validity Rule 4. Enter the Preference number for the Validity Rule. Required. The following fields are display only: o o o Formula displays the formula used in the recipe with its Version and Description. Cost Management. Select Recipe Use as: o o o o Production for use in production of products. Planning for use in planning material consumption. To edit recipe validity rules: 1. You can enter and save a new Organization. a Validity Rule cannot be Approved for General Use until the recipe associated to it is Approved for General Use. the Preference field is used to show the Validity Rule that must be used first. Required. You can change the status of recipes or validity rules to On-hold or Obsolete even if they are used in batches as long all these batches are closed or cancelled. Enter a Product in the Formula for the Validity Rule. Preference defaults to 1. and so forth. This field cannot be higher than its associated recipe. 6. Financials. 2. second. Status displays the Status of the Validity Rule. Routing displays the routing used in the recipe with the routing Version and Description. When more than one formula can be used to produce the same product. This must be your Plant or Laboratory. Process Execution. and Planning applications use process loss overrides at the validity rule level. . Required. Technical for use in establishing technical classes and subclasses. 3. Navigate to the Recipe Validity Rules window.
7. 10. Required. Enter the Standard Quantity of product made with this Formula.OPM For example. The operation Version displays. Step Quantity and its UOM indicates the quantity processed by the routing step and the unit of measure of the step quantity. Since either formula can be used to produce 100 to 150 gallons of material. This is an optional field and must be left blank if no expiration date is defined for the Validity Rule. 14. This quantity is only used for product costing . This overrides planned process loss entered at the routing level. Another formula can be used to produce between 100 and 1000 gallons of the same product .Enter To date as the date to stop using the Validity Rule. Theoretical displays the theoretical process loss based on the Validity Rule Standard Quantity. It does not restrict quantities that can be produced with the Formula. 12. Required. 11. Minimum defaults to 1.Enter the Planned process loss. 8. Required. the Preference field shows the suggested order of use. 13.Enter the Maximum quantity of product that can be made using the Formula. Required. Standard defaults to the quantity provided in the Formula displayed. Description indicates a description of the operation. Step Quantity 15. The number 1 indicates the highest Preference. Operation indicates the operation associated to the step. UOM is the unit of measure for the standard quantity. one formula can be used to produce between 10 and 150 gallons of a product. Required. You can enter and save a different unit of measure.The following fields are display only: o o o o Step displays the step number associated with the operation displayed. Lower numbers indicate a higher Preference . Enter the Minimum quantity of product that can be made using the Formula. The date must be within the effective date for any routing associated to the recipe. 9.Enter the From date as the date the Validity Rule becomes effective. .
. 16.OPM o Charges indicates the total calculated charges for the step.Save the window.
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