Difference between revisions of "Module Options:Manufacture Order"

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* '''Distribute Finished Good costs'''
 
* '''Distribute Finished Good costs'''
:When a work order has multiple finished goods, the cost of the raw goods must be distributed between the finished goods. There are two options for the ''default'' distribution; however with either option, the distribution can be ''manually'' adjusted when finishing the work order.
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:When a Work Order has multiple finished goods, the cost of the raw goods must be distributed between the finished goods. There are two options for the ''default'' distribution; however with either option, the distribution can be ''manually'' adjusted when finishing the Work Order.
 
:* '''Evenly''' - The costs will be distributed evenly between each finished good based on the quantity of the finished good.
 
:* '''Evenly''' - The costs will be distributed evenly between each finished good based on the quantity of the finished good.
 
:* '''Weighted''' - The cost distribution will be weighted according to the current cost of the finished goods in inventory.
 
:* '''Weighted''' - The cost distribution will be weighted according to the current cost of the finished goods in inventory.
:Example: A work order produces 3 WidgetA and 1 WidgetB. The cost of the raw goods is $100. If the costs are distributed '''evenly''' between the four finished goods, each one will receive a cost of $25 for a total of $100. For '''weighted''' cost distribution, the current cost of the finished goods in inventory is used to adjust the costs proportionally. If WidgetA currently costs three times as much as WidgetB, then the costs on the work order will be adjusted accordingly. WidgetB will receive a cost of $10 and each WidgetA will receive a cost of $30 for a total of $100.
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:Example: A Work Order produces 3 WidgetA and 1 WidgetB. The cost of the raw goods is $100. If the costs are distributed '''evenly''' between the four finished goods, each one will receive a cost of $25 for a total of $100. For '''weighted''' cost distribution, the current cost of the finished goods in inventory is used to adjust the costs proportionally. If WidgetA currently costs three times as much as WidgetB, then the costs on the Work Order will be adjusted accordingly. WidgetB will receive a cost of $10 and each WidgetA will receive a cost of $30 for a total of $100.
  
 
* '''Issue the Manufacture Order when Sales Order is issued'''
 
* '''Issue the Manufacture Order when Sales Order is issued'''
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* '''Start the pick when starting a Work Order'''
 
* '''Start the pick when starting a Work Order'''
:If this option is on, flagging a work order as started will also flag the pick as started.
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:If this option is on, flagging a Work Order as started will also flag the pick as started.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:32, 18 May 2012

MODULE OPTIONS

Some aspects of the Small.Manufacture Order.png Manufacture Order module can be customized by opening the module, clicking the Tools menu, and then selecting Module Options.

General Tab
Manufacture Order Module Options.png
  • Next Number
The characters entered in this field will be used as the next order number. Every time a new order is created, the final group of numbers will be increased by one. For example, Pier1-Order99-LA will be incremented to Pier1-Order100-LA.
  • Distribute Finished Good costs
When a Work Order has multiple finished goods, the cost of the raw goods must be distributed between the finished goods. There are two options for the default distribution; however with either option, the distribution can be manually adjusted when finishing the Work Order.
  • Evenly - The costs will be distributed evenly between each finished good based on the quantity of the finished good.
  • Weighted - The cost distribution will be weighted according to the current cost of the finished goods in inventory.
Example: A Work Order produces 3 WidgetA and 1 WidgetB. The cost of the raw goods is $100. If the costs are distributed evenly between the four finished goods, each one will receive a cost of $25 for a total of $100. For weighted cost distribution, the current cost of the finished goods in inventory is used to adjust the costs proportionally. If WidgetA currently costs three times as much as WidgetB, then the costs on the Work Order will be adjusted accordingly. WidgetB will receive a cost of $10 and each WidgetA will receive a cost of $30 for a total of $100.
  • Issue the Manufacture Order when Sales Order is issued
With this option checked, a Manufacture Order that is auto created from a Sales Order will automatically be issued when the Sales Order is issued.
  • Start the pick when starting a Work Order
If this option is on, flagging a Work Order as started will also flag the pick as started.