HelloI was wondering how I could scrap some Raw Materials from materials already released to Production Order.I know that for Finish Goods it is done in Labor or Move screens via Scrap Qty.But how to proceed scrapping for Raw Materials in order to have actual data and not to make it by BOM - scrap factor?The use case is that our Customer from plastic industry applies for each Production Order some more quantity of raw material than in BOM and at the end of production some of that raw material can turn into waste.I would be grateful for any tipps. Thank you in advance.
Dear Concern,request you to please suggest the process for inventory out from warehouse and in after job workInventory Out for job work and in against job work: for example we wish to out inventory like component, Semi finish goods and Raw material from warehouse to vendor place for job work activities and after job work same will be return back as Semi finish goods or finish goods . how to track inventory out and in process thru acumatica ERP.
A client with an existing Shopify store connected to their legacy ERP uses variants but they do not wish to utilized Matrix items in Acumatica. Instead the just want to have each variant as a individual SKU in Shopify. The Shopify help says to delete the variants and the default. They want to continue to sell the SKU’s in their store. For example SKU 1234 has ‘’, A , and B as variants and they want to have them as1234, 1234A, and 1234B as individual SKUs
Hi there,a customer of us wants to have configurable articles. He also has variants of his articles which are machines. So each variant of a series can have configurations which are only decided on while producing the product. Now, I was wondering what happens if I use such a configuration article for MRP, e.g. since I want to have a safety stock of 10 machines. Will the MRP only consider the BOM part oder will it suggest to buy/ build the whole configuration possibilities? Or before clicking on order in the MRP screen, do I need to configure the article and then one type of configured article will be planned with 10 pieces? The question then is, how will acumatica know that I have this concrete instance 10 times in my stock and not the other possible variations? (machines with other configurations) I assume that it is not foreseen that acumatica works with configurations in stock? Thank you very much in advance.Best Wishes maracuja
We have a purchased part with a safety stock. An existing PO will cover requirements, but it’s delivery date is far out and the vendor cannot expedite. We will fall below the safety stock. MRP display is telling us to place a new PO, which we do not need to do.MRP detail inquiry shows this.MRP exceptions screen does show we need to expedite the PO, but since we cannot, this part will continue to show up on MRP display telling us to place another PO. Is this the general process?Do not create new POs from MRP display until you look at the detail inquiry to ensure an existing PO does not already exist?Is there any way to drop the part from MRP display other than changing the date on the PO to say it will arrive earlier (which it will not)?Thanks!
How to find information on what Purchased Order is created from which production order (through MRP)
Have you ever built a GI to show POs that are linked to Production Order, where the PO is raised through the MRP screen? can you please help pointing me to the right direction?I have a very simple scenario:User raises a Production Order (through Prod Order Maintenance) for one item, which has 1 component User regnerates MRP The component of the item is suggested in MRP Display User click Purchase - the PO is createdI’m trying to build a generic inquiry to show which PO is raised for which Production Order.What I have found so far is that:On the POLine, there’s a PlanID, which I can link to INItemPlan In INItemPlan, for the same component, there are actually 2 records: One have a PlanType = Production Demand - this line has a PlanID that is linked to the AMRPDetail table - where I can potentially get the Production Order Number, and this PlanID also linked to AMProdOper table, where I can also get the PO number, but only when the PO is raised through the Critical Material screen (which
Team,Has someone done a customization to add formula editor column in product configurator options that allows us to add some useful/additional information on options level? Or is this in current product roadmap?The current Qty Required column is just quantity of component/option that is used mainly for stock consumption/costing but I need additional information such as cutting dimension to tell shop floor people at what exact length and width of material they need to cut, like in the example below. I have tried using formula editor on Attributes but each option in the configurator has different type of information to be added so ideally it’s a column next to each option.
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