Digest Number 849


(system) #1
There is a way. Just because the job is "make to stock" does not
necessarily mean that is has to go into stock. As long as their last
operation is not marked as putting items into stock automatically, the items
will not go to stock unless they put them there through "Manufacturing
Receipts. A part number does not have to be in part master to create a job.

-----Original Message-----
From: Margaret Jones [mailto:jones@...]
Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2000 7:41 AM
To: vantage@egroups.com
Subject: RE: [Vantage] Digest Number 849


We also had this same problem. I created a sales order and enter a new line
item each time we need to make a job for a non existing part (such as
internal equipment, racks, development jobs, etc.) This seems to work.

Margaret
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>
>Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 06:59:07 -0500
> From: PHIL LUKOMSKI <phil.lukomski@...>
>Subject: Non stock jobs
>
>We successfully moved to 4.0 2 weeks ago. For the most part it was
seamless. One
difference has created a problem for us. Has anyone encountered this?
Any alternatives?
>In 3.0 we could create jobs for nonstock parts without linking to any sales
order. In 4.0 we
no longer can do that. We need to make a part stock if we wish to create a
job for it w/out an associated order. The logic of 3.0 gave us more
flexibility. Any suggestions?
>
>Thanks
>Phil Lukomski
>Trace-A-Matic

(system) #2
We also had this same problem. I created a sales order and enter a new line
item each time we need to make a job for a non existing part (such as
internal equipment, racks, development jobs, etc.) This seems to work.

Margaret
______________________
>
>Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 06:59:07 -0500
> From: PHIL LUKOMSKI <phil.lukomski@...>
>Subject: Non stock jobs
>
>We successfully moved to 4.0 2 weeks ago. For the most part it was seamless. One
difference has created a problem for us. Has anyone encountered this?
Any alternatives?
>In 3.0 we could create jobs for nonstock parts without linking to any sales order. In 4.0 we
no longer can do that. We need to make a part stock if we wish to create a
job for it w/out an associated order. The logic of 3.0 gave us more
flexibility. Any suggestions?
>
>Thanks
>Phil Lukomski
>Trace-A-Matic
>
>
>