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Creating Routings

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Creating Routings

    Create Routings

    Overview

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Create Routings

    System References

    Oracle Bills of Material > Routings

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Objectives

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Agenda

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Routings

Routings

    A routing defines the step-by-step operations you perform to manufacture a product. Each routing can have any number of operations. For each operation you specify a department that determines the resources you may use for that operation.

    You must create resources and departments before you create routings.

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Primary and Alternate Routings

Primary and Alternate Routings

    A primary routing is the list of operations most frequently performed to build a product. You can define one primary routing and many alternate routings for an item. When you define a new primary routing, you specify only the item (no alternate name) and you can assign a routing revision. For example, you can define a routing for an item that includes two operations-an assembly and a testing operation. You typically build your product with these operations, so you define this routing as the primary routing for the item. You can define an alternate routing to describe a different manufacturing process used to produce the same product. Unlike a new primary routing, specify the item and alternate name to define an alternate routing. You must define a primary routing before you can define alternate routings, and you can define any number of alternate routings for an item.

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Routings in Multiple Organizations

Routings in Multiple Organizations

    You create items in the master organization and assign them to the manufacturing and distribution organizations in which you use them. Within the assigned organization, you create routings.

    In the example above, the routing for item A in organization 1 has operation step 10 in department A and operation step 20 in department B. The routing for item A in organization 2 has operation step 10 in department 111 and operation step 20 in department 222.

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Operations

Operations

    To define a routing operation you first specify an operation sequence number to indicate the order to perform operations. Components in your bill of material can reference an operation sequence. Next, you can choose either a standard operation, or you can enter a new operation. Sequence of Operations

    Routings define the step-by-step descriptions, or operations, for manufacturing an assembly. Each operation on a routing defines a specific portion of the manufacturing process for the assembly. You can use operations to identify the location, the quantity, and the state of completion of the assemblies you are currently manufacturing.

    For each component item on the bill of material associated with a routing, you can specify the operation sequence where you require the item. You can then issue material where and when it is needed.

    Standard Operations

    A standard operation is a commonly used operation that you define as a template to default operation information when you define routings. When you define a new operation on a routing, you can specify a standard operation whose information Bills of Material copies into

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    the operation you are currently defining. You can then change any of the copied information for the new operation.

    Backflushing Transactions

    You can specify at what point in the routing you backflush component material. Moves automatically backflush the appropriate components at the time they are needed. You can postpone the backflush of material at time-critical operations until a later operation. Minimum Transfer Quantities

    You can set the minimum quantity that you move from an operation when you define a routing. The Shop Floor Transaction window issues a warning when you move a quantity less than this minimum.

    Attachments

    You can attach files, which may include instructions, to routing operations. Option Dependent Operations

    When you define routings for model and option class items, you can indicate the operations that appear in a configuration item’s routing only if you choose an option that references that operation. Bills of Material automatically creates a configuration item’s routing including all operations that are not option-dependent and any option-dependent operations referenced by a chosen option.

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