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Maintaining Routi

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Maintaining Routi

    Maintaining Routings

    Overview

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Maintaining Routings

    System References

    Oracle Bills of Material > Routing Revisions Oracle Bills of Material > Standard Operations Oracle Bills of Material > Resources

    Oracle Bills of Material > Resource Where Used Distribution

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Objectives

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Agenda

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Routing Revisions

Routing Revisions

    A routing revision helps you indicate that the operations and resources of an item have changed. You do not have to use routing revisions when you change routings. Oracle Bills of Material date stamp all changes that you make to routings when you increase the revision.

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Creating Routing Revisions

Creating Routing Revisions

    If you are updating an existing routing, enter the routing revision and the effective date. To update the revision, choose the Routing Revisions button to open the Routing Revisions window.

    1. Navigate to the Routing Revisions window. You can do this by choosing the Revision

    button from the Routings window (N) Routings > (B) Routing Revisions.

    2. Enter the routing revision.

    3. Enter an effective date and time.

    The implementation date, which is either the date the revision was added or the date the routing was transferred from Oracle Engineering, is displayed. If the routing was transferred from Engineering, the ECO text is displayed.

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Agenda

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Standard Operations

Standard Operations

    Standard operations are commonly used operations you can define as a template for use in defining future routing operations. If you assign the operation code of standard operation in a routing, the standard operation information is copied into the operation you are currently defining. You can then modify the operation information in your new operation. You must define at least one department before you can define a standard operation. A standard operation is not the same as a standard bill of material.

    You can also create setup standard operations that are used only when setting up machine type resources. When defining resource setup information, you have the option of specifying the standard operations used during changeovers.

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Creating Standard Operations

Creating Standard Operations

    1. Navigate to the Standard Operations window (N) Routings > Standard Operations.

    2. Enter a unique operation code to identify a standard operation. If Oracle Warehouse

    Management is installed, the Standard Operations form is used to define which resources

    of a given department are required in order to perform a warehouse task. Oracle

    Warehouse Management refers to standard operations as Task Types. The rules engine

    uses the Code defined for the Standard Operation to reference the Task Type. A bulk

    picking task may require a forklift machine and a pallet picker manual resource. Oracle

    Warehouse Management uses a rules based system to determine the task type, or standard

    operation; each task should be associated with. Tasks of a given type are then dispatched

    to users associated with the resource definition, who have the qualified equipment for the

    task available to them.

    3. Enter the department where the operation is performed.

    4. Enter the minimum transfer quantity of assemblies to move from this operation to the

    next.

    5. For operations in ATO model or option class routings only, indicate whether the

    operation is option dependant, that is, whether the operation is dependant on the choice of

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