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Work Orders: Receive Work Order Assemblies from Production

Receive Work Order Assemblies from Production

Receive Work Order Assemblies from Production

When the product of a Non-Backflushed Work Order is completed, this window is used to record the receipt into stock of the assembly. Receiving multiple Work Orders at the same time is possible. You gain access by operating the Process — Work Orders — Receive WO Assembly menu function.

You can individually select work orders with the Select Work Order button or all kitted Work Orders using the List All Work Orders. You process one or more receipts by entering the Quantity received and scrapped and, if required, a history comment.

Tip TIP: You can also populate the WO grid by dragging and dropping work orders from the Work Order List window. To do this click on the Select Work Order button and then select a listing rule (bottom left) and click on Show Listing.

In the File — System Manager — Company Details you may have set a WO + Receiving variance limit. In which case the permissible total quantity may be in excess of the Quantity Ordered.

Tip TIP: The Work Order Receiving Variance limit can be usefully used when you build a level of scrap into the Bill of Materials. If you then get a better than expected yield from the production process, you can record it correctly.

Any Work Orders which have components logged as Shortages will be shown with an appropriate icon. These orders can still be received but only up to the quantity that the shortage would permit. The system only calculates this on the basis of the immediate Bill of Materials. If the shortage originated from a Phantom assembly you will get a message when you attempt a receipt.

The lead time since kit issue is automatically calculated from the Make calendar. Any number of sub-batch receipts can take place from a Work Order until the accumulated quantity of both received and scrapped is equal to the original order quantity. At this point the Work Order is automatically deleted from the file.

With each receipt, work history records are produced; one for each Operation on the current Process Route. If history records have already been recorded in the Process — Shopfloor — Shopfloor Data function, only the balance of missing Operation receipt history records are created. History records are never created for Operations carried out in Outwork Work Centres as these are created during the receipt from a Purchase Order.

If you record a scrap quantity, you are expected to enter a Scrap Reason code. This is not mandatory but you will be reminded if you forget. Scrap Reason codes must be pre-defined in the System Manager: Index Codes section.

Once you have entered all the receipts in the list, you can process them by clicking on the Process Receipts button.

For Multi-location or Tracked parts that are received, the Location/Batch Assignment dialogue will be presented which must be completed before you can proceed.

Warning WARNING: In multi-user environments you should be sure that two or more users are not receiving the same Work Orders at the same time, otherwise errors may result.

Note NOTE: If you record a Scrapped Quantity, a Stock History movement record will be created of type W. This is not a real movement, it is simply a record of the quantity scrapped.

Tip TIP: You can force the automatic creation of a Non-Conformance Report (NCR) when recording a scraped quantity using the system option optNCRAutoMovements. Set this option to contain the uppercase character W.

Tip TIP: Normally Work History Operation Comments are not recorded. However, there is an option, optWOHistOpCom, that permits the recording of comments when work operation history is recorded. When the option is set to 1, the Work Operation History Comments window is made available for each Shopfloor or Log WO Performance entry. If set to 2, it additionally opens for Receive WO and Backflush WO. With this option set to 1 or 2 you can use the option optWOHistOpComText for default comment text.



Work Order Grid

A list of work orders. Enter a received quantity in the list.

Work Order Number

Work Orders. Work order number. {WKOFILE.WKOWONO char 6}

Assembly Part Number

Work Orders. Part number (parent assembly). {WKOFILE.WKOPTNO char 18}

Stock UoM

Parts Master. Standard stock unit of measure. {PTMFILE.PTMSTUM char 6}

Balance Due

Work Orders. Balance due still for completion. {WKOFILE.WKOBAL number 3dp}

Permitted Qty

The quantity of receipt permitted after accounting for unissued shortages and outwork operations.

Received Quantity

Work History. Quantity completed. {WOHFILE.WOHQTY number 3dp}

Scrapped Quantity

Work History. Assembly scrap quantity. {WOHFILE.WOHSCRA number 3dp}

Stock Movement Comment

The inventory comment that will be used when recording the assembly receipt.

Due Date

Work Orders. Date of planned completion. {WKOFILE.WKOCDAT date date1980}


Work Orders. User reference for WO. {WKOFILE.WKOUSER char 15}

Ordered Quantity

Work Orders. Quantity ordered. {WKOFILE.WKOOQTY number 3dp}

Assembly Description

Parts Master. Part description. {PTMFILE.PTMDESC char 30}


When the cursor is in a list line the fields below show for that work order:

Order Comment

Work Orders. Comments printed on header of WO. {WKOFILE.WKOCOMM char 2000}

Order Date

Work Orders. Ordered date. {WKOFILE.WKOODAT date date1980}

Kit Issue Date

Work Orders. Kit issued date. {WKOFILE.WKOISDT date date1980}

Assembly Preferred Location

Parts Master. Stores single or preferred location. {PTMFILE.PTMSLOC char 8}

Latest Start Date

Work Orders. Latest kitting and start date. {WKOFILE.WKOLATE date date1980}

Planned Completion Date

Work Orders. Date of planned completion. {WKOFILE.WKOCDAT date date1980}

Scrap Reason Code

Work History. Scrap reason code (relation: IDXID = con(‘7’,WOHSCRE). {WOHFILE.WOHSCRE char 4}

Scrap Reason

Index and Other Codes. Index code, scrap reason or QA test description (must have at least 1 character). {IDXFILE.IDXDESC char 255}


To show a list of available codes from which to select.

Scrap Reason Popup List

List of available scrap codes. Double-click to assign.



Select Work Order

To select a number of individual work orders to list for assembly receipt. It opens the Select Work Order window.

List All Work Orders

To list all kitted non-backflushed work orders for assembly receipt.

Show Engineering

Enables you to view Engineering data for a selected part, which may contain inspection instructions. It opens the View Engineering Data window.

Show Quality Tests

Enables you to view the Quality Assurance Test Regime for a selected part. It opens the Part Quality Assurance Regime Maintenance window.

Receive Permitted on All Listed

Click this button to populate the Received column up to the permitted quantity less any scrapped you may have entered, for all listed WOs.

Process Receipts

Having entered all receipts onto the list, use this button to process all receipts in one operation.

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Compiled in Program Version 5.10. Help data last modified 4 Jun 2012 04:49:00.00. Class wWoAssyRecv last modified 11 Jan 2018 05:17:09.

Updated on May 27, 2020

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