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Oracle Work in Process

Manufacturing Functional Foundation

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Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to do the following: Discuss the flow of inventory through a factory Identify the major tables used in material move and completion transactions Discuss the open interfaces and application program interfaces for Work in Process

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Agenda

Work in Process Overview Work in Process Transactions and Entity Relationship Diagrams Work in Process Open Interfaces and Application Program Interfaces

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Work in Process Overview


Raw Materials Components Value Added Transformation Finished Goods

Incoming Inspection Kitting

Make and Assemble Equipment Utilization Inventory Management Work in Process

Quality Check Shipping

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Discrete Manufacturing

Plan Discrete Jobs

Define Discrete Jobs

Issue Components

Close Discrete Jobs

Complete Discrete Jobs

Build Discrete Jobs

Purge Discrete Jobs

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Non-Standard Discrete Jobs


Rework assemblies Upgrade assemblies Disassemble assemblies Build engineering prototypes

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Repetitive Manufacturing

Plan Production

Schedule Production

Update Existing Repetitive Schedules

Implement Engineering Changes

Build Repetitive Assemblies

Control Repetitive Material

Complete Repetitive Schedules

Analyze Costs

Purge Repetitive Schedules

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Flow Manufacturing

Flow manufacturing builds the highest quality product in the shortest possible time at the lowest cost: Builds to customer demand Uses linear manufacturing Uses mixed model production Builds in-process quality Uses JIT replenishment of component materials Uses rate-based production Increases labor flexibility Backflushes material and costs upon completion

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Material Control
Miscellaneous Issue Floor Stock Account

Supplier
Supplier Outside Processing Complete

Bulk

Raw and Subassembly Inventory

Push Issue

Work in Process

Jobs
Repetitive Schedules

Finished Goods Inventory

Replenish

Operation Pull Assembly Pull Backflush Backflush Floor Stock Inventory


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Shop Floor Control


Move transactions Move Transaction interface Shop floor statuses Dispatch reporting Outside processing Managing rework production Managing scrap Mobile manufacturing

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Resource Management

A resource is anything of value, except material and cash, required to manufacture, cost, and schedule products: People Tools Machines Outside processing services Physical space

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Outside Processing

Outside Supplier Define PO or PO Release Autorequisition Requisition Outside Processing Item

Receive Outside Processing Item

Purchase Receipt Charge Outside Resource

Op Seq 20 Move to Queue

Op Seq 30 Move to Queue

Op Seq 40

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Agenda

Work in Process Overview Work in Process Transactions and Entity Relationship Diagrams Work in Process Open Interfaces and Application Program Interfaces

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Work in Process Transactions


Inventory Issue material Work in Process

Raw material inventory

Jobs and schedules

Complete finished assemblies

Move assemblies on the shop floor and charge resources Scrap rejected assemblies

Finished goods subinventory

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Discrete Jobs Window


Define discrete jobs oneatatime in the Discrete Jobs window.

Discrete Jobs (M1)

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Discrete Jobs
MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B MTL_MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS

WIP_ENTITIES

WIP_ OPERATION_ RESOURCES

WIP_ REQUIREMENT_ OPERATIONS WIP_ DISCRETE_ JOBS

WIP_ ACCOUNTING_ CLASSES

WIP_WORK_ ORDER_ INTERFACE

WIP_OPERATIONS

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Repetitive Schedules Window

Define repetitive schedules to build assemblies repetitively on a production line.

Repetitive Schedules (M1)

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Repetitive Schedules
MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B WIP_ENTITIES

MTL_MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS

WIP_REPETITIVE_ITEMS

WIP_ ACCOUNTING_ CLASSES

WIP_OPERATIONS WIP_ WORK_ORDER_ INTERFACE

WIP_ REQUIREMENT_ OPERATIONS

WIP_ OPERATION_ RESOURCES

WIP_ REPETITIVE_ SCHEDULES

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Material Transactions Window

Issue components from inventory to jobs and return issued components from jobs to inventory.

WIP Material Transactions (M1)

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Material Transactions
WIP_REPETITIVE_SCHEDULES

MTL_ TRANSACTION_ ACCOUNTS

MTL_ MATERIAL_TXN ALLOCATIONS

WIP_ OPERATIONS

WIP_ REQUIREMENT_ OPERATIONS

MTL_ MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS

WIP_DISCRETE_JOBS

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Move Transactions Window

Move the assemblies you are building from one operation step to another.

Move Transactions (M1)

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Move Transactions
WIP_TXN_ ALLOCATIONS WIP_MOVE_TXN_ ALLOCATIONS WIP_REPETITIVE_ SCHEDULES

WIP_ OPERATIONS WIP_ TRANSACTIONS WIP_ DISCRETE_JOBS WIP_ OPERATION_ RESOURCES MTL_MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS

WIP_MOVE_ TRANSACTIONS

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Resource Transaction Window

Use this window to charge resources.

Resource Transactions (M1)

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Resource Transactions
WIP_TXN_ ALLOCATIONS WIP_ COST_TXN_ INTERFACE WIP_ REPETITIVE_ SCHEDULES

WIP_OPERATION_ RESOURCE_ USAGE WIP_ OPERATION_ RESOURCES WIP_TRANSACTIONS

WIP_OPERATION_ OVERHEADS WIP_ TRANSACTION_ ACCOUNTS

WIP_ OPERATIONS

WIP_ DISCRETE_ JOBS

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Completion Transactions Window

Complete assemblies from jobs into inventory, and return completed assemblies from inventory to jobs.

Completion Transactions (M1)

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Completion Transactions
MTL_ MATERIAL_TXN_ ALLOCATIONS WIP_ REPETITIVE_ SCHEDULES

MTL_ TRANSACTION ACCOUNTS


MTL_MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS_ TEMP

WIP_FLOW_ SCHEDULES MTL_MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS

WIP_DISCRETE_ JOBS

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Work Order-less Completions Window

Complete or return assemblies to or from inventory. You can scrap assemblies from or return scrapped assemblies to any operation.

Work Order-less Completions (M1)

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Work Order-less Completions


MTL_ TRANSACTIONS_ INTERFACE MTL_MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS WIP_PERIOD_ BALANCES

MTL_MATERIAL_ TRANSACTIONS_ TEMP

WIP_ FLOW_ SCHEDULES

WIP_ TRANSACTIONS

BOM_ BILL_OF_ MATERIALS BOM_ OPERATIONAL_ ROUTINGS


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WIP_ENTITIES

Agenda

Work in Process Overview Work in Process Transactions and Entity Relationship Diagrams Work in Process Open Interfaces and Application Program Interfaces

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Work in Process Open Interfaces and Application Program Interfaces


Move Transaction API Resource Transaction API Work Order API

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Summary

In this lesson, you should have learned how to: Discuss the flow of inventory through a factory Identify the major tables used in material move and completion transactions Discuss the open interfaces and application program interfaces for Work in Process

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