The Shop Order Lines Lookup displays the line item or component information for the selected shop order. The Shop Order Lines Lookup displays the current status of each shop order line and several different quantity fields for each line.
• Display the Shop Order Line Items for a specific shop order. The Shop Order Lines Lookup program is used during shop order entry and processing to display the component details for each shop order and the status of each shop order line item.
• Add or delete component items for a shop order as the shop order is created. You can use the Shop Order Lines panel to add new components to the shop order or to edit and delete the existing components on the shop order (insert from lookup, delete from panel).
• Create a Sub-Assembly Shop Order for one or more of the shop order line items. The Create Sub-Assembly Shop Order option allows you to quickly create a new shop order for the quantity and item listed in the shop order line item and to link the sub-assembly shop order to the selected shop order line. The Create Sub-Assembly Shop Order option can only be used for component items that have one or more valid bills of material set up for
• View any Sub-Assembly shop orders for the selected shop order line item. The View Sub-Assembly Shop Orders option displays any shop orders that have been created for the selected shop order line item.
Once the component detail for the shop order is displayed in the panel, you can view the quantities and the status of each shop order line item. The information that is displayed in the Shop Order Lines Lookup can be customized using parameter files, but the fields normally displayed in the Shop Order Lines Lookup include the following.
• Ln#: The shop order line number.
• Qty: The quantity from the BOM (the quantity of each component required to build 1 top level item)
• Extended: The extended quantity (the total quantity of the component required for the current shop order based on the quantity of the top level item that is being produced).
• Allocated: The Allocated quantity indicates the quantity of the component item that has been automatically allocated or assigned to the shop order. You may not pull the inventory for a shop order until the inventory has been allocated to the order. There is also an allocated quantity that is maintained in each shop order header. That number is used to tell you the number of top level parts that can be built based on the allocation quantities for each component (if you are building a quantity of 5 top items but only have enough components allocated to build 3 completely, the shop order header would show 3 in the allocated field).
• The Pulled field indicates the quantity of the required component that has already been pulled into work in process (the production area) for the selected shop order. The pulled quantity is updated each time you process a pull ticket to pull components from inventory and move them to work in process. The system also maintains a pulled quantity in the shop order header. The pulled quantity in the header is used to tell you the number of top level parts that components have been completely pulled for. You may not complete a shop order until the pulled quantity in the header is the same as the quantity to be built.
• Status: The status of the shop order line. Valid status codes include O (open), C (closed), V(voided), D (deleted), and K (cancelled).
• Stk: The Stock or Track flag. An N in this field indicates that the selected component is a nonstock item.