Manufacturing ➔ Setup ➔ Operations
In this screen, you can view an overview of existing operations. In addition, you can create operations or modify the details of existing operations in this screen.
Operations are breakdowns of productions of finished goods into smaller processes. It offers better control over each operation. When creating operations, you must specify either a machine or labor hour unless you are creating an operation to be used for outsourcing purposes.
Keep in mind: This screen can only be accessed if the Operations check box is selected at System ➔ General ➔ Settings, under Manufacturing settings.
The information in this document is based on product update 406 and higher. If you have versions lower than this, certain features explained here will not be applicable.
Keep in mind: All fields with the "!" icon are mandatory. Some fields are enabled only after the entry is saved.
Keep in mind: All fields with the "!" icon are mandatory.
Keep in mind: The default operation cannot be deleted.
Click this to search for production orders based on the defined criteria.
Click this to clear the defined criteria.
Type the number of rows to be displayed for each page. If you have set the default number of rows to 10, then 10 rows will be displayed. Therefore, if you have more than 10 rows listed, the Previous and Next buttons become available.
Click this to return to the previous page.
Click this to go to the next page.
Select starts with or contains to display the operations that start with or contain the selected letter or word.
Type a full or partial code to display operations that match the entered code.
Type a full or partial description to display operations that match the entered description.
Click this to change the code of an operation. For more information, see Modifying operation codes.
Note: The code of the default operation cannot be changed.
Click this to copy the details of the selected operation to a new operation. For more information, see Copying operations.
Click this to delete the selected operation.
Click this to view or modify details of the selected operation. For more information, see Creating and modifying operations.
Click this to create an operation. For more information, see Creating and modifying operations.
Click this to exit.