STRUX 6 1 3 Parts Creation - March 2017.docx

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STRUXURE is a workflow system that allows process automation, progress tractability and ownership of responsibilities. It is geared to better service our customers and to obtain high success in parts set-up. STRUXURE LEVELS The workflow chain is divided into 4 levels: Any level can start a Workflow (WF), but the responsibilities are the same for the entire chain: Produce an accurate SAP code successfully. The Requestor is located at the mill. They are the subject matter experts, the person who knows the most about the items needed. The UTAN is also located at the mill. They review the requestor’s work and makes sure all the elements needed are covered: format, characteristics, duplications, activation data, etc. The UTAN can also be a requestor. The UCAN is the final level before it goes to Chile. They briefly validate the format and the data provided by the mill. Once the SAP code is created, the UCAN activates the parts with the activation data provided. The UCAN can also be a requestor. The UCC is the Coding Unit. They are located in Chile and are the final point for validation, approval and creation of the SAP code. Logging on to STRUXURE To open the application the user can: 1 - Copy and paste this link into your browser http://clsclstruxurep.arauco.cl/struxure/ Add this link to your favorites. http://clsclstruxurep.arauco.cl/struxure/
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2- Go to SharePoint, click on the ARAUCO icon (see below). Tip: Once the application is open, add to favorites. To do this, click anywhere on the open application, then, right-click on your mouse and click on the menu “add to favorites”; name the application; click on “ADD”.
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This is the opened application; proceed to log in with your username and password.
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Initiating a Workflow Request <CREATION> Users (Requestor, UTAN, UCAN) assigned to Struxure can start a request by selecting Workflow from the Struxure menu then clicking New Request at the bottom of the page. On the next window, select CREATE Su Sum Once the user is an active participant the icons at the bottom of the screen will look like this: Sum
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A new request has been initiated when a new line is added to the queue with a Workflow number (WF#) Make sure the arrow on the requested item is pointed up; this opens the NOUN and MODIFIER fields. This is the WF#
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Every time blue font is displayed, that indicates the existence of a menu. Hover over the blue font and a hand icon will display. Click on NOUN to make your selection; then on Modifier. USING THE WILD CARD The wild card represents one or more characters (or digits) in the search bar. Here are some examples: Type a partial of a noun in front of the wild card, then hit ENTER or click on Load
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The wild card can be located in the search bar any way the user requires. See below a different example following the same steps explained in the previous example.
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