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or plant data collection) and do you want the system to automatically set the kanban to EMPTY when the kanban quantity is reached (KANBAN with quantity signal)? A: Q: 5) Do you want kanbans to be generated only on concrete material requirements and then deleted again after replenishment (event-driven KANBAN)? A: Q: 6) Do you want to reproduce a "One-card KANBAN", with two containers in a control cycle? A: Q: 7) Would you like to use KANBAN cross-plant (possible for the replenishment strategy stock transfer with stock transfer reservation and in-house production with production orders)? A: Q: 8) Do you want to use the automatic kanban calculation to ensure optimal settings, regular checks and adjustments to the control variables (number of kanbans and material quantity per kanban)? A: Q: 9) Do you want to deliver a kanban directly to your customer via an SD scheduling agreement? A: 1.4.1. Trigger Replenishment Through Kanban Signal 1.4.1.1. Trigger Replenishment Through Kanban Signal Questions: Q: 1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status? A: Q: 2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE? Blueprint_All.doc 47
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Value SAP - A: Q: 3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card? A: 1.4.2. Replenishment In-House Production with Production Order 1.4.2.1. Production Order Release Questions: Q: 1) With which procedure do you want to release production orders? A: Q: 2) Do you release complete orders or single operations? A: Q: 3) Do you require material availability check during order release? A: Q: 4) Do you require capacity availability check during order creation? A: Q: 5) It is possible to trigger certain functions automatically after the order release (for example, creation of transport requirements, creation of inspection lots, printout of orders, creation of serial numbers). Do you want to make use of this? A: 1.4.2.2. Printout of Production Order Questions: Q: 1) Do you print production documents (e.g. operation control ticket, job ticket, pull list, confirmation slip, time ticket)? A: Q: 2) What kind of documents do you need? A: 1.4.2.3. Production Order Execution Questions: Q: 1) What are the organizational aspects when executing production (responsibilities, scope of work, starting and finishing points)? A: Q: 2) Are there any restrictions in the order execution process? Blueprint_All.doc 48
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Value SAP - A: Q: 3) When and how are operations/orders confirmed? A: Q: 4) When are goods issues and goods receipts processed? A: 1.4.2.4. Production Order Confirmation (no Link to Goods Receipt) Questions: Q: 1) There are various ways of entering backflushes in an order. Which do you want to use? A: Q: 2) Which data must be confirmed (quantities, dates, personnel data, scrap, etc)? A: Q: 3) Should material withdrawals for a production order be automatically posted during confirmation (backflushing)?
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  • Winter '12
  • praveen
  • ........., Production and manufacturing, Production Orders

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