Log Work Order Operational Performance

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Log Work Order Operational Performance

Work Order history records contain fields that can hold production performance data for each Operation on the Process Route. This data must be entered after the Work Order assembly has been received into stock or Operations have been recorded in the Shopfloor Data function. This Work Order Operational Performance window provides access to all Work Order history records. You must enter a Work Order number first in the Work History WO Selection window. A list of all history records for the selected Work Order is then presented.

If the Work Order has been received in more than one batch, multiple history records will be recorded and listed.

Warning WARNING: Care must be taken to enter the correct combined setup time. Do not enter the actual setup time twice if only one setup took place for both receipt batches.

Select a record by clicking on the list line. Enter an Employee Code, if desired, and tab to enter the actual setup and run hours for the Operation. You can use HMSP syntax here (see below). The standards current in the process route Operation hours recorded at the time of the assembly receipt are provided for comparison. A percent variance to Process Route planned is provided.

If the history record has a scrap quantity, you are expected to enter a Scrap Reason code. This is not mandatory but you will be reminded if you forget. Scrap Reason codes must be pre-defined in the File -- System Manager -- Index Codes section.

Once you have completed all operations for the work order use the Save Changes button to save your entries.

You can obtain a more comprehensive analysis of costs by clicking on the Update Part Costs button. The analysis is based on the average costs for all Operation receipts and the actual parts issued to the Work Order. This analysis is based on history and does not use the same processing as other Update cost analyses that uses the Bill of Materials and Process Route values. See the Part Costs Update window for details.

Warning WARNING: Only undertake this cost analysis once the Work Order is fully completed. Otherwise the costs will be very misleading.

Tip TIP: You can use the optWOHistoryEditPlan option in Settings Maintenance at any level to permit the editing of planned hours. This is useful if you have route operations that are alternates. Typically, if this were the case one operation would have valid hours (the default) and the other would have zero hours set in the route (the alternative). When you use the alternative operation, you need to zero the work history planned hours otherwise these will contribute to the cost of the WO (this is becuase where no actual hours are set for an operation, the planned hours are costed).

Tip TIP: Normally Work History Operation Comments are not recorded. However, there is an option, optWOHistOpCom, that permits the recording of comments when work operation history is recorded. When the option is set to 1, the Work Operation History Comments window is made available for each Shopfloor or Log WO Performance entry. If set to 2, it additionally opens for Receive WO and Backflush WO. With this option set to 1 or 2 you can use the option optWOHistOpComText for default comment text.

Field

Description

Work Order Number

Work History. Work order number. {WOHFILE.WOHWONO char 6}

Assembly Part Number

Work History. Part number of assembly produced. {WOHFILE.WOHPTNO char 18}

Description

Parts Master. Part description. {PTMFILE.PTMDESC char national 30}

Stock UoM

Parts Master. Standard stock unit of measure. {PTMFILE.PTMSTUM char national 6}

Operation List

Lists operation records for all receipts of completed assemblies under this Work Order. Click on an operation line to select and enter actual results.

Batch Quantity Received

Work History. Quantity completed. {WOHFILE.WOHQTY number 3dp}

Batch Quantity Scrapped

Work History. Assembly scrap quantity. {WOHFILE.WOHSCRA number 3dp}

Total Completed from WO

The total assemblies received in all receipts.

Total Scrapped from WO

The total assemblies scrapped in all receipts.

Work Centre Code

Work Centres. Work centre unique identifier code. {WKCFILE.WKCCODE char 4}

Work Centre Description

Work Centres. Description of work centre. {WKCFILE.WKCDESC char 30}

Employee Code

Work History. Employee code. {WOHFILE.WOHEMPL char 4}

Employee Name

Employees. Employee name. {EMPFILE.EMPNAME char 50}

Scrap Reason Code

Work History. Scrap reason code (relation: IDXID = con('7',WOHSCRE). {WOHFILE.WOHSCRE char 4}

Scrap Reason

Index and Other Codes. Index code, scrap reason or QA test description (must have at least 1 character). {IDXFILE.IDXDESC char 255}

Scrap Reason Popup List

List of available scrap codes. Double-click to assign.

Show

Click to show a list of available scrap reason codes.

Operational Setup Hours

You can use HMSP syntax here (See below). Work History. Setup time for operation batch in hours. {WOHFILE.WOHSTIM number 2dpShortnum}

Planned Setup Hours

Work History. Standard operation Setup time (hours). {WOHFILE.WOHSTST number 2dpShortnum}. See TIP above.

Setup Variance

Any variance between the actual setup time entered and the planned time in the process route.

Operation Run Hours

You can use HMSP syntax here. Work History. Runtime for operation batch in hours. {WOHFILE.WOHRTIM number 4dp} (See below)

Planned Run Hours

Work History. Standard operation Runtime for ordered qty. {WOHFILE.WOHSTRT number 4dp} See TIP above.

Runtime Variance

Any variance between the actual run time entered and the planned time in the process route.

Actual Operational Process Cost

The calculated costs for the batch operation based on the actual results recorded above.

Planned Operational Process Cost

The calculated batch operation costs for the Process Route operation times quantity of the batch.

Operation Cost Variance

Any variance between the actual and planned costs of the batch operation.

WO Total Setup

The total setup hours recorded against all operation completions.

WO Total Runtime

The total run hours recorded against all operation completions.

WO Total Planned Cost

The unit parent operation cost as calculated from the Process Route.

WO Total Actual Cost

The unit parent operation cost calculated from the actual times entered.

WO Total Cost Variance

Any variance between the actual recorded operational cost entered and the planned operational cost of the process route.

Button

Action

Select Work Order

To select a specific Work Order. It opens the Work History WO Selection window.

Update Part Costs

To provide an analysis of costs based on the actual results of this Work Order. You can update part current costs, if desirable. It opens the Part Costs Update window.

Revert to Saved

To revert any changes to the previously saved version.

Save Changes

To save the changes you have made to the data file.

Entering Time Values using HMSP Syntax

The system stores and uses times in decimal hours. 1.5000 hours rather than 1hr 30min. However, you can enter time in a number of different ways that will automatically convert to the equivalent decimal hours when you leave the field.

Units

Syntax

Example which Converts to

Hours

h or H

1h30m = 1.5000

Minutes

m or M

20m = 0.3333

Seconds

s or S

3.6s = 0.0010

Hours:Mins

: or ;

1:30 = 1.5000

Combined

All

1:30m36s = 1.5100

Pieces per hour

p or P

100p = 0.0100

See also: -

Compiled in Program Version 3.10. Help data last modified 12 JUL 2006 12:01. Class wWohPerform last modified 21 MAY 2008 13:31:25.

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