Pulse Release Documentation
Plant Maintenance Module - Standard Jobs
Various - Anywhere parts are transferred to a W/O from a standard job.
Release Note Details
An issue was found in the purchase part section of the standard jobs.
Purchase parts can generate either a picking slip or a requisition. It does this by checking the part number against the stock master file and if it finds a match it generates a picking slip. Otherwise a requisition is generated.
There is however a setting, Enforce Requisition, that ensures that a requisition is always created. The problem found was if this option was enabled then the system would never check the part against any supplier catalogues. The result would be that the requisition could be create with the incorrect value.
This change has corrected this and when a requisition is being created the system will now always check the supplier catalogue for details.
- Set up several purchase parts on a standard job to cover the various situations
- Create a W/O and link the standard job that will then automatically copy the parts onto the work order
- Post the parts on the W/O to Supply.
- Check the posted parts making sure that have gone to the correct location and the correct price is used
Test Plan Details
|#||Feature /Test Scenario||Is Stock||Enforce Req||Has Catalogue||Expected Results||Results|
|1||Standard Job Purchase Item With||N||N||N||Requisition created with SJP Value|
|2||Standard Job Purchase Item With||Y||N||N||Picking slip created|
|3||Standard Job Purchase Item With||Y||Y||N||Requisition created with SJP Value|
|4||Standard Job Purchase Item With||Y||Y||Y||Requisition created with Catalogue Value|
|5||Standard Job Purchase Item With||N||N|
|Requisition created with Catalogue Value|
|6||Standard Job Purchase Item With||N||Y||Y||Requisition created with Catalogue Value|
|7||Standard Job Purchase Item With||N||Y||N||Requisition created with SJP Value|
|8||Standard Job Purchase Item With||Y||N||Y||Picking slip created|