The DATEVALUE function converts a date that is stored as text to a serial number that Excel recognizes as a date. For example, the formula =DATEVALUE("1/1/2008") returns 39448, the serial number of the date 1/1/2008. Remember, though, that your computer's system date setting may cause the results of a DATEVALUE function to vary from this example
Excel stores dates as sequential serial numbers so that they can be used in calculations. By default, January 1, 1900 is serial number 1, and January 1, 2008 is serial number 39448 because it is 39,447 days after January 1, 1900.
We receive serial numbers from a supplier and we want to force receiving to input the serial number provided by the supplier in the MIGO tcode. However the system has the "create serial number automatically" button and we want to switch it off so that no one in receiving creates serial number on the fly. We have to use the serial numbers provided by the supplier. Is there anyway I can hide that button or switch it off ? I tried via security as well but the first attempt allowed me to create the serial number automaticlly even though the test role did not have IQ01 access.
Enable audit trail for manufacturing work orders and its child objects to comply with US Code of Federal Regulations (CFR 21 Part 11) for electronic record and electronic signature requirements. You can enable audit trail for any attribute in a work order, work order operation, operation material, operation resource, resource instance, operation material lot and serial numbers, and work order serial numbers.
The changes to the work orders are tracked automatically along with the name of the person who updated the record and the date and time of update. The audit records capture the attribute that was updated and the old and new values for each update. The description of the audit record captures the unique reference for each object. For example, it captures the work order number for a work order record and work order number and operation name for the work order operation record. This helps you search the change history for a specific work order. Additional context values like the manufacturing plant, operation sequence are also captured and stored to uniquely identify the record that was updated.
A resource instance is a granular representation of a production resource that identifies the specific equipment or person working on production or maintenance activities. For example, in a machining work center there may be three lathes that are identical in model, production capacity, machine specifications, and usage cost. Each of these lathes is a resource instance and can be uniquely identified using the equipment serial number. Similarly, you may have a labor resource called lathe operator. There may be several people in the workforce that have the same skills and labor rates to be a lathe operator and are uniquely identified as individuals by name as resource instances.
Up until this update, you were able to print a label from the Manage Work Orders page, from the dispatch list, or during operation completion. This would automatically generate a label template with details in a pdf format. You could directly print this pdf through a printer.
Many products produced on the shop floor are serial control enabled or lot control enabled for traceability purpose. Products have serial or lot control enabled at different stages. Some products are identified as predefined, where the serial numbers are created and assigned to the item ahead of the production transactions. Some products are identified as serial control enabled at receipt or lot control enabled for which the serial or lot numbers are generated at the time of inventory receipt or during production completion and put away to inventory.
Until this update, when you completed a work order for products that were identified as serial control enabled at receipt or lot control enabled , you had to either choose the serial or lot from a list of values of pregenerated lot or serial numbers, or type or scan in the lot or serial number. You would either enter a new serial or lot number by typing a serial or lot number, or choose from a list of previously created serial or lot numbers.
For lot control enabled products, you can generate new lot numbers by selecting the Generate Lot button. At the time of completing an operation, you are provided with one table row with the quantity of the work order already defaulted. If you need to generate a single lot, you can select the Generate Lot button. However, if you have more than one lot to be generated, you must modify the quantity in the first row as the quantity of the first lot. A new row with the remaining quantity of the work order is automatically populated. You can highlight both these rows and select the Generate Lot number button once. The application automatically generates two new lot numbers for this product.
For products that are serial control enabled at receipt during production, you can generate new serial numbers by selecting the Generate Serial button. At the time of completing the operation, you are provided with as many table rows of the quantity of the product as are being completed. For example, if you are completing a serial control enabled product for a quantity of 10, you will see 10 rows for which you can populate the serial numbers for the product. You can highlight the rows for which you want to generate the serial number, and then select the Generate Serial button. The application generates new serial numbers for the product for these rows.
Prior to this update, an automatic work definition was created individually for an item through the user interface of the item structure (that is, bill of materials) in order to facilitate production reporting and costing. These automatic work definitions simplify the manufacturing setups and item structure change management needed for execution without the need for manual intervention and overrides. However, it quickly becomes a tedious task to generate work definitions for each item in a set of items using the user interface.
With this feature, you can specify a set of parameters that filter the organization, user item type, item category, and range of items in order to run a scheduled process that creates an automatic work definition for each item. This scheduled process uses the primary item structure for the selected standard items and the standard operation marked as the default for automatic work definitions to generate the primary work definition with production priority of 1. After running the scheduled process, you can view an output file of the automatic work definitions that are either generated successfully or fails with errors which you can address and rerun the scheduled process. You can also schedule the process to run periodically in order to create automatic work definitions for new items that you create. As a result, this scheduled process streamlines the data setup for a large number of automatic work definitions in order to quickly transact and cost items such as pick-to-order kits that do not require detailed shop floor control.
The pick slip is generated using the pick slip grouping rule assigned in Manufacturing. The pick slip grouping rule allows you to group pick slips in the warehouse and by a variety of pick slip attributes such as work order number, work area, work center, and push or pull activity.
Serial-controlled and lot-controlled products and components that are produced internally in an organization can be tracked by the product genealogy solution. With this update, when you implement Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud, you can also import the component structure and historical transactions of a product serial number or lot from your external legacy systems. This will enable the complete traceability of your products from legacy systems to your transactional applications.
The product genealogy solution provides you with tracking capabilities for serial-tracked and lot-tracked products and components. However, companies also have a need to generate user-defined reports for product genealogy for multiple purposes, such as tracing reports that capture information about where they need to find where a defective material was used, or for submission of detailed work order information to various regulatory agencies or even a customer. Typically these reports will trace the entire history of a product from receipt of materials through manufacturing to the delivery of the product to the customer.
As an Intune admin, you can create and import a comma-separated value (.csv) file that lists 14-digit IMEI numbers or serial numbers. Intune uses these identifiers to specify device ownership as corporate during device enrollment. Each IMEI or serial number can have details specified in the list for administrative purposes.
To create the list, create a two-column, comma-separated value (.csv) list without a header. Add the 14-digit IMEI or serial numbers in the left column, and the details in the right column. Only one type of ID, IMEI or serial number, can be imported in a single .csv file. Details are limited to 128 characters and are for administrative use only. Details aren't displayed on the device. The current limit is 5,000 rows per .csv file.
Some Android and iOS/iPadOS devices have multiple IMEI numbers. Intune only reads one IMEI number per enrolled device. If you import an IMEI number but it is not the IMEI inventoried by Intune, the device is classified as a personal device instead of a corporate-owned device. If you import multiple IMEI numbers for a device, uninventoried numbers display Unknown for enrollment status.Also note:Serial Numbers are the recommended form of identification for iOS/iPadOS devices.Android Serial numbers are not guaranteed to be unique or present. Check with your device supplier to understand if serial number is a reliable device ID.Serial numbers reported by the device to Intune might not match the displayed ID in the Android Settings/About menus on the device. Verify the type of serial number reported by the device manufacturer.Attempting to upload a file with serial numbers containing dots (.) will cause the upload to fail. Serial numbers with dots are not supported. 2b1af7f3a8