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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Fundamentals Rel 9.2

Course Details
Code: D95389GC10
Tuition (USD): $1,954.00 • Classroom (2 days)
Course Details
GSA (USD): $1,541.56 • Classroom (2 days)

This JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Fundamentals Rel 9.2 course gives you an overview of the fundamentals of shop floor execution. Learn new skills from a discrete manufacturing perspective, while discussing prerequisite setup for shop floor processes.

Learn To:

  • Create work orders.
  • Record hours and quantities against work orders.
  • Create and attach parts lists and routings.
  • Issue material to work orders.
  • Report against work orders using Backflush and Backflush at Paypointe.
  • Use automated shop floor processes.

Manual Order Management Scenarios

This course discusses manual order management scenarios, as well as automated, system-driven scenarios. Led by top Oracle University instructors, you'll experience hands on learning, with plenty of time for questions and answer sessions.

Skills Gained

  • Describe the required setup for the Shop Floor Management system
  • Create and process manufacturing work orders manually
  • Use automated shop floor processes
  • Describe additional shop floor management features and processes

Prerequisites

  • Navigate the application user interface
  • Set up user-defined codes
  • Set up manufacturing constants
  • Define bill of material
  • Set up work center and routing

Course Details

Describing setup for Shop Floor Management

Describing constants

Describe product data setup

Managing basic work orders

Managing manual work order issues

Managing manual hours and quantities transactions

Managing work order completions

Managing work orders with Order Processing

Managing work order completions through Super Backflush

Managing work orders with lot-controlled items

Managing work orders generated from requirements planning

Managing orders through the Shop Floor Workbench

Managing component shortages and substitutions