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                                                                                                                     CONTENTS
                                                                               BILL OF MATERIALS SYSTEM

1      GETTING STARTED ................................................................................... 1
    1.1 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL .......................................................................................... 1
    1.2 THE TITAN SYSTEM PROFILE ........................................................................................ 2
    1.3 THE BILL OF MATERIAL SYSTEM .................................................................................. 3
    1.4 CONCEPTS AND FUNCTIONS ........................................................................................ 7
    1.5 THE BILL OF MATERIAL SYSTEM MENU....................................................................... 8


2      SET UP AND RUN ....................................................................................... 9
    2.1 GETTING STARTED......................................................................................................... 9
    2.2 THE SYSTEM PARAMETER PROGRAM - BM00 .......................................................... 11


3      INPUT MODULE ........................................................................................ 17
    3.1 THE INPUT MODULE MENU ......................................................................................... 17
    3.2 PRODUCTION INPUT - BM10 ........................................................................................ 18
    3.3 PRODUCTION FORECAST INPUT - BM11 ................................................................... 22


4      MAINTENANCE MODULE ........................................................................ 23
    4.1 THE MAINTENANCE MODULE MENU .......................................................................... 23
    4.2 SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE - BM30 ...................................................................... 24
       4.2.1      ADDING SUBASSEMBLIES .................................................................................. 25
       4.2.2      ADDING SUBASSEMBLY COMPONENTS........................................................... 29
       4.2.3      AMENDING SUBASSEMBLIES ............................................................................. 33
       4.2.4      DELETING SUBASSEMBLIES .............................................................................. 35
    4.3 ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE - BM31 ...................................................... 36
    4.4 SUBASSEMBLY COPY - BM32 ...................................................................................... 41
    4.5 EXPLODE A BILL - BM33 ............................................................................................... 44
    4.6 BILL RECOSTING - BM34 .............................................................................................. 47


5      ENQUIRY MODULE .................................................................................. 50
    5.1 THE ENQUIRY MODULE MENU .................................................................................... 50
    5.2 BILL OF MATERIAL ENQUIRY - BM50 .......................................................................... 51
    5.3 SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED ENQUIRY - BM51 ....................................................... 54
    5.4 SUMMARISED BILL ENQUIRY - BM52 ............................................................................ 56
    5.5 INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY - BM53 ................................................................................ 58
    5.6 INDENTED WHERE-USED ENQUIRY - BM54 .............................................................. 60




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6       PRINT MODULE ........................................................................................ 62
     6.1 THE PRINT MODULE MENU ........................................................................................... 62
     6.2 BILL OF MATERIAL REPORT - BM70 ........................................................................... 63
     6.3 SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED REPORT - BM71......................................................... 66
     6.4 SUMMARISED BILL REPORT - BM72 ........................................................................... 69
     6.5 INDENTED BILL REPORT - BM73 ................................................................................. 72
     6.6 INDENTED WHERE-USED REPORT - BM74 ................................................................ 75
     6.7 MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT - BM75 .................................................................... 78
     6.8 END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT - BM76 ................................................................. 83
     6.9 SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT - BM77 ............................................................ 85
     6.10           EFFICIENCY REPORT - BM78 ............................................................................. 91
     6.11           PRODUCTION FORECAST REPORT - BM79 ..................................................... 94


APPENDIX A .................................................................................................... 97
     A1. TERMINOLOGY ................................................................................................................ 97
     A2. TERMINOLOGY THAT MAY BE USER-DEFINED ........................................................... 99


APPENDIX B .................................................................................................. 100
     B1. DEFINITION OF FORM TYPE BM ................................................................................. 100


INDEX ............................................................................................................. 110




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                                                         1 GETTING STARTED

1.1 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
Each chapter in this manual leads logically through the important steps to install and
maintain your system.
Chapter 1 - Getting Started, describes the hard/software requirements and special features
of the TITAN systems.
Chapter 2 - Set-up and Run will take you through the sequential steps required to run the
system effectively. As each system has a System Parameter File Program (SU00, AP00
etc.) and usually a Period End Module (SU9, AP9 etc.) these are combined in this chapter to
ensure all the set-up data is understood.
The following chapters are the same for most systems. They start with the Input Module,
then the Maintenance Module which helps you set up and maintain your file requirements.
Then the Enquiry Module which helps you search for data in your files. After that specific
modules such as Report Management, Interface to Other Systems, will follow. The last
chapter deals with the printing of reports.
If there are specific examples required these are entered in the Appendix. The Index
provides a reference to the actual screen prompts as well as key words.
Screens are provided as a guide to the fields to be entered. Each screen prompt will be
indented and bold with the field length and further information on that field for example,


BATCH #                          :     6 digits.
                                       When entering a new batch, press [ENTER] for the
                                       next sequential batch number.


When information is accepted and another screen appears this will be shown in the manual
as Level 1, Level 2 and so on.
When multiple choices appear and these have to be described individually, the first level will
be the major input screen.




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1.2 THE TITAN SYSTEM PROFILE
Please refer to the Systems Utilities Manual for a profile of the TITAN system, which
consists of the following modules:
Application Builder                 Accounts Payable
Accounts Receivable                 Bank Link
Bill of Materials                   Cashbook
Chart Writer                        Electronic Data Interchange
Fixed Assets                        General Ledger
Instalment Sales                    Inventory Control
Job Costing                         Monthly Payroll
Purchase Ordering                   Point-of-Sale
Report Writer                       Sales Analysis
Sales Order Processing              Systems Utilities
Weekly Payroll




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1.3 THE BILL OF MATERIAL SYSTEM
The Bill of Materials system controls the structure and costs of the various elements that
make up a finished product.
Raw materials, bought-in items, subassemblies, overheads and labour costs are monitored
to ensure uninterrupted manufacture, at the most advantageous cost.
The Bill of Materials design is modular. It can be used either as a stand alone system, or
combined within a fully integrated accounting system.
Advantages of the system are;
   True cost of production is identified.
   Adequate inventory of required materials are kept at all times.
   Simplification of the most complex materials flow.
   Accurate definition of the components which make up a product, keeping records
    current.
The following profile of features shows the scope and flexibility of the Bill of Materials
system;
   Multiple companies and branches
Every company or branch can have its own unique Bill of Materials.
The top level contains all those parts, labour and subassemblies which directly make up the
finished product. This allows an unlimited number of levels of subassembly, bill of materials
to be constructed.
   End item
The system accounts for any item that may be sold whether it is a completed item or a
subassembly, which in itself is a component of a larger assembly.
   Exploded Bill of Materials
All subassemblies can be expanded so that the relevant components are detailed at all
levels.
   Imploded Bill of Materials
Helps to trace the structure of an end item from the component, through subassemblies at
all levels.
   Activity code
Every item on the bill of materials is allocated a status code to aid the planning and control
function.
   Overhead component
A number of user-defined classifications of overhead components are catered for in the
system.




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   Inventory interface
Interface to the Inventory system enables components which are inventory items to be
validated. A comparison of actual costs with the product master standard costs may be
performed.
   "Where used" facility
This facility determines in which subassemblies certain components are used.
   Password protection
Access to the system is fully password protected, to ensure complete security over
confidential information.




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MODULE REVIEW
The Bill of Materials system consists of the following functional modules; Maintenance,
Enquiries/Scans and Print.

MAINTENANCE MODULE
This module allows changes to be made to the Bill of Material structure.
 Subassembly maintenance.
Allows for the maintenance of the component to subassembly relationships.
Maintenance of the positional relationships of components making up a subassembly.
User defined descriptive information changes are catered for.
 Overheads maintenance.
Enables changes to be made to all non-inventory items, such as labour and subcontracting
costs.
 Bill of Materials explosion.
Creation of a fully exploded multi-level bill of materials. If any component structures change,
the bill can be re-exploded to reflect the current situation.
 Recost a Bill of Material.
If only the cost of a component or overhead changes, but not the subassembly structure, the
bill can be recosted so that the correct values are reflected at all levels.

ENQUIRIES/SCAN MODULE
Using this module the bill of materials may be examined in the following different ways.
   Single level enquiry which lists level one components of a bill.
   Multi-level enquiry which lists all items over a specified number of levels that form a bill.
   Single level "where used" enquiry will display all subassemblies one level up from a
    specified component.
   Multi-level "where used" enquiry which lists all subassemblies at all levels for the
    selected component.
   Summarised Bill of Material lists all the components and subassemblies for a selected
    bill.




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PRINT MODULE
All reports allow selection of the type of data to be reported.
The print module produces the following reports;
   Single level Bill of Materials report.
   Multiple level Bill of Materials report.
   Single level where used report.
   Multiple level where used report.
   Summarised Bill of Material report.
   Efficiency report.




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1.4 CONCEPTS AND FUNCTIONS
Please refer to the Systems Utilities Manual for a complete explanation of the concepts and
functions used throughout the TITAN system.




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1.5 THE BILL OF MATERIAL SYSTEM MENU
To select the Bill of Material system from the main menu, enter BM. The following modules
and programs for part of the Bill of Material system.

                         TITAN BILL OF MATERIALS MENU
                              BM1 - INPUT MODULE
  BM10    PRODUCTION INPUT           BM11 PRODUCTION FORECAST INPUT
                           BM3 - MAINTENANCE MODULE
  BM30    SUBASSEMBLY               BM33 EXPLODE A BILL
          MAINTENANCE
  BM31    ALTERNATE SEQUENCE        BM34 BILL RECOSTING
          MAINTENANCE
  BM32    SUBASSEMBLY COPY
                          BM5 - ENQUIRY/SCAN MODULE
  BM50    BILL OF MATERIAL          BM53 INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY
          ENQUIRY
  BM51    SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-       BM54 INDENTED WHERE-USED ENQUIRY
          USED ENQUIRY
  BM52    SUMMARISED BILL
          ENQUIRY
                              BM7 - PRINT MODULE
  BM70    BILL OF MATERIAL          BM75 MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT
          REPORT
  BM71    SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-       BM76 END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT
          USED REPORT
  BM72    SUMMARISED BILL           BM77 SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT
          REPORT
  BM73    INDENTED BILL REPORT      BM78 EFFICIENCY REPORT
  BM74    INDENTED WHERE-USED       BM79 PRODUCTION FORECAST REPORT
          REPORT


As you can see these modules are organised into functional groups. For example, the Input
Module (BM1) contains all the programs that are concerned with data input.
The menu system has pre-loaded the BM mnemonic and all that is required is to enter the
relevant module number for example, 1 for the input module.
To return to the main menu, enter M to select the main menu.




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                                                            2 SET UP AND RUN

2.1 GETTING STARTED
This section sets out the sequence of procedures that must be followed for setting up the Bill
of Materials System.
Some of the programs are contained in this system while others, which are common to most
Titan programs, will be found in the Utilities System. It is also necessary to install the
Inventory system.
Bill of Materials System program numbers are preceded by BM. System Utilities programs
are preceded by SU, and Inventory System program numbers by IV.

 Should any difficulties be encountered during this set-up procedure please
 contact the dealer or Distributor immediately.


After installing the system, proceed with the following SET-UP sequence;

  STEP       PROGRAM FUNCTION AND PROCEDURE
  1.         The Inventory and Systems Utilities Systems must be set up before
             starting this procedure.
             Refer to the relevant User Guides for detailed instructions.

  2.         BM00           The System Record Maintenance program contains
             Mandatory      various essential parameters that are used by the BM
                            system as well as some user-defined terminology.

  3.         IV30/33        Both the Company and Branch Inventory Maintenance
             Mandatory      programs are used to enter all component products
                            used by the Bill of Materials System.
                            Components that do not exist on the Inventory File
                            cannot be used to create a subassembly.

  4.         BM30           The Subassembly Maintenance program is used to
             Mandatory      add, amend and delete single-level subassembly
                            relationships.
                            Enter all the component products required by the Bill
                            of Materials System.
                            Components that do not exist on the Inventory File
                            cannot be used to create a subassembly.




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  STEP     PROGRAM      FUNCTION AND PROCEDURE
  5.       SU32         Set-up the start number for number type ‘b’ – BM77
           Optional     reference number if you are going to use the
                        automatic numbering feature in this program.
                        Remember to select it in BM00 - System record
                        Maintenance.

  6.       SU35         Set up the form to be used in program BM77 -
           Optional     Subassembly detail form print. The form type to be
                        used is BM. Please refer to Appendix B for further
                        information.

  7.       SU38         Protect all programs with passwords and ensure that
                        the "Super User", for example SYSADMIN, is given
                        password protection.



 As the system is a multi-company and multi-branch system, this sequence of set-
 up procedures needs to be repeated for each company/branch combination to be
 used on the system.




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2.2 THE SYSTEM PARAMETER PROGRAM - BM00
The system parameter file defines the global parameters that will apply to the Bill of
Materials System;
   The company/branch from which inventory information will be extracted.
   Selection of the default options available within the system.
These parameters need to be set up for each company and branch combination that use
the Bill of Materials.
Enter BM00 to select the program.
Press [F3] to save the parameters once they have been completed.
On all screens there is an F4 - COPY facility which allows you to copy all the details entered
from the currently selected Company and Branch to a different Company/Branch
combination. If details exist, you will be warned but will be able to continue if required.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.

      BILL OF MATERIALS - SYSTEM RECORD MAINTENANCE                         BM00   11/005
      CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
      BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN
      PRODUCT CO:                     [ 1] TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
      PRODUCT BR:                     [01] CAPE TOWN
      PRODUCT WH:                     [01] CENTRAL
      DEFAULT SEQUENCE   INCREMENT    [ 10] FOR SUBASSEMBLY COMPONENTS
      DEFAULT EFFECTIVE DATE INCR.   [ 365] DAYS
      COST ROLLUP USING               [6] STANDARD COST
      COST ROLLUP UPDATES BR. PRODUCT [Y]
      UPDATE BR. PRODUCT UNIT COST    [9] LAST PURCHASE COST
      AUTOMATIC NUMBERING FOR BM77       [Y]



      PRODUCT COST/SELLING   PRICE DESCRIPTIONS:
       1 - SELLING PRICE #   1       4 - SELLING PRICE # 4        7 - AVERAGE COST
       2 - SELLING PRICE #   2       5 - SELLING PRICE # 5        8 - FOREIGN COST
       3 - SELLING PRICE #   3       6 - STANDARD COST            9 - LAST PURCHASE COST
      F1 - FORWARD, F3 - UPDATE, F4 - COPY, F8 - DELETE, F9 - PRINT, F10 - CO/BR, ESC – EXIT




Level 1


PRODUCT CO                           :         2 digits.

PRODUCT BR                           :         2 digits.
                                               Select the company/branch combination which the Bill
                                               of Materials system is to use when accessing inventory
                                               data. This company/branch does not have to be the
                                               same as that in which the Bill is to be generated.




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PRODUCT WH            :   2 digits.
                          Warehouse code to be used when accessing inventory
                          masterfiles. This field is only prompted for if the
                          warehousing option has been selected in the Inventory
                          system.

DEFAULT SEQUENCE
INCREMENT             :   3 digits.
                          When creating subassemblies, a horizontal sequence
                          number is assigned to each component. This sequence
                          number increments by the default value as each new
                          component is added.
                          To facilitate the insertion of new components between
                          existing ones, choose a value such as 10 or 20 by
                          which to increments the sequence.

DEFAULT EFFECTIVE
DATE INCR.            :   4 digits.
                          Each component of a subassembly has a from and to
                          date which establishes its effective 'life'. The 'effective
                          from' date, is the system default date.
                          Enter the number of days by which the effective from
                          date is to be incremented, to arrive at the 'effective to'
                          date, for example 365 days.

COST ROLLUP USING     :   1 digit.
                          All costs relevant to products making up a subassembly
                          are accumulated to calculate the cost of each
                          subassembly making up the bill.
                          Select one of the product cost/selling prices, from those
                          displayed at the bottom of the screen, to be used as
                          the unit cost of a component when costing a
                          subassembly.
                          The default may be overridden each time cost rollup
                          takes place.

COST ROLLUP UPDATES
BR. PRODUCT           :   Y/N
                          Accept the default [N] if the Branch Inventory file is not
                          to be updated by the cost rollup procedure. If [Y] is
                          selected, the calculated costs of all subassemblies will
                          be used to update the unit cost or selling-price of the
                          branch inventory records for the subassemblies.




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UPDATE BR. PRODUCT
UNIT COST                       :     1 digit.
                                      Select one of the product cost/selling prices, from those
                                      displayed at the bottom of the screen, which will be
                                      updated by the cost rollup procedure.
                                      This option is only prompted for if [Y] has been entered
                                      in the field above.

AUTOMATIC NUMBERING
FOR BM77                        :     Y/N
                                      If you enter [Y] then the system will not allow you to
                                      enter a reference number in BM77 - Subassembly
                                      Detail Form Print, but will increment the number
                                      automatically starting at the next number recorded
                                      for type “b” in SU32 - Numbers File Maintenance.
Press [F3] to update the record, [F1] to select the next screen and continue entering the
system parameters or [F9] to print the parameters.




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Level 2

BM10 VARIABLES


     BILL OF MATERIALS - SYSTEM RECORD MAINTENANCE                                  BM00   11/003
     CO - 01 - HEAD OFFICE
     BR - 01 - HEAD OFFICE
     BM10 VARIABLES
     CREATE STOCK RECEIPTS                  [Y]
     CATEGORY TO USE FOR RECEIPTS           [1]      1 - IV30 PURCH CATG, 2 - ENTERED CATG
     CREATE STOCK ISSUES                    [Y]
     CATEGORY TO USE FOR ISSUES             [1]      1   -   IV30 SALES CATG, 2 - ENTERED CATG
     OPTION FOR INSUFFICIENT STOCK          [2]      1   -   DO NOT ISSUE ANY COMPONENT
                                                     2   -   ISSUE ALL (ALLOW NEGATIVE STOCK)
                                                     3   -   AVAILABLE STOCK FOR COMPLETED PARENT
                                                     4   -   AVAILABLE STOCK FOR ALL COMPONENTS
         ROLL UP COSTS FOR BILL (Y/N)       [Y]




     F1 - FORWARD, F2 - BACK, F3 - UPDATE, F8 - DELETE, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT



CREATE STOCK
RECEIPTS                                :         Y/N
                                                  If you select [Y], BM10 - Production Input will
                                                  generate stock receipts for the completed
                                                  manufactured items.

CATEGORY TO USE
FOR RECEIPTS                                      1 digit
                                                  [1] will automatically insert the purchase categories
                                                  from the IV30 - Company Inventory Maintenance
                                                  record when generating receipts.
                                                  [2] will allow you to enter a category.

CREATE STOCK
ISSUES                                  :         Y/N
                                                  If you select [Y], BM10 - Production Input will
                                                  generate stock issues for bills selected for
                                                  manufacture.

CATEGORY TO USE
FOR ISSUES                                        1 digit
                                                  [1] will automatically insert the sales categories from
                                                  the IV30 - Company Inventory Maintenance record
                                                  when generating issues.
                                                  [2] will allow you to enter a category.




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OPTION FOR
INSUFFICIENT STOCK                   :   1 digit
                                         [1] Do not issue any component. This option will issue
                                         NO stock for the parent if there is ANY stock
                                         shortages.
                                         [2] Issue all (allow negative stock). This option will
                                         issue all the required stock and will allow items to go
                                         onto a negative stock situation.
                                         [3] Available stock for completed parent. This will
                                         calculate how much of the requested parent can be
                                         produced by determining the availability of all
                                         components, and will then issue components
                                         proportionately for the maximum parent quantity that
                                         can be completed with all available components.
                                         [4] Available stock for all components. This will issue
                                         the maximum available per component, regardless
                                         how many items can be made from the available
                                         components.

An example may be of use here:

Parent A is made up of components AB x 2 and AC x 1.
BM10 requests production of 10 x A, (requiring AB x 20 and AC x 10).
Stock available: AB x 14, AC x 10, i.e. there is insufficient AB for the full production.


Option 1: No issue or receipt will take place at all.
Option 2: BM10 will issue 20 x AB, and 10 x AC. A x 10 will be received.
Option 3: BM10 will only issue for A x 7, not 10, therefore issuing 14 x AB, and 7 x AC.
           A x 7 will be received.
Option 4: BM10 will issue 14 x AB, and 10 x AC. A x 10 will be received.

ROLL UP COSTS FOR BILL               :   Y/N
                                         If you enter [Y] then cost will be rolled up before
                                         posting.

To select another company/branch press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the program without
making any changes. The delete option, [F8] may be used if the Bill of Materials system is
no longer to be used by this company/branch.




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Level 3
On completion of the header information and the selection of the [F1] option, the System
Terminology Maintenance screen is displayed.
     BILL OF MATERIALS - SYSTEM RECORD MAINTENANCE                        BM00   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN
     TERMINOLOGY                LONG           SHORT
     PARENT                     [PARENT    ]   [PAR.]
     HORIZONTAL SEQUENCE        [SEQUENCE ]    [SEQ.]
     WHERE-ASSEMBLED LOCATION   [SHOP #    ]   [SHOP]
     COST OF SUBASSEMBLY 1      [LABOUR    ]   [LAB.]
     COST OF SUBASSEMBLY 2      [OVERHEAD ]    [OHD.]
     SUBASSEMBLY REFERENCE      [REFERENCE ]   [REF.]
     SUBASSEMBLY REVISION #     [REVISION #]   [REV.]
     MANUFACTURE INSTRUCTIONS   [INSTRUCS. ]   [INST]
     ANY COMPONENT OF A BILL    [COMPONENT ]   [COMP]




     F2 - BACK, F3 - UPDATE, F8 - DELETE, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT




Refer to Appendix A for an explanation of the standard terminology with which the system is
delivered. This screen is used to enter specific terms to be used on screens and reports
which are relevant to the company.


LONG                                   :   10 characters.
                                           Enter the long form of the term to be used in this Bill of
                                           Materials system, for example PARENT.

SHORT                                  :   4 characters.
                                           The abbreviation of the long form, for example PAR.

                                      FUNCTION KEYS
  [F2]             Press to return to the header screen.
  [F3]             Press to update the record entered.
  [F10]            Press to select another company/branch.
  [F8]             Press to delete
  [ESC]            Press to exit the program without updating the file.




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                                                              3 INPUT MODULE

3.1 THE INPUT MODULE MENU
This module consists of the following programs ;
 BM10 - PRODUCTION INPUT
 BM11 – PRODUCTION FORECAST INPUT
Enter BM1 to display the Input Module, BM to return to the Bill of Materials menu or M to
return to the Main menu.




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3.2 PRODUCTION INPUT - BM10
The program allows you to enter the quantity of finished goods you wish to manufacture.
It posts standard production quantities to the standard usage file (STKSSUM) which can be
reported using BM78 - Efficiency Report.
The system will then generate issues for the raw materials required and/or receipts for the
finished items received. For this to operate correctly, you must respond [Y] to the relevant
options in BM00 - System record Maintenance.
Receipts use the Purchase Category, and Issues the Sales Category entered in IV30 -
Company Inventory Maintenance according to parameters set in IV00 - System record
Maintenance.
When transactions are passed to the Inventory system they are identifiable. ‘BM’ appears in
the stock reference and the bill number in the narrative. IV50 - Password Enquiries and
IV52 - Enquiries - Alt Sequence show ‘ISSBM’ as the transaction description.
There is an option in BM00 - System record Maintenance, which if set, will cause costs to
be rolled up prior to posting.
It also checks for superseded stock items.
Enter BM10 to select the program.
The operation of this menu item is similar to that described for BM75 - Manufacturing Bill
Report.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - PRODUCTION INPUT                              BM10   11/103
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                              PERIOD -     04
     BILL                         068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
     LAST EXPLODED                21/08/96 @ 12:00 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP             21/08/96 @ 12:00 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                    BRANCH PRODUCT UNIT COST/SELL NOT UPDATED


     PROCEED WITH
     SELECTION OF COMPONENT      [Y]




     F10 - BILL, ESC - EXIT




Level 1


BILL #                            :     15 characters
                                        The system prompts for the number of the bill, to be
                                        manufactured. Enter the bill number or press [F1] to
                                        scan the file in bill number sequence.



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Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
Press [F10] to select another company/branch combination, or [ESC] to terminate the
program.

PROCEED WITH SELECTION
OF COMPONENT           :              Y/N
                                      Enter [Y] to select a component or enter [N] to return to
                                      the bill selection screen.
The number, description and control information of the bill are displayed.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - PRODUCTION INPUT                               BM10   11/103
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -    04
     BILL#   068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
     LEVEL                   0
     SEQUENCE                1


     COMPONENT               068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
     SOURCE                  MANUFACTURED ITEM
     ACTUAL QUANTITY         1.0000         EACH
     UNIT COST               229.6330




     USE ARROW KEYS TO NAVIGATE, F3 - ACCEPT COMP, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




The first component of the selected bill is displayed. Find the component to be
manufactured, by using the arrow keys to navigate through the bill.
To select the component to be manufactured, press [F3]. Use the [F10] key to select
another bill or [ESC] to terminate the input process.




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Level 3
Details for the selected component displays as shown below.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - PRODUCTION INPUT                                   BM10   11/011
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                   PERIOD -     06
     BILL#                        068ADJ/WIT 46        WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE




     FROM LEVEL                               [ 1]
     TO LEVEL                                 [ 1]
     INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS? (Y/N)             [Y]
     NEW PAGE PER LEVEL?                      [Y]
     NEW PAGE PER PARENT                      [N]
     ENTER REQUIRED QUANTITY OF LEVEL 01      [         1.0000 ] EACH
     REFERENCE                                [         ]
     ISSUE CATEGORY                           [    ]
     RECEIPT CATEGORY                         [    ]
     PROCEED WITH POSTING?                    [N]


     F3 - POST, F10 - COMP                             , ESC – EXIT




Level 4


FROM LEVEL:                       2 digits
                                        Enter the level number from which the report is to
                                        begin.

TO LEVEL                          :        2 digits
                                           Enter the last level for which the report is to be
                                           produced.

INCLUDE PHANTOM
ITEMS? (Y/N)                      :        Y/N
                                           Accept the default [Y] to include phantom items, or
                                           enter [N] to exclude them.

NEW PAGE PER LEVEL?               :        Y/N
                                           Enter [Y] to generate a page break on a level change.

NEW PAGE PER PARENT?              :        Y/N
                                           Enter [Y] to generate a page break on a parent change.

ENTER REQUIRED
QUANTITY OF LEVEL X               :        9.4 digits
                                           Enter the quantity of the finished product to be
                                           manufactured. This quantity must be entered as Unit
                                           of Issue.




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REFERENCE                       :     8 characters
                                      You may leave this blank. However if you enter a
                                      reference this will be used when creating stock
                                      transactions.

ISSUE CATEGORY                        4 characters
                                      This prompt will only display if you selected the option
                                      in BM00 - System record Maintenance to enter
                                      categories rather than have the system automatically
                                      insert them from the IV30 - Company Inventory
                                      Maintenance record.

RECEIPT CATEGORY                :     4 characters
                                      This prompt will only display if you selected the option
                                      in BM00 - System record Maintenance to enter
                                      categories rather than have the system automatically
                                      insert them from the IV30 - Company Inventory
                                      Maintenance record.

PROCEED WITH
POSTING?                        :     Y/N
                                      Accept the default [Y] to begin the posting or enter [N]
                                      to re-select the component.

 There is an option in BM00 - System Record Maintenance that will govern whether
 the stock may go into negative or not. This program will always print a warning
 in the case of insufficient stock.
Press [F3] to accept the options selected or move the cursor to the field to be amended.
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the posting process.




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3.3 PRODUCTION FORECAST INPUT - BM11
The program allows you to enter production forecast quantities per bill of up to 108 periods.
These periods are user defined and may represent any period of time that you require, that
is days, weeks, months, quarters.
These quantities may be used to explode a bill and indicate how many of each component
will be required for each forecast period. This is done in program BM79 – Production
Forecast Report.
Enter BM11 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.


BILL#                               15 characters
                                      :
                                    Enter a bill number or use the scan facility.
A screen as the one shown below displays.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - PRODUCTION FORECAST INPUT                        BM11   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                  PERIOD -   01
     BILL# 128-15B          EA        UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2
     PERIOD  1 [        56.3000   ]
             2 [        29.8000   ]
             3 [        55.2000   ]
             4 [         0.0000   ]




     F3 - UPDATE, F6 - CLEAR, F8 - DELETE, F10 - BILL#, ESC – EXIT



PERIOD                                :     9.4
                                            You may enter values for up to 108 periods. Please
                                            ensure that you enter the values in unit of hold.

When you have entered as many values as required press [F3] to update the file.
Use other function keys as follows:
[F6] to clear all values previously entered.
[F8] to delete a forecast record.
[F10] to select another bill.
[Esc] to exit the program and return to the menu.



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                                              4 MAINTENANCE MODULE

4.1 THE MAINTENANCE MODULE MENU
This module consists of the following programs;
 BM30 - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE
 BM31 - ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE
 BM32 - SUBASSEMBLY COPY
 BM33 - EXPLODE A BILL
 BM34 - BILL RECOSTING
The BM30 module allows single-level (parent-to-component) subassembly relationships to
maintained.
The BM31 module allows alternate sequences to be set up for subassembly masterfile. This
allows subassemblies to be accessed and reported on in any of the user defined
sequences.
The BM32 module copies an existing subassembly to create another similar subassembly
which can then be modified as required.
After all the single-level parent/component relationships have been set up in BM30, BM33 is
run to create a fully exploded multi-level bill of material, which can then be accessed by
enquiry, report and interface programs. This process will be run if a bill has never before
been exploded, or if subassembly structures have changed since the previous explosion.
The BM34 program will recost a Bill when the component costs of a bill change, but not the
actual bill structure.
Enter BM3 to display the Maintenance Module Menu.




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4.2 SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE - BM30
The program is used to add, amend and delete single-level subassembly relationships. For
instance, to create the following bill, each subassembly within the bill would first be setup
using this program;


                                            Level
                  A                                   0


           B                        C                 1


  D                E                 F                2


Subassembly A consists of B and C.
Subassembly B consists of D and E.
Subassembly C consists of F.
Generation of the full multi-level bill structure for Subassembly A, is performed on request by
BM33 - The Bill Explosion program.
Enter BM30 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.
Subassemblies consists of a header and one or more components. The header represents
the 'part' that is constructed from certain components, and represents the 'Parent' of the
subassembly. Components are the various inventory items and/or subassemblies that make
up a subassembly.
The system prompts for a subassembly header code to be entered.




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4.2.1 ADDING SUBASSEMBLIES
Before a subassembly can be added to the system it must have been set-up as a product
using program IV33 - Branch Inventory Maintenance.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                       BM30   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                              PERIOD -   01
     PARENT      [001-1WB/WIT 46 ] PRODUCT SCAN, PRODUCT SEQ
     WAREHOUSE   [01]
     PRODUCT            WH ALPHA DESCRIPTION
     001-1WB/WIT 46 <-->01 COLACC WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     001WIT46           01 COLACC WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
     005/5WIT 46        01 COLACC WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK CON
     006S-20-WIT 46     01 COLACC 0070E SELECTA CRADLE FOR GRIP
     012 WIT 46         01 COLACC WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER
     028-WIT 46         01 COLACC WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY PATTERN
     067S/SF-WIT 46     01 COLACC WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPOUT
     068ADJ/WIT 46      01 COLACC WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
     084                01 L.KEY EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD
     100-15             01 BIBTAP PLAIN BIBTAP, RB. 15 mm
     106AQ-15           01 BIBTAP TOILET BIBTAP, CP., AQUILA
     106CA-15           01 BIBTAP TOILET BIBTAP,CP., CARINA 15mm
     107-20             01 BIBTAP HOSE BIBTAP,PB.(3/4 HOSE UNION

     F1 - SCAN FORWARDS, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT



PARENT                             :     15 characters
                                         Enter the product code of the parent to be added.
                                         Press [F5] to select the inventory file scan option and
                                         then [F1] to scan the inventory file in product number or
                                         alpha sequence. Use the pointers to select the
                                         inventory item to be added as the header for this
                                         subassembly.

 In addition, the subassembly file may be scanned by subassembly, in product
 number or alpha sequence. These scan options are designed to be used when
 subassemblies exist.


WAREHOUSE                          :     2 digits
                                         Enter the number of the warehouse from which
                                         information is to be obtained.




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The system displays the next screen.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                        BM30 11/003
     CO - 01 - HEAD OFFICE
     BR - 01 - HEAD OFFICE                                              PERIOD - 01
                                      LAST UPDATED BY SYSADMIN ON 16/08/1999 @ 13:57
     PARENT          F.GOODS 1        FINISHED GOODS 1
     WAREHOUSE      [01]
     SHOP #         [SHOP5   ]
     LABOUR         [      5.0000 ] AMT/PERC [A]
     OVERHEAD       [      3.5000 ] AMT/PERC [A]
     REFERENCE      [REFERENCE 10             ]
     REVISION #     [5000 ]
     PHANTOM? (Y/N) [N]
     CONVERT FROM ISSUE TO PARENT     [ ]

     DETAILS OK?   [Y]




     F8 - DELETE, F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT




Enter the following information on the subassembly header. Remember that the prompts
described below may differ from those on your screen as they are user defined. You will
have entered the terminology used by your company in program BM00 - System Record
Maintenance.


WHERE-ASSEMBLED                   :        8 characters.
                                           The location in which this subassembly is
                                           manufactured, for example Shop # 2 or Cost Centre
                                           2304. The description for this prompt is set up in
                                           program BM00 - System Record Maintenance and
                                           may be unique for every user.

COST OF
SUBASSEMBLY 1                     :        7.4 digits.

COST OF
SUBASSEMBLY 2                     :        7.4 digits.
                                           Costs associated with the manufacture of the
                                           subassembly, may be assigned to the process using
                                           these two fields, for example;
                                           Cost 1 - LABOUR 1.25 per unit
                                           Cost 2 - OVERHEAD 2.02 per unit.
                                           The descriptions for these prompts are set up in BM00
                                           - System Record Maintenance and may be unique
                                           for every user.




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AMT/PERC           :   A/P
                       The two above costs associated with the production of
                       a bill can be entered as a percentage or the material
                       cost, or as a fixed amount.
                       [A] The cost entered is a fixed rate per unit. This is
                       added to the calculated component cost during the
                       cost rollup to arrive at the final unit cost per parent.
                       [P] The figure entered is the percentage to be applied
                       to the total calculated component cost of the parent to
                       arrive at the final unit cost per parent.

SUBASSEMBLY
REFERENCE          :   25 characters
                       The descriptions for this prompt is set up in BM00 -
                       System Record Maintenance and may be unique for
                       every user.
                       A free format reference number for internal use.

SUBASSEMBLY
REVISION #         :   6 characters
                       A free format revision number. If required, update this
                       revision number each time the subassembly is
                       maintained.
                       The descriptions for this prompt is set up in BM00 -
                       System Record Maintenance and may be unique for
                       every user.

PHANTOM? (Y/N)     :   Y/N
                       Enter [Y] to show that this parent is to be classed as a
                       phantom, or [N] to add the parent as a non-phantom.
                       A phantom parent is a logical grouping of components
                       and is not normally stocked as a line item by the
                       company. Phantoms may be excluded from the bill
                       report or enquiry, to include only stocked items that
                       are used in the bill.
                       Accept the details displayed, to add the subassembly
                       header and permit entry of the components. To
                       change the details, enter [N] and move the cursor to
                       the field to be amended. Press [F10] to select another
                       header record.




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CONVERT FROM ISSUE
TO PARENT                          :   2 digits
                                       Conversion factors you may select are set up and
                                       maintained in IV35 - Product Weights/Measures
                                       Maintenance. A conversion factor is required to be
                                       entered for each bill, indicating how many stock units
                                       are produced by the recipe. This conversion factor is
                                       applied to the pricing rollup for the bills, the quantity of
                                       stock items received or issued and to bill reports. If you
                                       do not use this facility leave this field blank. For
                                       instance, if a recipe is designed to make 300 litres of
                                       a finished item, but the finished item is sold in litres
                                       then the conversion factor may be set up as :
                                       LITRES (Issue UOM) = SYRP (Bill UOM)/300.

Press [ESC] to exit the program.




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4.2.2 ADDING SUBASSEMBLY COMPONENTS
After creating the subassembly header, components of the subassembly are then added.
Each subassembly component 'detail' record is assigned a horizontal position within the bill.
This position or sequence is incremented by default set-up in program BM00 - System
Record Maintenance.
The component entry screen displays the subassembly header number and prompts for the
following fields to be completed;
Level 1


SEQUENCE                          :     5 digits.
                                        Accept the default displayed or enter the position
                                        indicator required. The default is the first increment
                                        value assigned in program BM00 - System Record
                                        Maintenance, for example if in BM00 the default
                                        subassembly sequence increment was set-up as 10,
                                        then the first default sequence for component entry is
                                        displayed as -Sequence [10].

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                     BM30   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                            PERIOD -   01
     PARENT      001-1WB/WIT 46
     SEQUENCE   [10   ]




     F1 - SCAN FILE, F4 - NEXT #, F10 - PAR., ESC - EXIT




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Level 2

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                       BM30   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                              PERIOD -      01
     PARENT                       001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     SEQUENCE                    10
     WAREHOUSE                  [01]
     COMPONENT                  [001WIT46        ] WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
     IDEAL QTY PER PARENT       [       1.0000 ]   EACH
     SCRAP %                    [ 0.000 ]
     ACTUAL QTY PER PARENT              1.0000
     EFFECTIVE START DATE       [89/07/03]
     EFFECTIVE END DATE         [89/08/02]
     INSTRUCS.                 [USE ONLY WHITE                 ]
     DETAILS OK? (Y/N)          [Y]




     F4 - REVIEW, F8 - DELETE, F10 - PAR., ESC - EXIT



BR/WH                             :     2 digits each
                                        Enter the number of the branch and warehouse where
                                        the information for the subsequent component will be
                                        found.

COMPONENT                         :     15 characters
                                        Enter the product number or subassembly number of
                                        the component. Press [F1] to scan the inventory file in
                                        product number sequence or [F5] to select the
                                        alternate scan options. These are inventory file in alpha
                                        sequence, subassembly file by product and
                                        subassembly file by in alpha sequence.

IDEAL QTY PER PARENT              :     7.4 digits.
                                        The ideal quantity of this component, required within
                                        the subassembly. The inventory unit of issue
                                        description is displayed alongside the Ideal Quantity
                                        per parent field. If this is an item where square metres
                                        are used as specified in IV30 - Company Inventory
                                        Maintenance, then a small window will be presented,
                                        requiring you to enter the Unit Quantity, Length and
                                        Width and the system will do the required calculations.
                                        This will be printed on BM75 - Manufacturing Bill
                                        Report.




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SCRAP %                          :     3.3 digits.
                                       Enter the percentage of the ideal quantity per parent
                                       which is wasted in the assembly process, for example
                                       10.0000.

ACTUAL QTY PER PARENT            :     7.4 digits.
                                       This amount is calculated by the system. The entered
                                       scrap % is applied to the ideal quantity to arrive at the
                                       actual quantity required within the subassembly.

EFFECTIVE START DATE             :     DD/MM/CCYY
                                       Accept the default date, being the system date, or enter
                                       the date from which the component is to be used in the
                                       subassembly.

EFFECTIVE END DATE               :     DD/MM/CCYY
                                       The end date is calculated using the effective date
                                       increment entered in BM00. Accept this default or
                                       amend it, to reflect the date on which the component is
                                       no longer to be used in the subassembly.
                                       These dates may be checked when a bill is exploded.
                                       Thus subassembly components may be setup in
                                       advance of the dates on which they become effective.

    BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                       BM30   11/001
    CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
    BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                              PERIOD -     01
    PARENT                      001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
    SEQUENCE                    10
    WAREHOUSE                  [01]
    COMPONENT                  [001WIT46       ] WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
    IDEAL QTY PER PARENT       [      1.0000 ]   EACH
    SCRAP %                    [ 0.000 ]
    ACTUAL QTY PER PARENT             1.0000
    EFFECTIVE START DATE       [89/07/03]
    EFFECTIVE END DATE         [89/08/02]
    INSTRUCS.                 [USE ONLY WHITE                ]
    DETAILS OK? (Y/N)          [Y]




    F4 - REVIEW, F8 - DELETE, F10 - PAR., ESC - EXIT



INSTRUCS.                        :     30 characters.
                                       This is a free format descriptive field, which may be
                                       used to describe manufacturing instructions.
                                       The description for this prompt is set up in program
                                       BM00 - System Record Maintenance and may be
                                       unique for every user.




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DETAILS OK? (Y/N)               :     Y/N
                                      Accept the default or make the required change.


Accept the details displayed to add the component and permit entry of the next item, or
enter [N] and amend the required fields. After adding a component, the system will auto-
increment the sequence number and prompt for entry of the next component.
Press [F4] to review the component of this subassembly or [F10] to return to the parent
record.




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4.2.3 AMENDING SUBASSEMBLIES
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.
Level 1
The system prompts for the identifier of the subassembly to be maintained.
Subassembly data may be scanned as follows;


SUBASSEMBLY FILE-                 product # sequence.
                                  -    alpha sequence.

INVENTORY FILE-                   product # sequence.
                                  -    alpha sequence.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                            BM30   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                  PERIOD -    01
     PARENT      001-1WB/WIT 46
     SEQUENCE   [10   ]
                                                                           EFFECTIVE
     SEQ.    COMPONENT      WH DESCRIPTION                 QUANTITY     FROM      TO
        10<-->001WIT46       01 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHO         1.0000   89/07/03 89/08/02
        20    005/5WIT 46    01 WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE          1.0000   89/07/03 89/08/02
        30    006S-20-WIT 46 01 0070E SELECTA CRADLE          1.0000   89/07/03 89/08/02
        40    012 WIT 46     01 WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HAN         1.0000   89/07/03 89/08/02
        50    028-WIT 46     01 WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY         1.0000   89/07/03 89/08/02
        70    067S/SF-WIT 46 01 WHITE DIVERTER BATH S         1.0000   89/07/03 89/08/02
        70    068ADJ/WIT 46  01 WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/         1.0000   89/07/03 89/08/02




     *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
     F1 - SCAN FILE, F4 - NEXT #, F10 - PAR., ESC - EXIT




Press [F5] to 'toggle' or change the displayed scan option, until the required one is
displayed.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                         BM30   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                PERIOD -   01
     PARENT      [001-1WB/WIT 46 ] SUBASSEMBLY FILE SCAN, PRODUCT SEQ
     WAREHOUSE   [01]
     PARENT             WH DESCRIPTION                    PHANTOM?
     001-1WB/WIT 46 <-->01 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA    N
     068ADJ/WIT 46      01 WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE    N
     128-15B            01 UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2    N
     404CA              01 BASIN SET NO.301 CARINA           N
     414CA              01 BATH SET NO.316 CARINA            N
     431AQ              01 SHOW CUBICLE SET BUILT-INAQUIL    N




     *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
     F1 - SCAN FILE, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT




Press [F1] to scan the subassembly or product file and [F2] to scan backwards.
Use the pointers to select the subassembly to be amended and press [ENTER] to display
the subassembly header record.
Select the field to be changed and enter the new information. Press [ENTER] to enable the
amendment of the component details.
Select [F10] to maintain the next subassembly header or [ESC] to exit the program.
On selection of component amendment, the header identifier is displayed and the sequence
of position field is pre-loaded with the sequence number of the first component.
Press [F1] to review all the components that are part of the subassembly. Use the pointers
to select the component to be amended or press [F4] to default to the next available
sequence, to enable the entry of an additional item.
The component detail is displayed. Move the cursor to the fields to be amended.
Press [ENTER] to select the next component record, [F4] to review the subassembly details
and [F10] to select another subassembly header record.
Use [ESC] to terminate the program with our effecting any changes to the file.




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4.2.4 DELETING SUBASSEMBLIES
Enter the subassembly to be deleted or scan the file and use the pointers to select the
required record. Once the header detail is displayed, press [F8] to begin the deletion
process.
The system then allows the operator to confirm that this subassembly is to be deleted.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE                        BM30 11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD - 01
                                      LAST UPDATED BY SYSADMIN ON 89/07/03 @ 17:07
     PARENT          001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     WAREHOUSE       01
     SHOP #         [DEPT A ]
     LABOUR         [     15.0000 ]
     OVERHEAD       [     10.0000 ]
     REFERENCE      [COMPLETED UNIT           ]
     REVISION #     [1     ]
     PHANTOM? (Y/N) [N]
     DETAILS OK?   [Y]




     OK TO DELETE THIS SUBASSEMBLY? (Y/N) [N]



OK TO DELETE
THIS SUBASSEMBLY?                 :     Y/N
                                        Accept the default [N] to prevent deletion, or enter [Y] to
                                        delete the subassembly.

 If the subassembly header record is deleted ALL associated components are
 also removed.
To delete a single component of a subassembly, select the relevant header record and
press [ENTER] to display the sequence selection screen.
Enter the sequence number of the component to be deleted of scan the file and select the
required component. Press [F8] to remove the component from the subassembly.




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4.3 ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE - BM31
This program provides the facility to group, print and view Subassemblies in a sequence
other than the master sequence.
Any number of new keys each one up to 30 characters long with up to 8 components, may
be defined.
Enter BM31 to select the program.
The Company/Branch combination may be optionally selected. Please see the GETTING
STARTED section at the beginning of this User Guide.
Level 1

     BILL OF MATERIALS - ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE                  BM31   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                PERIOD -   01
     ENTER FILE FOR ALTERNATE SEQUENCES     [1]   1 - SUBASSEMBLY MASTER FILE




     F3 - ACCEPT, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT



ENTER FILE FOR
ALTERNATE SEQUENCES               :       1 digit
                                          Enter [1] to select the subassembly masterfile.

ALTERNATE
SEQUENCE CODE                     :       4 characters.
                                          Enter a code for the alternate sequence to be created.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE                       BM31     11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                     SUBASSEMBLY MASTER FILE
     ALTERNATE SEQUENCE   BMAL
     DESCRIPTION          [ALTERNATE CODE - WAREHOUSE SEQ]
     HIERARCHY OF OPTIONS FOR ALTERNATE SEQUENCE :
     HIGH   PART   1      [ 5]   01   COMPANY                11   COMPONENT
            PART   2      [ 3]   02   BRANCH                 12
            PART   3      [11]   03   PARENT                 13   USER   DEFINED   1
            PART   4      [ 0]   04   NODE POSITION          14   USER   DEFINED   2
            PART   5      [00]   05   WAREHOUSE              15   USER   DEFINED   3
            PART   6      [00]   06   PARENT SHOP #          16   USER   DEFINED   4
            PART   7      [00]   07   PARENT REFERENCE       17   USER   DEFINED   5
     LOW    PART   8      [00]   08   PARENT REVISION #      18   USER   DEFINED   6
                                 09   LAST PARENT UPDATE     19   USER   DEFINED   7
                                 10   LAST PARNT UPDT USER   20   USER   DEFINED   8
     ALL TRANSACTIONS?    [N]
     DETAILS OK? (Y/N)    [Y]
     F3 - UPDATE, F8 - DELETE, F10 - CODES, ESC - EXIT




Level 2


DESCRIPTION                       :      30 characters.
                                         Enter a description to be associated with the alternate
                                         sequence code.

HIERARCHY OF OPTIONS

FOR ALTERNATE
SEQUENCE PART 1 TO 8              :      2 digits.


 These 8 fields make up the possible components of the alternate key.
 Enter the number associated with the component in each of the fields. For
 example, if an alternate key is to consist of the following 5 components
 (company, branch and 3 user defined components), the entries will be as follows
 :
      Part 1 : 01
      Part 2 : 02
      Part 3 : 11
      Part 4 : 12
      Part 5 : 13
 Where Part 1 is the highest level of sequencing and Part 8 the lowest level (or
 least important sequence). You may define all or none of the components if
 required.
If [F8] is pressed at this point, the code (set-up) and its associated alternate sequence
records will be deleted.




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ALL TRANSACTIONS?   :   Y/N.
                        [Y] If alternate sequence applies to all transactions for
                        subassemblies
                        If no user defined parts are used then [Y] automatically
                        allocates the new key to all accounts on file.
                        If [N] or any user-defined part used then each different
                        alternate code must be entered.
                        Accept the entries to proceed to the next level.




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Level 3

     BILL OF MATERIALS - ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE                   BM31     11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                     SUBASSEMBLY MASTER FILE
     ALTERNATE SEQUENCE BMAL     ALTERNATE CODE - WAREHOUSE SEQ
     ALTERNATE KEY SET UP :
                        START POSITION     LENGTH   DESCRIPTION TYPE   ALPHA/NUM
     WAREHOUSE                 [01]         [02]          [WH]              [N]
     PARENT                    [03]         [15]          [ ]               [A]
     COMPONENT                 [18]         [15]          [ ]               [A]




     F3 - UPDATE, F10 - OPTIONS, ESC - EXIT




This describes the components of the alternate key as defined under the previous level.


START POSITION                        :   2 digits.
                                          Mandatory for as many components as defined at the
                                          previous level. Indicates the start position of each of the
                                          components of the code.

LENGTH                                :   2 digits.
                                          Mandatory if a start position has been entered.
                                          Indicates the length of the component and may not
                                          exceed 30 characters. The sum of all the components
                                          including any blanks may not exceed 30 characters.

DESCRIPTION TYPE:                         2 characters.
                                          Optional. If a description is to be attached to the
                                          component enter the description type here. The
                                          description code must be present in the descriptions file
                                          when entering Bill Components as all entries are
                                          validated. Codes such as 'PG' for Product Group may
                                          be used, or user-defined codes starting with X, Y, Z.
                                          Description types are set up and maintained in program
                                          SU31 - Descriptions File Maintenance.

ALPHA/NUM                             :   A or N.
                                          If a component is defined as being numeric (N) this will
                                          be validated at all stages.
Press [F3] to update the record and proceed to the next level.




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Level 4

     BILL OF MATERIALS - ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE                     BM31   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                       SUBASSEMBLY MASTER FILE
     ALTERNATE SEQUENCE    BMAL   ALTERNATE CODE - WAREHOUSE SEQ
     SBASSEMBLY # FROM    [01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46 /00000]
                    TO    [01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46 /00040]
                                                                 MASTERFILE SCAN
     CO/BR/PARENT           /NODE     ALTERNATE CODE
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00000    01001-1WB/WIT 46
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00010    01001-1WB/WIT 46   001WIT46
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00020    01001-1WB/WIT 46   005/5WIT 46
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00030    01001-1WB/WIT 46   006S-20-WIT 46
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00040<-->01001-1WB/WIT 46   012 WIT 46
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00050    01001-1WB/WIT 46   028-WIT 46
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00070    01001-1WB/WIT 46   067S/SF-WIT 46
     01/01/001-1WB/WIT 46   /00070    01001-1WB/WIT 46   068ADJ/WIT 46
     01/01/068ADJ/WIT 46    /00000    01068ADJ/WIT 46
     01/01/068ADJ/WIT 46    /00010    01068ADJ/WIT 46    012 WIT 46
     01/01/068ADJ/WIT 46    /00020    01068ADJ/WIT 46    084
     F1 - SCAN FWD, F3 - UPDATE, F5 - SEQ, F8 - DELETE



SUBASSEMBLY #
FROM-TO                             :     Scan for subassemblies using [F1] or enter the
                                          required range to be linked to the alternate key.

 If any portion of an alternate sequence code has been defined as user defined,
 the whole of the alternate code will have to be entered by the operator for each
 master code to which it applies. Only if the alternate code consists solely of
 components of the master file can the system automatically create the alternate
 code.
 Care should be taken when creating an alternate code with a user defined
 component, NOT to enter a range of accounts unless all accounts in the range
 have the same user defined code, but to enter master accounts one by one.
 Alternatively, enter a range and then change the few that differ by deleting the
 already allocated code [F8] and then allocating a new one.


ALTERNATE CODE:                           As defined.
                                          If the alternate account number includes a user defined
                                          component an entry will be required. If not, the system
                                          will create the alternate keys as defined.
                                          If an alternate code has already been allocated in the
                                          range, it will NOT be changed. To alter a code it must
                                          first be deleted.




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4.4 SUBASSEMBLY COPY - BM32
This program copies an existing subassembly to generate another similar one. Once the
copy has been created the new subassembly can be modified as required.
Enter BM32 to select the program.
Level 1

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY COPY                                BM32   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                PERIOD -   01
     COPY FROM   [001-1WB/WIT 46 ] SUBASSEMBLY FILE SCAN, PRODUCT SEQ
     WAREHOUSE   [01]
     PARENT             WH DESCRIPTION                    PHANTOM?
     001-1WB/WIT 46 <-->01 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA    N
     068ADJ/WIT 46      01 WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE    N
     128-15B            01 UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2    N
     404CA              01 BASIN SET NO.301 CARINA           N
     414CA              01 BATH SET NO.316 CARINA            N
     431AQ              01 SHOW CUBICLE SET BUILT-INAQUIL    N




     *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
     F1 - SCAN FILE, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT



COPY FROM                          :     15 characters
                                         Enter the subassembly from which a copy is to be
                                         generated or press [F1] to scan the existing
                                         subassemblies in product sequence. To select the scan
                                         in subassembly alpha sequence press [F5] to toggle
                                         the scan option and then [F1].

WAREHOUSE                          :     2 digits
                                         Enter the number of the warehouse from which data
                                         regarding the subassembly is to be taken.
Select [F10] to return to the company/branch selection option and [ESC] to terminate the
program.




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Level 2

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY COPY                               BM32 11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD - 01
                                      LAST UPDATED BY SYSADMIN ON 89/07/03 @ 17:07
     PARENT          001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     WAREHOUSE       01
     SHOP #          DEPT A
     LABOUR               15.0000
     OVERHEAD             10.0000
     REFERENCE       COMPLETED UNIT
     REVISION #      1
     PHANTOM? (Y/N) N
     COPY TO       [108-15           ] PRODUCT SCAN, PRODUCT SEQ
     WAREHOUSE     [01]WH ALPHA    DESCRIPTION
     107-20            01 BIBTAP   HOSE BIBTAP,PB.(3/4 HOSE UNION
     107EA-21B         01 BIBTAP   HOSE BIBTAP,ELBOW ACTION,15mm
     108-15        <-->01 BIBTAP   HOSE BIBTAP RB(3/4 HOSE) 15mm
     108-20            01 BIBTAP   HOSE BIBTAP RB (3/4 HOSE) 22mm
     108LK-15          01 BIBTAP   HOSE BIBTAP RB.,(3/4 HOSE)15mm
     114CA-15          01 PILTAP   PATTERN PILLARTAP CARINA 15mm

     F1 - SCAN FORWARDS, F2 - SCAN BACKWARDS, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - PAR., ESC - EXIT



COPY TO                            :     15 characters
                                         Enter the new subassembly number or press [F1] to
                                         scan the file.

WAREHOUSE                          :     2 digits
                                         Enter the number of the warehouse from which data
                                         regarding the subassembly is to be taken.




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    BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY COPY                                BM32   11/001
    CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
    BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                PERIOD -   01
                                     LAST UPDATED BY SYSADMIN
    PARENT          001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
    WAREHOUSE       01
    SHOP #          DEPT A
    LABOUR               15.0000
    OVERHEAD             10.0000
    REFERENCE       COMPLETED UNIT
    REVISION #      1
    PHANTOM? (Y/N) N
    COPY TO         [108-15          ] HOSE BIBTAP RB(3/4 HOSE) 15mm
    EXECUTE COPY?   [Y]




    F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT



EXECUTE COPY?                    :       Y/N
                                         Enter [Y] to generate the copy or [N] to return to the
                                         'copy from' selection screen, without adding a new
                                         subassembly.




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4.5 EXPLODE A BILL - BM33
After all the single-level parent/component relationships have been set up in program BM30
- Subassembly Maintenance, this program will create a fully exploded multi-level bill of
material, which can then be accessed by enquiry/report/interface programs.
This process will be run if a bill has never before been exploded, or if subassembly
structures have changed since the previous explosion. It also checks for superseded stock
items.
Enter BM33 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.
Level 1

     BILL OF MATERIALS - EXPLODE A BILL                                  BM33   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                PERIOD -   01
     BILL                          001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                 89/07/05 @ 08:40 TO 03 LEVELS
     EARLIEST COMP EXPIRY DATE     89/08/02 *** EXPIRED COMP: 001WIT46
     LAST COST ROLLUP              89/07/05 @ 08:40 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                  UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST

     CHECK EFFECTIVE DATES (Y/N)   [Y]
     ROLLUP COSTS USING            [6] STANDARD COST
     BR. PRODUCT TO BE UPDATED?    [N]
     PROCEED WITH RE-EXPLOSION?    [Y]

     PRODUCT COST/SELLING PRICE DESCRIPTIONS:
      1 - SELLING PRICE # 1       4 - SELLING PRICE # 4       7 - AVERAGE COST
      2 - SELLING PRICE # 2       5 - SELLING PRICE # 5       8 - FOREIGN COST
      3 - SELLING PRICE # 3       6 - STANDARD COST           9 - LAST PURCHASE COST
      0 – FIFO COST
     F8 - DELETE, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




Specify the Bill of Material to be exploded or re-exploded;


BILL FROM TO                       :       15 characters.
                                           Enter the range of bills to be printed.
                                           Enter the Bill number or press [F1] to scan the file and
                                           select the required bill.
A variety of scan sequences may be selected by using the [F5] toggle key.
These are;
Scan existing bills in bill number (product number) sequence, or in inventory alpha
sequence. Used for locating a bill which already exists and is to be re-exploded.
Scan subassemblies in product number or product alpha sequence. Used to select a
subassembly which has not previously been exploded.
Press [F10] to select another company/branch combination or [ESC] to terminate the
program.


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The selected bill must be an existing parent on the subassembly master file.
If the bill selected already exists as an exploded bill control information for the bill is
displayed, for example date last exploded, number of levels etc.
The user then sets the following options for the explosion process;
Level 2


CHECK EFFECTIVE DATES              :       Y/N
                                           If [N] is entered, no checks will be performed on the
                                           effective start and end dates of components specified
                                           on the subassembly masterfile. All components will
                                           then be included in the exploded bill.
                                           Accept the default [Y] to exclude from the bill all
                                           subassembly details whose effective dates are beyond
                                           the explosion date, as specified on the
                                           company/branch option screen.

ROLLUP COSTS USING:                        1 digit.
                                           Specify which cost or selling price is to be used as the
                                           unit cost of components, when calculating the cost of
                                           subassemblies. This option defaults to that which was
                                           set-up in BM00.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - EXPLODE A BILL                                   BM33   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                  PERIOD -   01
     BILL # FROM                           001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     BILL # TO                             001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA

     CHECK EFFECTIVE DATES (Y/N)   [Y]
     ROLLUP COSTS USING            [6] STANDARD COST
     BR. PRODUCT TO BE UPDATED?    [N]
     PROCEED WITH RE-EXPLOSION?    [Y]

     PRODUCT COST/SELLING PRICE DESCRIPTIONS:
      1 - SELLING PRICE # 1       4 - SELLING PRICE # 4        7 - AVERAGE COST
      2 - SELLING PRICE # 2       5 - SELLING PRICE # 5        8 - FOREIGN COST
      3 - SELLING PRICE # 3       6 - STANDARD COST            9 - LAST PURCHASE COST
      0 - FIFO COST
     F8 - DELETE, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT



BR. PRODUCT
TO BE UPDATED?                     :       Y/N
                                           Only prompted for if this option was set in program
                                           BM00 - System Record Maintenance.
                                           Accept the default [N] and the branch inventory file will
                                           not be updated by the cost rollup procedure. If [Y] the
                                           calculated costs of all subassemblies will be used to
                                           update the branch inventory records for the
                                           components.




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UPDATE BRANCH
PRODUCT                         :     1 digit.
                                      Specify which branch stock unit cost or selling-price
                                      field is to be updated by the cost rollup process. Only
                                      prompted for if the above option was [Y].

PROCEED WITH
EXPLOSION? :                          Y/N
                                      Accept the default [Y] to explode the bill or enter [N] to
                                      re-enter the explosion options.

To select another bill, press [F10] and [ESC] to terminate the program without exploding the
bill. To delete an existing bill press [F8], the delete facility.




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4.6 BILL RECOSTING - BM34
This program is used when the component costs of a bill have changed, but not the actual
bill structure.
Enter BM34 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - BILL RECOSTING                                    BM34   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                  PERIOD -   01
     BILL                           001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                  91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP               91/08/08 @ 09:18 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                      BRANCH PRODUCT UNIT COST/SELL NOT UPDATED



     ROLLUP COSTS USING            [6] STANDARD COST
     BR. PRODUCT TO BE UPDATED?    [Y]
     UPDATE BRANCH PRODUCT         [6] STANDARD COST
     PROCEED WITH COST ROLLUP?     [Y]

     PRODUCT COST/SELLING   PRICE DESCRIPTIONS:
      1 - SELLING PRICE #   1       4 - SELLING PRICE # 4      7 - AVERAGE COST
      2 - SELLING PRICE #   2       5 - SELLING PRICE # 5      8 - FOREIGN COST
      3 - SELLING PRICE #   3       6 - STANDARD COST          9 - LAST PURCHASE COST
     F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




Level 1

BILL TO BE RECOSTED                 :      15 characters.
                                           Enter the Bill number or press [F1] to scan the file in bill
                                           number sequence or press [F5] to scan the file in alpha
                                           sequence.
                                           To recost ALL bills select the [F6] function.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - BILL RECOSTING                                   BM34   40-004
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                 PERIOD -   01
     BILL                           0006-01         CAMEO - WHITE
     LAST EXPLODED                  89/06/21 @ 08:30 TO 01 LEVELS
     EARLIEST COMP EXPIRY DATE      89/06/30
     LAST COST ROLLUP               89/06/21 @ 08:30 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                      BRANCH PRODUCT UNIT COST/SELL NOT UPDATED


     ROLLUP COSTS USING            [6] STANDARD COST
     BR. PRODUCT TO BE UPDATED?    [Y]
     UPDATE BRANCH PRODUCT         [6] STANDARD COST
     PROCEED WITH COST ROLLUP?     [Y]

     PRODUCT COST/SELLING   PRICE DESCRIPTIONS:
      1 - SELLING PRICE #   1       4 - SELLING PRICE # 4      7 - AVERAGE COST
      2 - SELLING PRICE #   2       5 - SELLING PRICE # 5      8 - FOREIGN COST
      3 - SELLING PRICE #   3       6 - STANDARD COST          9 - LAST PURCHASE COST
     F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




Press [F10] to select another company/branch combination or [ESC] to terminate the
program.
Control information for the bill selected is displayed. If the all bills option was selected, then
the control information is displayed as the bills are re-costed.
The user then sets the following options for the re-costing process.


ROLLUP COSTS USING                  :      1 digit.
                                           This displays the default for the bill but may be altered
                                           to any of the costs/selling prices displayed at the
                                           bottom of the screen.

BR. PRODUCT
TO BE UPDATED?                      :      Y/N
                                           Only prompted for if this option was set in program
                                           BM00 - System Record Maintenance.
                                           Accept the default [N] and the branch inventory file will
                                           not be updated by the cost rollup procedure. If [Y] the
                                           calculated costs of all subassemblies will be used to
                                           update the branch inventory records for the
                                           components.

UPDATE BRANCH
PRODUCT                             :      1 digit
                                           Specify which branch stock unit cost or selling-price
                                           field is to be updated by the cost rollup process. Only
                                           prompted for if the above option was [Y].




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PROCEED WITH COST
ROLLUP?                           :  Y/N
                                     Enter [Y] for the rollup to proceed or [N] to re-enter
                                     information.
The cost rollup procedure is the same as that which takes place in the final phase of bill
explosion (BM33). The costing options are complete in the same manner as for the
explosion process.
Press [F10] to select another bill for recosting or [ESC] to terminate the program.




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                                                 5 ENQUIRY MODULE

5.1 THE ENQUIRY MODULE MENU
This module consist of the following programs;
 BM50 - BILL OF MATERIAL ENQUIRY.
 BM51 - SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED ENQUIRY.
 BM52 - SUMMARISED BILL ENQUIRY.
 BM53 - INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY.
 BM54 - INDENTED WHERE-USED ENQUIRY.
Enter BM5 to display the Enquiry Module Menu.




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5.2 BILL OF MATERIAL ENQUIRY - BM50
This enquiry program provides the ability to examine on-line, the details of a selected bill. In
addition it is possible to 'navigate' through the various levels of the bill, selecting the starting
position numbers of the components to be displayed.
Enter BM50 to select the program.
The Company/branch combination and Enquiry date may be optionally selected. Please see
the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - BILL OF MATERIAL ENQUIRY                        BM50   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                PERIOD -   01
     BILL# [001-1WB/WIT 46 ] BILL# SEQ
     BILL#              DESCRIPTION
     001-1WB/WIT 46 <-->WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     068ADJ/WIT 46      WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
     128-15B            UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2
     404CA              BASIN SET NO.301 CARINA
     414CA              BATH SET NO.316 CARINA
     431AQ              SHOW CUBICLE SET BUILT-INAQUIL




     *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
     F1 - SCAN FILE, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT




Level 1

BILL #                             :     15 characters
                                         The system prompts for the bill to be enquired upon.
                                         Enter the bill number or press [F1] to scan the bills.
                                         Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the bills
                                         to be scanned in product alpha sequence.


To enquire on bills for another company/branch combination, press [F10], or [ESC] to
terminate the enquiry.
For this example accept the default selection, the bill number scan sequence.
Enter the bill product code or use the pointers to select the bill to be displayed. The product
code, description and control information of the bill are displayed.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - BILL OF MATERIAL ENQUIRY                      BM50   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                              PERIOD -    01
     BILL                         001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP             91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                 UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     START AT LEVEL              [ 1]
     PROCEED WITH ENQUIRY?       [Y]




     F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT



START AT LEVEL:                         2 digits
                                        Enter the level number within the bill, at which the
                                        enquiry is to begin.

PROCEED
WITH ENQUIRY?                     :    Y/N
                                       Accept the details displayed or enter [N] to re-select the
                                       level number.
For the selected level, the first component details are displayed. The default sequence is the
first position in the subassembly.
Use the arrow keys to 'navigate' through the bill. The up/down arrows will change the level
being displayed, that is the parent, and the left/right arrows allow horizontal movement
through the positions of the subassembly.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - BILL OF MATERIAL ENQUIRY                        BM50   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -    01
     BILL#   001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LEVEL                    1
     SEQUENCE                 1


     COMPONENT                001WIT46        WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
     SOURCE                   BOUGHT-OUT ITEM
     QTY PER PARENT           1.0000         EACH
     UNIT COST                63.4415




     USE ARROW KEYS TO NAVIGATE, F7 - ALT DISPLAY, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




The following details are displayed per component of the bill;


   LEVEL                 the level within the bill of this component
   SEQUENCE              the position of this component within the level
   COMPONENT             the product code and description.
   SOURCE                where the item starts from (bought-out, phantom or
                         manufactured item).
   QTY PER               amount per component.
   PARENT
   UNIT COST             cost per unit.


Use the [F7] function key to toggle or change the display of the quantities and costs.
Quantities may be displayed as the quantity per parent of a component OR the actual
quantity of the component at it's level and position.
Costs can be displayed as the unit cost of the component OR at the extended cost of the
component. For example, unit cost multiplied by whichever quantity is being displayed.




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5.3 SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED ENQUIRY - BM51
The program lists all the immediate parents or subassemblies in which a given component is
used.
Enter BM51 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.

BILL #                             :    15 characters
                                        The system prompts for the bill # to be enquired upon.
Enter the bill product code or press [F1] to scan the file in bill product code sequence.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED ENQUIRY                BM51   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -    01
     BILL                          001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                 91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP              91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                  UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     COMPONENT                    [001WIT46       ] COMPONENT   SEQ
     COMPONENT          DESCRIPTION                    SOURCE
     001WIT46       <-->WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.    B
     005/5WIT 46        WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK CON    B
     006S-20-WIT 46     0070E SELECTA CRADLE FOR GRIP     B
     012 WIT 46         WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER      B
     028-WIT 46         WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY PATTERN     B
     067S/SF-WIT 46     WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPOUT         B
     068ADJ/WIT 46      WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE    M
     084                EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD    B
     121-25             STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1010        B
     F1 - SCAN FORWARDS, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
To display where a component is used across ALL bills, use the [F6] function key.
Press [F10] to enquire on bills for another company/branch combination, or [ESC] to
terminate the enquiry.
The product code, description and control information of the bill are displayed. If the 'All Bills'
option has been selected, only the heading ALL BILLS is shown on the screen.




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COMPONENT:                                15 characters.
                                          Enter the component on which single-level where-used
                                          enquiry is required. Press [F1] to scan the file in
                                          component sequence or change to an alpha selection
                                          scan, using [F5]. Use the pointers to select the required
                                          component.
                                          When a specified bill is selected, only components
                                          present in that bill can be scanned. If the 'all bills' option
                                          is chosen, all components of all bills will be displayed in
                                          the scan.

      BILL OF MATERIALS - SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED ENQUIRY                  BM51   11/001
      CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
      BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                 PERIOD -   01
      BILL#   001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA            UNIT COST UOM
      COMP    005/5WIT 46      WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK CON                      EACH
      USED ON          DESCRIPTION             SOURCE LEVEL QUANTITY     UNIT COST UOM
      001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPI M 0       1.0000      702.5625 EACH




      *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
      F1 - SCAN FILE, F10 - COMP, ESC - EXIT



The following details of all immediate parents of the component are then shown.
   Used on (parent) product number
   Parent description
   Parent source code
   Parent level
   Quantity per parent
   Unit of measure
   Unit cost
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the enquiry.




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5.4 SUMMARISED BILL ENQUIRY - BM52
The program displays all components of a specified bill. Each component is shown once
only, with the summarised quantity for that component.
Enter BM52 to select the program.
The Company/branch combination and Enquiry date may be optionally selected. Please see
the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUMMARISED BILL ENQUIRY                        BM52   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -    01
     BILL                          001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                 91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP              91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                  UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     INCLUDE MANUFACTURED ITEMS?   [N]
     INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS?        [N]
     INCLUDE BOUGHT-OUT ITEMS?     [Y]
     PROCEED WITH ENQUIRY?         [Y]




     F3 - ACCEPT DETAILS, F10 - BILL, ESC - EXIT



BILL #                             :     15 characters
                                         The system prompts for the identifier of the bill to be
                                         scanned in alpha sequence.
Press [F10] to enquire on bills for another company/branch combination, or [ESC] to
terminate the enquiry.
The product code, description and control information of the bill are displayed. The required
source code options are then selected.

INCLUDE MANUFACTURED
ITEMS?                             :     Y/N
                                         If [Y] is entered all manufactured items will also be
                                         displayed.

INCLUDE PHANTOM
ITEMS?                             :     Y/N
                                         If [Y] is entered phantom items will also be displayed.

INCLUDE BOUGHT-OUT
ITEMS?                             :     Y/N
                                         If [Y] is entered bought-out items will also be displayed.




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PROCEED
WITH ENQUIRY?                       :Y/N
                                     Accept the details displayed or enter [N] to re-select the
                                     level number.
To include the above items in the summarised bill, enter [Y] against the relevant source. An
[N] will exclude components sourced from manufacture, which are phantom or are bought-
out.

      BILL OF MATERIALS - SUMMARISED BILL ENQUIRY                            BM52   11/001
      CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
      BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                    PERIOD -   01
      BILL#   001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
      COMPONENT        DESCRIPTION               SOURCE   UNIT COST   UOM       QUANTITY
      001WIT46         WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ B       63.4415   EACH        1.0000
      005/5WIT 46      WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK C B      251.1186   EACH        1.0000
      006S-20-WIT 46   0070E SELECTA CRADLE FOR GRI B       76.5186   EACH        1.0000
      012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER B       26.3423   EACH        2.0000
      028-WIT 46       WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY PATTER B       18.0117   EACH        1.0000
      067S/SF-WIT 46   WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPOUT    B       70.3592   EACH        1.0000
      068ADJ/WIT 46    WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/RO M       71.7707   EACH        1.0000
      084              EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIE B        1.4983   EACH        1.0000
      121-25           STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1010   B       19.2900   EACH        1.0000
      128-15B          UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1 M        4.6400   EACH        1.0000
      700M-15          SOLDER FIT SLIP COUPLER 15mm B        0.2200   EACH        1.0000
      64XS-15          SPARE CAPNUT 15mm            B        0.4200   EACH        1.0000


      *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
      F1 - SCAN FILE, F10 - OPTIONS, ESC - EXIT




For the bill/options selected, the following is displayed per component;
   Component product number
   Component description
   Component source code
   Unit cost
   Unit of measure
   Total quantity of the component used in the selected bill.
Press [F10] to re-select the source options, or [ESC] to terminate the enquiry.




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5.5 INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY - BM53
This program displays the contents of a bill in classic indented bill sequence, (i.e. as if the
bill were turned on its side and read Left to Right, Bottom to Top). The Company/branch
combination and Enquiry date may be optionally selected. Please see the GETTING
STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.
Enter BM53 to select the program.


BILL #                            :     15 characters
                                        The system prompts for the bill identifier of the bill.
                                        Enter the bill product code or press [F1] to scan the file
                                        in bill product code sequence.
Press [F5] to scan the file in alpha sequence. Press [F10] to enquire on bills for another
company/branch combination, or [ESC] to terminate the enquiry.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY                          BM53   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -    01
     BILL                          001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                 91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP              91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                  UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     COST OPTION                  [1]   1 - UNIT COST
                                        2 - EXTENDED COST
     QUANTITY OPTION              [1]   1 - QUANTITY PER PARENT
                                        2 - ACTUAL QUANTITY
     PROCEED WITH ENQUIRY?        [Y]



     F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




The product code, description and control information of the bill are displayed. The cost and
quantity options are then selected.


COST OPTION                       :     [1] Unit cost
                                        [2] Extended cost

QUANTITY OPTION                   :     [1] Quantity per parent
                                        [2] Actual quantity

PROCEED
WITH ENQUIRY?                     :     Y/N
                                        Accept the details displayed or enter [N] to re-select
                                        the cost and quantity options.
To select another bill press [F10] and [ESC] to terminate the program.



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      BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY                                 BM53   11/001
      CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
      BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                 PERIOD - 01
                                                            DISPLAY: UNIT COST
      BILL#    001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA       QTY PER PARENT
      PAGE#    1
       LEVEL   COMPONENT        DESCRIPTION          SOURCE   QUANTITY   UOM     UNIT COST
        1      001WIT46         WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWE B       1.0000   EACH      63.4415
        1      005/5WIT 46      WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BL B       1.0000   EACH     251.1186
        1      006S-20-WIT 46   0070E SELECTA CRADLE FO B       1.0000   EACH      76.5186
        1      012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDS B       1.0000   EACH      26.3423
        1      028-WIT 46       WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY P B       1.0000   EACH      18.0117
        1      067S/SF-WIT 46   WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPO B       1.0000   EACH      70.3592
        1      068ADJ/WIT 46    WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SH M       1.0000   EACH      71.7707
         2     012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDS B       1.0000   EACH      26.3423
         2     084              EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOC B       1.0000   EACH       1.4983
         2     121-25           STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1 B       1.0000   EACH      19.2900
         2     128-15B          UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF B M       1.0000   EACH       4.6400
          3    700M-15          SOLDER FIT SLIP COUPLER B       1.0000   EACH       0.2200
          3    64XS-15          SPARE CAPNUT 15mm       B       1.0000   EACH       0.4200

      F1 - SCAN FORWARDS, F7 - ALT. DISPLAY, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT



      BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY                                 BM53   11/001
      CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
      BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                 PERIOD - 01
                                                            DISPLAY: EXTENDED COST
      BILL#    001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA       QTY PER PARENT
      PAGE#    1
       LEVEL   COMPONENT        DESCRIPTION          SOURCE   QUANTITY   UOM    COST VALUE
        1      001WIT46         WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWE B       1.0000   EACH      63.4415
        1      005/5WIT 46      WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BL B       1.0000   EACH     251.1186
        1      006S-20-WIT 46   0070E SELECTA CRADLE FO B       1.0000   EACH      76.5186
        1      012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDS B       1.0000   EACH      26.3423
        1      028-WIT 46       WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY P B       1.0000   EACH      18.0117
        1      067S/SF-WIT 46   WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPO B       1.0000   EACH      70.3592
        1      068ADJ/WIT 46    WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SH M       1.0000   EACH      71.7707
         2     012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDS B       1.0000   EACH      26.3423
         2     084              EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOC B       1.0000   EACH       1.4983
         2     121-25           STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1 B       1.0000   EACH      19.2900
         2     128-15B          UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF B M       1.0000   EACH       4.6400
          3    700M-15          SOLDER FIT SLIP COUPLER B       1.0000   EACH       0.2200
          3    64XS-15          SPARE CAPNUT 15mm       B       1.0000   EACH       0.4200
      *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
      F1 - SCAN FILE, F7 - ALT. DISPLAY, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




The indented bill is then displayed. Per component, the following are shown;
   Level - indented according to its value
   Component product
   Component description
   Component source code
   Quantity - quantity per parent or actual quantity
   Unit of measure
   Cost - unit cost or extended cost value
The [F7] function is used to toggle the quantity and cost fields displayed.
Press [F10] to re-select the source options, or [ESC] to terminate the enquiry.




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5.6 INDENTED WHERE-USED ENQUIRY - BM54
This program displays where-used information of a bill component in classic indented
where-used sequence.
Enter BM54 to select the program.
The Company/branch combination and Enquiry date may be optionally selected. Please see
the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.


BILL #                            :     15 characters
                                        The system prompts for the identifier of the bill to be
                                        enquired upon. Enter the bill product code or press [F1]
                                        to scan the file in bill product code sequence.


Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
Press [F10] to enquire on bills for another company/branch combination, or [ESC] to
terminate the enquiry.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED WHERE-USED ENQUIRY                  BM54   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                             PERIOD -     01
     BILL                         001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP             91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                 UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     COMPONENT                    [001WIT46       ] COMP SEQ
     COMPONENT          DESCRIPTION                    SOURCE
     001WIT46       <-->WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.    B
     005/5WIT 46        WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK CON     B
     006S-20-WIT 46     0070E SELECTA CRADLE FOR GRIP     B
     012 WIT 46         WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER      B
     028-WIT 46         WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY PATTERN     B
     067S/SF-WIT 46     WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPOUT         B
     068ADJ/WIT 46      WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE    M
     084                EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD    B

     F1 - SCAN FORWARDS, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




The product code, description and control information of the bill are displayed.


COMPONENT                         :     15 characters.
                                        Enter the component on which indented where-used
                                        enquiry is required. Press [F1] to scan the file in
                                        component sequence or change to an alpha selection
                                        scan, using [F5]. Use the pointers to select the required
                                        component.




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      BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED WHERE-USED ENQUIRY                         BM54   11/001
      CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
      BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                    PERIOD -   01
      BILL#    001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA        UOM       UNIT COST
      COMP     084              EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD        EACH         1.4983
      PAGE#    1
       LEVEL   USED ON          DESCRIPTION            SOURCE QUANTITY UOM     UNIT COST
        1      068ADJ/WIT 46    WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHO M     1.0000 EACH       71.7707




      *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
      F1 - SCAN FILE, F10 - COMP, ESC - EXIT




The following details are shown per the specified component;
   Level
   Used on (i.e. parent) product number
   Parent description
   Parent source code
   Quantity per parent
   Unit of measure
   Unit cost
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the enquiry.




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                                                  6 PRINT MODULE

6.1 THE PRINT MODULE MENU
This module consists of the following programs;
 BM70 - BILL OF MATERIAL REPORT
 BM71 - SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED REPORT
 BM72 - SUMMARISED BILL REPORT
 BM73 - INDENTED BILL REPORT
 BM74 - INDENTED WHERE-USED REPORT
 BM75 - MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT
 BM76 - END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT
 BM77 - SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT
 BM78 - EFFICIENCY REPORT
 BM79 – PRODUCTION FORECAST REPORT
Enter BM7 to display the Print Module Menu.




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6.2 BILL OF MATERIAL REPORT - BM70
This report program prints the full details of a selected bill, to the required number of levels.
Enter BM70 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch combination and Report date may be optionally
selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.
Level 1


BILL #
TO                                :     15 characters
                                        You may enter a range of bills to be printed. Enter the
                                        bill numbers or press [F1] to scan the file in bill number
                                        sequence.


Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
To print bills for another company/branch combination, press [F10], or [ESC] to terminate
the Report.
Enter the bill number or use the pointers to select the bill to be displayed.
The number, description and control information of the bill are displayed.
Level 2


FROM LEVEL                        :     2 digits
                                        for example 01.

TO LEVEL                          :     2 digits
                                        for example 12.
                                        Enter the level number within the bill, for which the
                                        report will be extracted.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - BILL OF MATERIAL REPORT                        BM70   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -     01
     BILL                           001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                  91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP               91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                   UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST

     FROM LEVEL                   [1 ]
     TO LEVEL                     [ 3]
     INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS? (Y/N) [Y]
     NEW PAGE PER LEVEL?          [Y]
     NEW PAGE PER PARENT          [N]
     SHOW VARIANCE AGAINST        [6] STANDARD COST
     PROCEED WITH PRINT?          [Y]
     PRODUCT COST/SELLING   PRICE DESCRIPTIONS:
      1 - SELLING PRICE #   1       4 - SELLING PRICE # 4    7 - AVERAGE COST
      2 - SELLING PRICE #   2       5 - SELLING PRICE # 5    8 - FOREIGN COST
      3 - SELLING PRICE #   3       6 - STANDARD COST        9 - LAST PURCHASE COST
     F3 - ACCEPT DETAILS, F10 - BILL, ESC - EXIT



INCLUDE PHANTOM
ITEMS? (Y/N)                        :     Y/N
                                          Accept the default [Y] to include phantom items, or
                                          enter [N] to exclude them.

NEW PAGE PER LEVEL?                 :     Y/N
                                          Enter [Y] to generate a page break on a level change.

NEW PAGE PER PARENT?                :     Y/N
                                          Enter [Y] to generate a page break on a parent change.

SHOW
VARIANCE AGAINST                    :     1 digit
                                          For example, 6 - Standard Cost.
                                          All possible selections are shown at the bottom of the
                                          screen.

PROCEED WITH PRINT?                 :     Y/N
                                          Accept the details displayed and commence printing or
                                          enter [N] to re-select the report options.




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 CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED       BILL OF MATERIALS - BILL OF MATERIAL REPORT              DATE 98/08/08 @ 11:17 PAGE       1
 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                                                    BM70 11/001      PERIOD - 01
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 OPTIONS: LEVELS 1 TO 2 INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS: Y NEW PAGE PER LEVEL: N NEW PAGE PER SUBASS: N VARIANCE: STANDARD COST
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BILL # 068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE     LAST EXPLODED 91/08/08 @ 11:17     LAST COST ROLLUP 91/08/08 @ 11:17

                          QUANTITY      ------------------------ UNIT COST ------------------------          COST      STANDARD COST
 COMPONENT     SOURCE    PER PARENT UOM            LAB.          OHD.      MATERIAL          TOTAL         VALUE           VARIANCE

 LEVEL :   1     PARENT : 068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
                                               12.0000         8.0000           51.7707        71.7707                       71.7707
                                                                                                                              0.0000

 012 WIT 46      B         1.0000 EACH         0.0000           0.0000          26.3423        26.3423    26.3423            26.3423
 WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER   89/07/05 TO 99/12/31                                                                          0.0000

 084             B         1.0000 EACH         0.0000           0.0000           1.4983        1.4983      1.4983             1.4983
 EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD 89/07/05 TO 99/12/31                                                                          0.0000

 121-25          B         1.0000 EACH         0.0000           0.0000          19.2900        19.2900    19.2900            19.2900
 STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1010     89/07/05 TO 99/12/31                                                                          0.0000

 128-15B         M         1.0000 EACH         3.0000           1.0000           0.6400         4.6400     4.6400             4.6400
 UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2 89/07/05 TO 99/12/31                                                                          0.0000

 LEVEL :   2     PARENT : 128-15B         UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2 USED ON : 068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
                                                3.0000         1.0000         0.6400         4.6400                            4.6400
                                                                                                                               0.0000

 700M-15         B         1.0000 EACH         0.0000           0.0000           0.2200         0.2200     0.2200             0.2200
 SOLDER FIT SLIP COUPLER 15mm   89/07/05 TO 99/12/31                                                                          0.0000

 64XS-15         B         1.0000 EACH         0.0000           0.0000           0.4200         0.4200     0.4200             0.4200
 SPARE CAPNUT 15mm              89/07/05 TO 99/12/31                                                                          0.0000

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:      6




                                               * * *    E N D   O F      R E P O R T   * * *




                                              RM70 - BILL OF MATERIAL REPORT




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6.3 SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED REPORT - BM71
The program lists all the immediate parents or subassemblies in which a given component is
used.
Enter BM71 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch combination and Report date may be optionally
selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED REPORT                    BM71   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                  PERIOD -   01
     BILL                          001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                 91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP              91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                  UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     COMPONENT                    [001WIT46        ] COMPONENT   SEQ
     COMPONENT          DESCRIPTION                     SOURCE
     001WIT46       <-->WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.     B
     005/5WIT 46        WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK CON     B
     006S-20-WIT 46     0070E SELECTA CRADLE FOR GRIP      B
     012 WIT 46         WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER       B
     028-WIT 46         WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY PATTERN      B
     067S/SF-WIT 46     WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPOUT          B
     068ADJ/WIT 46      WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE     M
     084                EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD      B
     121-25             STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1010         B
     F1 - SCAN FORWARDS, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT

Level 1


BILL #                             :     15 characters
                                         The system prompts for the product code of the bill, to
                                         be reported upon. Enter the bill number or press [F1] to
                                         scan the file in bill number sequence.
Press [F5] to scan the file in alpha sequence. To print a report showing where a component
is used in ALL bills, use the [F6] function key. To print bills for another company/branch
combination, press [F10], or [ESC] to terminate the Report. The number, description and
control information of the bill are displayed. If the 'All Bills' option has been selected, only the
heading ALL BILLS shown on the screen.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED REPORT                  BM71   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                PERIOD -   01
     BILL#   001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     COMP    001WIT46         WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
     PROCEED WITH PRINT?           [Y]




     F10 - COMP, ESC - EXIT




Level 2


COMPONENT                          :        15 characters
                                            Enter the component on which single-level where-used
                                            report is required. Press [F1] to scan the file in
                                            component sequence or change to an alpha selection
                                            scan, using [F5]. Use the pointers to select the required
                                            component.
When a specified bill is selected, only components present in that bill can be reported upon.
If the 'all bills' option is chosen, all components of all bills will be displayed in the scan.
Level 3

PROCEED WITH PRINT?                :     Y/N
                                         Accept the default [Y] to begin the report or enter [N] to
                                         re-select the component.
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the Report.




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 CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED       BILL OF MATERIALS - SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED REPORT       DATE 98/08/08 @ 10:28 PAGE       1
 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                                                    BM71 11/001      PERIOD - 01
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ALL BILLS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 COMP 001WIT46                 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ. UNIT COST:        63.4415 EACH

 USED ON          DESCRIPTION            SOURCE LEVEL QUANTITY         UNIT COST UOM

 001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPI M   0    1.0000         702.5625 EACH
 431AQ            SHOW CUBICLE SET BUILT-INAQU M   0    1.0000         205.7200 EACH

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:      2




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6.4 SUMMARISED BILL REPORT - BM72
The program prints all components of a specified bill. Each component is printed once only,
with the summarised quantity for that component.
Enter BM72 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUMMARISED BILL REPORT                         BM72   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -    01
     BILL                          001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                 91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP              91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                 UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     INCLUDE MANUFACTURED ITEMS?   [Y]
     INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS?        [Y]
     INCLUDE BOUGHT-OUT ITEMS?     [Y]
     PROCEED WITH PRINT?           [Y]




     F3 - ACCEPT DETAILS, F10 - BILL, ESC - EXIT




Level 1


BILL #                             :     15 characters
                                         The system prompts for the product of the bill, to be
                                         reported upon. Enter the bill number or press [F1] to
                                         scan the file in bill number sequence.


Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
Press [F10] to print for another company/branch combination or [ESC] to terminate the
report.
The number, description and control information of the bill are displayed. The required
source code options are then selected.


INCLUDE MANUFACTURED
ITEMS?                             :     Y/N
                                         If [Y] is entered all manufactured items will also be
                                         displayed.




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INCLUDE PHANTOM
ITEMS?                           :     Y/N
                                       If [Y] is entered phantom items will also be displayed.

INCLUDE BOUGHT-OUT
ITEMS?                           :   Y/N
                                     If [Y] is entered bought-out items will also be displayed.
To include the above items in the summarised bill, enter [Y] against the relevant source.
Enter [N] to exclude components source from manufacture which are phantom or are
bought-out.


PROCEED WITH PRINT?              :     Y/N
                                       Accept the default [Y] to begin the report or enter [N] to
                                       re-select the component.
Press [F3] to accept the default selections and begin printing.
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the reporting process.




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 CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED        BILL OF MATERIALS - SUMMARISED BILL REPORT               DATE 98/08/08 @ 09:30 PAGE      1
 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                                                    BM72 11/001      PERIOD - 01
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 OPTIONS: INCLUDE MANUFACTURED ITEMS: Y         INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS: Y             INCLUDE BOUGHT-OUT ITEMS: Y
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BILL # 001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA      LAST EXPLODED 91/08/08 @ 09:18     LAST COST ROLLUP 91/08/08 @ 09:20

                                                                          UNIT           SUMMARISED    ----------ACTUAL STOCK----------
 COMPONENT        DESCRIPTION                            SOURCE           COST UOM         QUANTITY          FREE    ON HAND   ON ORDER

 001WIT46         WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.               B       63.4415 EACH           1.0000       20.00      28.00       0.00
 005/5WIT 46      WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK CON               B      251.1186 EACH           1.0000        0.00       6.00       0.00
 006S-20-WIT 46   0070E SELECTA CRADLE FOR GRIP                B       76.5186 EACH           1.0000        0.00       6.00       0.00
 012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER                 B       26.3423 EACH           2.0000      200.00     200.00       0.00
 028-WIT 46       WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY PATTERN                B       18.0117 EACH           1.0000        0.00       0.00       0.00
 067S/SF-WIT 46   WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPOUT                    B       70.3592 EACH           1.0000      100.00     100.00       0.00
 068ADJ/WIT 46    WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE               M       71.7707 EACH           1.0000       88.00      88.00       0.00
 084              EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD                B       1.4983 EACH           1.0000      222.00     222.00       0.00
 121-25           STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1010                   B       19.2900 EACH           1.0000      100.00     100.00       0.00
 128-15B          UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2                M       4.6400 EACH           1.0000      200.00     200.00       0.00
 700M-15          SOLDER FIT SLIP COUPLER 15mm                 B        0.2200 EACH           1.0000      100.00     100.00       0.00
 64XS-15          SPARE CAPNUT 15mm                             B       0.4200 EACH           1.0000       80.00      80.00       0.00

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:     12




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                                              BM72 - SUMMARISED BILL REPORT




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6.5 INDENTED BILL REPORT - BM73
This program reports the contents of a bill in classic indented bill sequence, (i.e. as if the bill
were turned on its side and read Left to Right, Bottom to Top).
Enter BM73 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch/warehouse combination and Report date may be
optionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this
user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED BILL REPORT                           BM73   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -    01
     BILL                          001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                 91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP              91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                  UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     COST OPTION                  [1]   1 - UNIT COST
                                        2 - EXTENDED COST
     QUANTITY OPTION              [1]   1 - QUANTITY PER PARENT
                                        2 - ACTUAL QUANTITY
     PROCEED WITH PRINT?          [Y]




     F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




Level 1

BILL #                             :     15 characters
                                         The system prompts for the product of the bill, to be
                                         reported upon. Enter the bill number or press [F1] to
                                         scan the file in bill number sequence.


Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
Press [F10] to print for another company/branch combination, or [ESC] to terminate the
report.
The number, description and control information of the bill are displayed. The cost and
quantity options are then selected.




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Level 2


COST OPTION                       :     [1] Unit cost
                                        [2] Extended cost

QUANTITY OPTION                   :     [1] Quantity per parent
                                        [2] Actual quantity

PROCEED WITH PRINT?               :    Y/N
                                       Accept the default [Y] to begin the report or enter [N] to
                                       re-select the component.
Accept the details displayed or enter [N] to re-select the cost and quantity options.
To select another bill press [F10] and [ESC] to terminate the program.
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the reporting process.




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 CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED         BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED BILL REPORT                 DATE 98/08/08 @ 09:30 PAGE     1
 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                                                    BM73 11/001      PERIOD - 01
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 OPTIONS: UNIT COST       QUANTITY PER PARENT
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BILL # 001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA      LAST EXPLODED 91/08/08 @ 09:18     LAST COST ROLLUP 91/08/08 @ 09:20

 LEVEL COMPONENT         DESCRIPTION         SOURCE    QUANTITY UOM           COST

  1     001WIT46         WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWE   B    1.0000   EACH      63.4415
  1     005/5WIT 46      WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BL   B    1.0000   EACH     251.1186
  1     006S-20-WIT 46   0070E SELECTA CRADLE FO   B    1.0000   EACH      76.5186
  1     012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDS   B    1.0000   EACH      26.3423
  1     028-WIT 46       WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY P   B    1.0000   EACH      18.0117
  1     067S/SF-WIT 46   WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPO   B    1.0000   EACH      70.3592
  1     068ADJ/WIT 46    WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SH   M    1.0000   EACH      71.7707
   2    012 WIT 46       WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDS   B    1.0000   EACH      26.3423
   2    084              EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOC   B    1.0000   EACH       1.4983
   2    121-25           STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1   B    1.0000   EACH      19.2900
   2    128-15B          UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF B   M    1.0000   EACH       4.6400
    3   700M-15          SOLDER FIT SLIP COUPLER   B    1.0000   EACH       0.2200
    3   64XS-15          SPARE CAPNUT 15mm         B    1.0000   EACH       0.4200

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:      13




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6.6 INDENTED WHERE-USED REPORT - BM74
This program reports where-used information of a bill component in classic indented where-
used sequence.
Enter BM74 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch combination and Report date may be optionally
selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED WHERE-USED REPORT                   BM74   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                             PERIOD -     01
     BILL                         001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LAST EXPLODED                91/08/08 @ 09:18 TO 03 LEVELS
     LAST COST ROLLUP             91/08/08 @ 09:20 USING 6 - STANDARD COST
                                                 UPDATED 6 - STANDARD COST


     COMPONENT                    [001WIT46       ] COMP SEQ
     COMPONENT          DESCRIPTION                    SOURCE
     001WIT46       <-->WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.    B
     005/5WIT 46        WHITE SPIRAFLEX TUBE BLACK CON    B
     006S-20-WIT 46     0070E SELECTA CRADLE FOR GRIP     B
     012 WIT 46         WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER      B
     028-WIT 46         WHITE SHOW/ARM, HEAVY PATTERN     B
     067S/SF-WIT 46     WHITE DIVERTER BATH SPOUT          B
     068ADJ/WIT 46      WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE    M
     084                EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD    B

     F1 - SCAN FORWARDS, F5 - TOGGLE, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




Level 1


BILL #                            :     15 characters
                                        The system prompts for the number of the bill, to be
                                        reported upon. Enter the bill number or press [F1] to
                                        scan the file in bill number sequence.


Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
Press [F10] to print for another company/branch combination, or [ESC] to terminate the
report.
The number, description and control information of the bill are displayed.




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Level 2

     BILL OF MATERIALS - INDENTED WHERE-USED REPORT                     BM74   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                               PERIOD -   01
     BILL#   001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     COMP    001WIT46         WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
     PROCEED WITH PRINT?          [Y]




     F10 - COMP, ESC - EXIT



COMPONENT                          :     15 characters
                                         Enter the component on which indented where-used
                                         report is required. Press [F1] to scan the file in
                                         component sequence or change to an alpha selection
                                         scan, using [F5]. Use the pointers to select the required
                                         component.

PROCEED WITH PRINT?                :     Y/N
                                         Accept the default [Y] to begin the report or enter [N] to
                                         re-select the component.
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the reporting process.




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 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                                                    BM74 11/001      PERIOD - 01
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BILL # 001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA      LAST EXPLODED 91/08/08 @ 09:18     LAST COST ROLLUP 91/08/08 @ 09:20
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 COMP 001WIT46                 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.

 LEVEL USED ON           DESCRIPTION           SOURCE QUANTITY UOM    UNIT COST

 0     001-1WB/WIT 46    WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER M    1.0000 EACH     702.5625

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:      1




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                                        BM74 - INDENTED WHERE-USED REPORT




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6.7 MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT - BM75
This program prints a Bill of Material showing manufacture-type information instead and
costs.
Enter BM75 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/branch combination and Report date may be optionally
selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT                     BM75   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                              PERIOD -   01
     BILL # FROM                        001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     BILL # TO                          001-1WB/WIT 48   RED CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA


     PROCEED WITH
     SELECTION OF COMPONENT      [Y]




     F10 - BILL, ESC - EXIT




Level 1


BILL #                            :     15 characters
                                        The system prompts for the number of the bill, to be
                                        reported upon. Enter the bill number or press [F1] to
                                        scan the file in bill number sequence.
                                        You may enter a range of bills.


Press [F5] to change the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha sequence.
Press [F10] to select another company/branch combination, or [ESC] to terminate the
report.


PROCEED WITH SELECTION
OF COMPONENT           :              Y/N
                                      Enter [Y] to select a component or enter [N] to return to
                                      the bill selection screen.
The number, description and control information of the bill are displayed.




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     BILL OF MATERIALS - MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT                          BM75   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                  PERIOD -      01
     BILL#    001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
     LEVEL                     2
     SEQUENCE                  1
     PARENT                    068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
     COMPONENT                 012 WIT 46      WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER
     SOURCE                    BOUGHT-OUT ITEM
     ACTUAL QUANTITY           1.0000           EACH
     UNIT COST                 26.3423




     USE ARROW KEYS TO NAVIGATE, F3 - ACCEPT COMP, F10 - BILL#, ESC - EXIT




The first component of the selected bill is displayed. Find the component to be reported on,
by using the arrow keys to navigate through the bill.
Use the arrow keys to 'navigate' through the bill. The up/down arrows will change the level
being displayed, that is the parent, and the left/right arrows allow horizontal movement
through the positions of the subassembly.
To select the component to be reported upon, press [F3]. Use the [F10] key to select
another bill or [ESC] to terminate the reporting process.


Level 3
Details for the selected component displays as shown below.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT                          BM75   11/103
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                   PERIOD -     04
     BILL#                          068ADJ/WIT 46      WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE




     FROM LEVEL                                [1 ]
     TO LEVEL                                  [ 3]
     INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS? (Y/N)              [Y]
     NEW PAGE PER LEVEL?                       [Y]
     NEW PAGE PER PARENT                       [N]
     ENTER REQUIRED QUANTITY OF LEVEL 01       [        1.0000 ] EACH
     PRINT QTYS REQD TO MAKE LEVEL 01?(Y/N)    [N]
     REFERENCE                                 [        ]
     PRINT INSUFFICIENT STOCK WARNING?(Y/N)    [Y]
     PRINT ONLY WHERE INSUFFICINT STOCK?       [N]
     PROCEED WITH PRINT?                       [Y]



     F3 - ACCEPT DETAILS, F10 - COMP                              , ESC - EXIT




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Level 4


FROM LEVEL             :   2 digits
                           Enter the level number from which the report is to
                           begin.

TO LEVEL               :   2 digits
                           Enter the last level for which the report is to be
                           produced.

INCLUDE PHANTOM
ITEMS? (Y/N)           :   Y/N
                           Accept the default [Y] to include phantom items, or
                           enter [N] to exclude them.

NEW PAGE PER LEVEL?    :   Y/N
                           Enter [Y] to generate a page break on a level change.

NEW PAGE PER PARENT?   :   Y/N
                           Enter [Y] to generate a page break on a parent change.
ENTER REQUIRED
QUANTITY OF LEVEL X    :   9.4 digits
                           Enter the quantity of the finished product to be
                           manufactured. This quantity must be entered as Unit
                           of Issue.

PRINT QTYS REQD
TO MAKE LEVEL X?       :   Y/N
                           If you entered [1] above, then you may enter [N]. If your
                           entry above was greater than 1, then this will default to
                           [Y] and you will not be able to change it.
                           The [Y] is only relevant where you have conversion
                           factors in BM30 - Subassembly Maintenance in
                           which case the conversion factor will be used and
                           the correct quantities will be printed.

REFERENCE              :   8 characters
                           You may optionally enter any meaningful reference
                           to be printed on the report.

PRINT INSUFFICIENT
STOCK WARNING?         :   Y/N
                           If you enter [Y] then the system will give you a
                           warning if there is insufficient stock for this task and
                           will also print how many parents can be produced
                           with the available stock.




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PRINT ONLY WHERE
INSUFFICIENT STOCK?             :     Y/N
                                      If you enter [Y] only those items with insufficient stock
                                      will print.

PROCEED WITH PRINT?             :     Y/N
                                      Accept the default [Y] to begin the report or enter [N] to
                                      re-select the component.
Press [F3] to accept the options selected or move the cursor to the field to be amended.
To select another component press [F10] or [ESC] to terminate the reporting process.




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 CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED         BILL OF MATERIALS - MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT            DATE 98/08/08 @ 09:31 PAGE      1
 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                                                    BM75 11/001      PERIOD - 01
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BILL # 001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA      LAST EXPLODED 91/08/08 @ 09:18     LAST COST ROLLUP 91/08/08 @ 09:20
 COMP   068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
 OPTIONS: LEVELS 2 TO 3 INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS: Y NEW PAGE PER LEVEL: Y NEW PAGE PER SUBASS: N
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 COMPONENT        DESCRIPTION                SOURCE       QTY REQD UOM    INSTRUCS.                 LEAD TIME                 ISSUED

 LEVEL :   2      PARENT : 068ADJ/WIT 46 WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE USED ON : 001-1WB/WIT 46        WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA
               REFERENCE : SUB -ASS OF COMP                          REVISION # : 1                     WORKS ORDER :

 012 WIT 46      WHITE CASCADE ADJ/HANDSHOWER     B         1.0000   EACH USE WHEN PARENT UNASSEMBLED       0.00   WEEKS
 084             EXTRA LOOSE KEY FOR LOCKSHIELD   B         1.0000   EACH                                   0.00   WEEKS
 121-25          STOPTAP, RB., F X F BS1010       B         1.0000   EACH                                   0.00   WEEKS
 128-15B         UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2   M         1.0000   EACH                                   0.00   WEEKS

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BILL # 001-1WB/WIT 46 WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA      LAST EXPLODED 91/08/08 @ 09:18     LAST COST ROLLUP 91/08/08 @ 09:20
 COMP   068ADJ/WIT 46   WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
 OPTIONS: LEVELS 2 TO 3 INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS: Y NEW PAGE PER LEVEL: Y NEW PAGE PER SUBASS: N
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 COMPONENT       DESCRIPTION                 SOURCE       QTY REQD UOM    INSTRUCS.                 LEAD TIME                 ISSUED

 LEVEL :   3      PARENT : 128-15B       UNDERWALL STOPTAP FXF BLUE 1/2 USED ON : 068ADJ/WIT 46         WHITE HYDROMATIC ADJ/SHOW/ROSE
               REFERENCE :                                           REVISION # : 1                     WORKS ORDER :

 700M-15          SOLDER FIT SLIP COUPLER 15mm    B         1.0000 EACH                                     0.00   WEEKS
 64XS-15          SPARE CAPNUT 15mm               B         1.0000 EACH                                     0.00   WEEKS

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:      6




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6.8 END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT - BM76
A report is produced for a specified component, listing each bill in which the component
occurs, displaying the summarised quantities.
Enter BM76 to select the program.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT                    BM76   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                              PERIOD -   01
     COMPONENT   001WIT46      WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
     PROCEED WITH PRINT?         [Y]




     F3 - ACCEPT DETAILS, F10 - COMP, ESC - EXIT




Level 1


COMPONENT                         :     15 characters.
                                        The system prompts for the product of the component
                                        to be reported upon. Enter the product or press [F1] to
                                        scan the file in product sequence. Press [F5] to change
                                        the sequence to enable the file to be scanned in alpha
                                        sequence.

PROCEED WITH PRINT?               :     Y/N
                                        Accept the default [Y] to begin the report or enter [N] to
                                        re-select the component. Press [F3] to accept options
                                        selected or move the cursor to the field to be amended.




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 CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED         BILL OF MATERIALS - END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT           DATE 98/08/08 @ 10:39 PAGE     1
 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                                                    BM76 11/001      PERIOD - 01
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 COMPONENT : 001WIT46        WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ.
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 USED ON BILL#         DESCRIPTION                       SUMMARISED QUANTITY

 431AQ                   SHOW CUBICLE SET BUILT-INAQUIL                   1.0000
 001-1WB/WIT 46          WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA                   1.0000

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:       2




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                                          BM76 - END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT




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6.9 SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT - BM77
The program prints a user defined form using any of the data available on the subassembly
file. It can print such details as company, branch and component descriptions, start and end
dates, and so forth.
In addition it can use input from a flat file which could for instance have been produced
using the Titan Report Writer.
Enter BM77 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch combination and Report date may be optionally
selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT                 BM77   11/002
     CO - 01 - HEAD OFFICE
     BR - 01 - HEAD OFFICE
     BM FORM TYPE:               [BM ]
     DUPLICATE REQUIRED?         [N]
     PRINT TEST REQUIRED?        [N]
     INPUT FROM FILE? (Y/N)      [N]
     DETAILS OK? (Y/N)          [Y]




     F9 - PRINT OPTIONS, F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT




Level 1


FORM TYPE                         :     This form is set up in program SU35 - Customised
                                        Form Maintenance form type BM.

DUPLICATE REQUIRED?               :     Y/N
                                        If [Y] is entered duplicate forms will be printed side by
                                        side.

 If this option is used, the width of a single document, as specified in program
 SU35 - Customised Form Maintenance, may not exceed 66 characters.




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PRINT TEST REQUIRED?               :     Y/N.
                                         Enter [Y] if a test print is required. This is normally the
                                         case where the correct line up of a pre-printed form is
                                         essential.

INPUT FROM FILE? (Y/N)             :     Y/N
                                         [Y] If you wish to print details from a flat file.
                                         [N] to enter sequence and range of items from the Titan
                                         system.

DETAILS OK?                              Y/N.

The following screen displays only if you selected to print items from a flat file.
Level 2

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT                   BM77   11/002
     CO - 01 - HEAD OFFICE
     BR - 01 - HEAD OFFICE

     INPUT FILE NAME              [CHANGES       ]
     REFERENCE                    [REF       ]


     PRINT TOTALS? (Y/N)          [N]
     DETAILS OK? (Y/N)            [Y]




     F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT



INPUT FILE NAME                    :     12 characters
                                         Enter the name of the file containing the data.
                                         The program will produce a form for each valid parent
                                         listed in the file. Please refer to the Flat File Document
                                         for a layout of this file.

REFERENCE                          :     8 characters
                                         Enter any reference which is to be printed on all forms
                                         or leave this field blank. If you selected the ‘Automatic
                                         Numbering for BM77’ option in BM00 - System record
                                         Maintenance, this prompt will not display and the
                                         system will automatically use the next number type ‘b’
                                         on the numbers file as created in program SU32 -
                                         Numbers File Maintenance.




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PRINT TOTALS? (Y/N)               :    Y/N
                                       Enter [Y] if totals required.

DETAILS OK? (Y/N)                 :    Y/N

Press [F10] to return to the subassembly selection screen. The [ESC] key will end the
program. If you did NOT select to use a flat file as input, than the screen below is Level 2.




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Level 2

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT                        BM77   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN
     ALTERNATE SEQUENCE CODE      [       ]
     CODE    DESCRIPTION
     BMAL<-->ALTERNATE CODE - WAREHOUSE SEQ       SUBASSEMBLY FILE




     *** NO MORE ITEMS ***
     F1 - SCAN, F10 - PREV.SCRN



ALTERNATE
SEQUENCE CODE                         :       4 characters
                                              Enter a blank code if you wish the subassemblies to
                                              print in the normal sequence, or enter the required
                                              alternate sequence. These sequences are set up in
                                              program BM31 - Alternate Sequence Maintenance.

SUBASSEMBLY # FROM                    :       15 characters

SUBASSEMBLY # TO                      :       15 characters
                                              Enter the subassemblies for which you wish forms to
                                              be produced or use [F1] to scan the subassemblies on
                                              file.
Press [F10] to return to alternate code selection screen. The [ESC] key will end the
program.

CONSOLIDATION AND PAGE SKIP PARAMETERS
The following details will only be requested if an alternate sequence was selected. A 'Y' or
'N' entry will be required for each portion of the selected alternate key.


CONSOLIDATION (Y/N)                   :       Y/N
                                              If [Y] is entered consolidated totals will print where the
                                              particular part of the key changes.

PAGE SKIP (Y/N)                       :       Y/N
                                              If [Y] is entered a page will be skipped where the
                                              particular part of the key changes.




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Level 3

     BILL OF MATERIALS - SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT                    BM77   11/001
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN
     PARENT                FROM   001-1WB/WIT 46
                             TO   431AQ
     REFERENCE                    [        ]
     QUANTITY TO MANUFACTURE      [       1.00 ]
     PRINT TOTALS? (Y/N)          [N]
     DETAILS OK? (Y/N)            [Y]




     F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT



REFERENCE                             :   8 characters
                                          Enter any reference which is to be printed on all forms
                                          or leave this field blank. If you selected the ‘Automatic
                                          Numbering for BM77’ option in BM00 - System record
                                          Maintenance, this prompt will not display and the
                                          system will automatically use the next number type ‘b’
                                          on the numbers file as created in program SU32 -
                                          Numbers File Maintenance.

QUANTITY TO
MANUFACTURE                           :   7.2 digits

PRINT TOTALS? (Y/N)                   :   Y/N
                                          Enter [Y] if totals required.

DETAILS OK? (Y/N)                     :   Y/N
Press [F10] to return to the subassembly selection screen. The [ESC] key will end the
program.




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 PARENT                                 WH

 404CA             BASIN SET NO.301     01


 WH COMPONENT          DESCRIPTION                          QTY REQ

 01   220F-15          FLARED PILLARTAP ADAP.15mmX1/2         1.0000
 01   195CA            SINGLE BASIN MIX. SWIVEL CARIN         1.0000
 01   158 AQ           3 TAPHOLEBASIN COMBIN. AQUILA          2.0000
 01   701M-108         STRAIGHT COUPLER C X C 108mm           2.0000
 01   701M-TC-15       STR. TAP CONNECT. CXF.I.15X1/2         2.0000
 01   64XS-15          SPARE CAPNUT 15mm                      2.0000
 01   001-1WB/WIT 46   WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER SPIRA         3.0000
                                                             13.0000
                                                        -------------




                                             BM77 - Subassembly Detail Form Print




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6.10         EFFICIENCY REPORT - BM78
This program may be run to compare the standard usage against actual usage and against
a 12 month moving average per raw material product.
The standard usage is obtained by running BM10 - Production Input which posts the
standard quantities for the production of the bills to a standard usage file (STKSSUM).
The RETAIN PRICE SUMMARY in IV00 - System record Maintenance must be set to [Y],
and ENTER PRICE SUMMARY OPTIONS must be set to [T] in order for the average usage
to print.
Enter BM78 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch combination and Report date may be optionally
selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - EFFIENCY REPORT                                   BM78   11/101
     CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED                             CON
     BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                                                   PERIOD -   07
     WAREHOUSE   FROM   [   ]
                   TO   [   ]
     PRODUCT     FROM   [             ]
                   TO   [             ]
     DETAILS OK? (Y/N) [Y]




     F9 - PRINT OPTIONS, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT




Level 1
A ‘blank’ in the fields below will mean ‘all’ warehouses and products.

WAREHOUSE FROM                    :        2 digits
                                           Enter the warehouse from which you want to start
                                           printing.

WAREHOUSE TO                      :        2 digits
                                           Enter the last warehouse for which you want to print
                                           details.

PRODUCT FROM                      :        2 digits
                                           Enter the warehouse from which you want to start
                                           printing.




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PRODUCT TO         :   2 digits
                       Enter the last warehouse for which you want to print
                       details.

DETAILS OK?(Y/N)   :   Y/N
                       Accept the default [Y] to begin the report or enter [N] to
                       change selection details.




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 CO - 03 - INTERNATIONAL                  BILL OF MATERIALS - EFFICIENCY REPORT                    DATE 06/06/98 @ 14:15 PAGE       1
 BR - 01 - DURHAM                                                                                        BM78 11/100      PERIOD - 04
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 PRODUCT         DESCRIPTION                     UOM CURR MONTH STANDARD USAGE     ACTUAL USAGE   % EFFICIENCY
                                                      12 MTH AVG
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 WAREHOUSE : 01   RAW MATERIALS

 01100            CROWN CLOSURES COKE              THOU       CURR:          16.94              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:           5.14              3.73    137.80

 01300            BOTTLE 300ML                     EACH       CURR:       17136.00               0.00     0.00
                                                            12 MMA:        2448.00            1020.41   239.90

 01400            BOTTLE 500ML                     EACH       CURR:           0.00              0.00     0.00
                                                            12 MMA:           0.00              0.00     0.00

 02100            GAS C02                          LT         CURR:          24.99              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:           7.58              1.48    512.16

 02200            SUGAR WHITE REFINED CRYSTALS     KG         CURR:         431.65              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:         129.66             94.00    137.93

 02300            WATER METER READING 23           LT         CURR:        4829.93              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:        1465.37            291.66    502.42

 04000            CONCENTRATE COKE 1               LT         CURR:           1.95              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:           0.60              0.11    545.45

 04100            CONCENTRATE COKE 2               LT         CURR:           1.95              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:           0.60              0.11    545.45

 WAREHOUSE : 02   SYRUP TANKS

 04500            SUGAR BASE                       LT         CURR:         528.98              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:         163.28             31.48    518.67

 05000            SYRUP COKE                       LT         CURR:         527.66              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:         160.18             31.40    510.12

 WAREHOUSE : 03   FINISHED GOODS

 01200            CRATE EMPTY 24 COKE 300ML        EACH       CURR:         714.00              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:         102.00             42.50    240.00

 09000            CFB 300ML COKE x 24              EACH       CURR:         714.00              0.00      0.00
                                                            12 MMA:         216.75             41.66    520.28

 09100            CFB 500ML COKE x 24              EACH       CURR:           0.00              0.00     0.00
                                                            12 MMA:           0.00              0.00     0.00

 10000            COKE CASE OF 24 X 300ML          EACH       CURR:           0.00              0.00     0.00
                                                            12 MMA:           0.00              0.00     0.00


                                                 * * *    E N D   O F   R E P O R T   * * *




                                                            BM78 - Efficiency Report




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6.11        PRODUCTION FORECAST REPORT - BM79
This program may be run to indicate future usage of components according to details
entered in program BM11 – Production Forecast Input.
Enter BM79 to select the program.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch combination and Report date may be optionally
selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this user guide.
A screen like the one shown below displays.

     BILL OF MATERIALS - PRODUCTION FORECAST UPDATE AND REPORT              BM79   11/002
     CO - 01 - HEAD OFFICE
     BR - 01 - HEAD OFFICE                                                  PERIOD -    02
     ENTER OPTION                     [1]    1   -   PRINT FORECAST REPORT
                                             2   -   RECREATE FORECAST FILE FROM BM11
     REPORT SEQUENCE                  [1]    1   -   COMPONENT
                                             2   -   BILL
     BILL                        FROM [                     ]
                                   TO [                     ]
     COMPONENT                   FROM [                    ]
                                   TO [                    ]
     PERIOD                      FROM [001] TO [999]
     WAREHOUSE #                      [01] MAIN STORE




     F1 - SCAN, F3 - CONTINUE, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT



ENTER OPTION                      :       1 digit
                                          Select [1] to print the forecast report and [2] to recreate
                                          the forecast file.

 We strongly recommend that you always select option [2] first. If you do not, you
 may print a report which does not include all your latest forecasts. Option 2 does
 not produce a report but it populates the file BMFCAST for the purpose of
 running Option 1.
 Option 2 also allows you to optionally include/exclude phantom and
 manufactured items.


REPORT SEQUENCE                   :       1 digit
                                          Select [1] to print in component sequence and [2] to
                                          print in bill sequence.

FROM BILL                         :       15 characters
                                          Enter the start bill number.




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TO BILL                           :   15 characters
                                      Enter the end bill number

FROM COMPONENT                    :   15 characters
                                      Enter the start component number.

TO COMPONENT                      :   15 characters
                                      Enter the end component number.

PERIOD FROM – TO                  :   3 characters each.
                                      Enter the periods you wish the forecast to cover.

WAREHOUSE                         :   2 digits
                                      This prompt will only display if you selected to print in
                                      component sequence.
                                      Select the warehouse or enter ‘00’ to indicate all
                                      warehouses.

Press [F3] to print the report.




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 CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED      BILL OF MATERIALS - PRODUCTION FORECAST REPORT           DATE 02/04/98 @ 10:17 PAGE       1
 BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN                      COMPONENT SEQUENCE                                       #0681 BM79 11/001      PERIOD - 02
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 WH - 01 - CENTRAL
 BOM/COMPONENT      DESCRIPTION                    UOH QTY ON HAND     ON ORDER       LEADTIME
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 001WIT46              WHITE CASCADE HANDSHOWER ADJ. EA                  9.00          50.00     12.33    WEEKS
   1:        10         2:       10       3:       10

 900002                CORVIC S5718                     EA              9599.00          0.00
   1:        45.1250    2:      90.2500   3:       123.3750

 900009                CHEMSTAB ESBO                    KG         197599.00             0.00
   1:        64.0337    2:     128.0675   3:       120.1012

 904002                PARALOID K125                    KG              9000.00          0.00
   1:        10.0787    2:      20.1575   3:         0.2362

 907001                TITANIUM DIOXIDE RCR             KG              9000.00          0.00
   1:        10.0337    2:      20.0675   3:         0.1012

 BM-2                  ITEM OF BM-1 - MANUFACTURED        EA               0.00          0.00
   1:         5         2:       10

 BM-FASCIA             FASCIA HELD IN 4M LENGTHS          4MT           100.25           0.00
   1:         1         2:        2

 BULLET                UMBRELLA BULLET                    EA             20.00           0.00
   1:        10         2:        2       3:         3

 C32                   FOAM WHITE (BM BATCH 181.08KG) KG                  0.00           0.00
   1:         1         2:        2       3:        4

 CAP                   UMBRELLA CAP                       EA             20.00           0.00
   1:        10         2:        2       3:         3

 CHECK FABRIC          UMBRELLA CHECK FABRIC              EA            1000.00          0.00
   1:     1800          2:      360       3:       540

 HANDLE                UMBRELLA HANDLE                    EA             20.00           0.00
   1:        10         2:        2       3:         3

 JC-ABC-SAND           SAND                               EA            2000.00-         0.00      0.71    WEEKS
   1:       20          2:         40

 TIP                   UMBRELLA TIP                       EA             10.00           0.00
   1:        80         2:       16       3:         24

 NO. OF ITEMS PRINTED:        14




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                                                                 APPENDIX A

A1. TERMINOLOGY

  TERMINOLOGY    EXPLANATION
  BOM            A Bill of Material is the complete structure of bought-out items,
                 subassemblies, and subassembly process costs that together
                 make up a finished product.
  COMPONENT      Terminology for any component of a bill. Would typically be setup
                 as NODE or COMPONENT.
  END ITEM       Any item that may be sold, either as a full assembly or a
                 replacement part. Also referred to as a finished good. It is
                 generally the top item in a product structure though it may itself
                 be a component of a larger assembly.
  EXPLOSION      Term used for expanding all subassemblies within a BOM so that
                 subassembly components are detailed at all levels.
  HORIZONTAL     Describes the numeric sequence relationship of components
  SEQUENCE       within a subassembly ( 'POSITION' or 'SEQUENCE').
                 For example subassembly D consists of G and H.
                                                     D

                              G                                  H
                 When creating a subassembly, each component is then allocated
                 a 'sequence' number (i.e. 10 for G and 20 for H).
  IMPLOSION      The reverse of explosion traces the structure from a component
                 through its parents all the way up to the end item.
  LEVEL          Level 0 is the 'top' of the Bill of Material.
                 Level 1 are those components and subassemblies which directly
                 make up the final product
                 Level 2 consists of a subassembly BOM for each subassembly
                 appearing on Level 1
                 Levelling continues as the system allows subassemblies to
                 consists of further subassemblies (with a maximum of 99 levels of
                 subassemblies).
  LOW LEVEL      Lowest level in any BOM at which the item appears.
  CODE
  MANUFACTURE    Terminology for the free format manufacturing instructions stored
  INSTRUCTIONS   per component of a subassembly.




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   TERMINOLOGY     EXPLANATION
   NODE            Terminology for any components of a bill. Thus a node can be a
                   subassembly, phantom item or bought-out item. Every node must
                   be a valid inventory item present on the company and branch
                   inventory masterfiles.
   PARENT          Any bill consists of various subassemblies, each of which may
                   consists of further subassemblies. Parent terminology refers to
                   the parent in a parent/component relationship. Typically this
                   would be setup as 'PARENT' or 'SUB-BILL'.
   PHANTOM ITEM    A subassembly which is known as a phantom because it is not
                   normally stored as a stocked item but is a convenient grouping of
                   component parts.
   SEQUENCE        The horizontal (left to right) sequence of position of a node
                   (component) on a level.
   SOURCE CODE     Identifies the type of each component within a bill. The following
                   values may apply;
                   M - Manufactured Item
                   P - Phantom Item
                   B - Bought-in Item
   SUBASSEMBLIES   Components can be assembled to create another item which is
                   called a parent or subassembly. A parent will have relationships
                   with one or more component. A component may be used in many
                   different assemblies, each of which would be considered a
                   parent.
   SUBASSEMBLY     Two soft descriptions, for example LABOUR and OVERHEADS
   COST 1 AND      for the costs associated with the manufacture of a subassembly.
   COST 2
   SUBASSEMBLY     Terminology for a free format reference number stored per
   REFERENCE       subassembly.
   SUBASSEMBLY     Terminology for a free format revision number stored per
   REVISION        subassembly.
   WHERE-USED      The term applying to all parent(s) of a given component.
                   Single-level where used' refers to the immediate parent(s) of a
                   given component.
   WHERE-          Describes the physical location code, for example SHOP or
   ASSEMBLED       WORK CENTRE i.e. a code identifying where the subassembly
                   process physically takes place.




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A2. TERMINOLOGY THAT MAY BE USER-DEFINED
The system is delivered with certain standard terminology. Use BM00 - System Record
Maintenance Record program to set-up specific terminology for your company.
  TERMINOLOGY            EXPLANATION
  COMPONENT              Terminology for any component of a bill. Would typically
                         be set up as NODE or COMPONENT.
  HORIZONTAL             Describes the numeric sequence relationship of
  SEQUENCE               components within a subassembly, for example
                         "POSITION' or 'SEQUENCE'.
  MANUFACTURE            Terminology for the free format manufacturing instructions
  INSTRUCTIONS           stored per component of a subassembly.
  NODE                   Terminology for any component of a bill. Thus a node can
                         be a subassembly, phantom item or bought-out item.
                         Every node must be a valid inventory item present on the
                         company and branch inventory masterfiles.
  PARENT                 Any bill consists of various subassemblies, each of which
                         may consists of further subassemblies. Parent
                         Terminology refers to the parent in a parent/component
                         relationship. Typically this would be set up as 'PARENT' or
                         'SUB-BILL'.
  SUBASSEMBLY            Two soft descriptions, for example LABOUR and
  COST 1 AND COST        OVERHEADS for the costs associated with the
  2                      manufacture of a subassembly.
  SUBASSEMBLY            Terminology for a free format reference no. stored per
  REFERENCE              subassembly.
  SUBASSEMBLY            Terminology for a free format revision no. stored per
  REVISION               subassembly.
  WHERE-                 Describes the physical location code, for example SHOP
  ASSEMBLED              or WORK CENTRE.
  LOCATION




                                                                           Appendix - 99
                                                                               APPENDIX B

B1. DEFINITION OF FORM TYPE BM
You must decide which of the available details you wish to print on your Subassembly Detail
Form. This document is produced by program BM77 - Subassembly Detail Form Print.
You will define these forms in program SU35 - Customised Form Maintenance. Refer to
the System Utilities User Guide for general information.

 It is advisable to print and file a copy of each form created. This will prove useful
 if for any reason the forms have to be recreated.
When you have selected form type BM the first set up screen is displayed.

GENERAL DATA - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY
This section defines the dimensions of the form. The system will ensure that details for the
various sections do not fall outside the parameters defined here.

     SYSTEM UTILITIES - CUSTOMISED FORM MAINTENANCE                     SU35   11/004
     GENERAL DATA - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY
     DESCRIPTION                                [SUBASSEMBLY        ]
     FORM LENGTH (Lines):                       [066]
     FORM WIDTH (Columns):                      [080]
     START OF BODY:                             [010]
     END   OF BODY:                             [070]


     SUMMARY:         HEADER:         Line 001 to 009
                      BODY:           Line 010 to 070
                      TRAILER:        Line 061 to 066
     IS THE ABOVE INFORMATION CORRECT? (Y/N)    [Y]
     F1 - NEXT, F3 - ACCEPT, F8 - DELETE, F9 - PRINT, F10 - NEXT FORM, ESC - EXIT



DESCRIPTION                       :      20 characters
                                         Enter a form description to identify this document.

FORM LENGTH
(Lines)                           :      3 digits
                                         Enter the total number of lines that can be printed on
                                         one page of your stationery. For instance enter 66 if
                                         your form is 11 inches long and your printer is set to
                                         print 6 lines to the inch.



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FORM WIDTH
(Columns)                        :     3 digits
                                       Enter the number of columns across your form. For
                                       instance 120 columns for a 12 inch form printing 10
                                       characters to the inch.

START OF BODY                    :     3 digits
                                       Enter the starting line on which the body of the form
                                       begins, that is where component information will start
                                       printing.

END OF BODY                      :   3 digits
                                     Enter the last line on which component information is to
                                     be printed, before the printer has to skip to a new page,
                                     or before trailer information will start printing.
The following summary information is calculated by the system. Ensure that it is accurate
and press [ENTER] or [F1] to proceed to the next level.


HEADER                           :     Line 999 to 999

BODY                             :     Line 999 to 999

TRAILER                          :     Line 999 to 999


HEADER DETAILS
Header detail screens will be presented until all header information has been specified. Only
then will the detail screens be presented.
In each case below, we give you the maximum length of the field to be printed. We display
this immediately after the prompt.
You will notice that there are two fields next to each numeric field, namely DGT and DEC,
depicted for instance as [07][02]. The first figure represents the size of the whole number
and the second the size of its decimal. These indicate the default field size the program will
use when printing the forms. You may change these if you wish. Remember that if you
specify the size as 7.2, this field will use 11 characters when it is printed as it includes a
decimal and a sign.
The DGT field is also used on alpha fields where you wish to print less than the maximum
number of characters of a field. The default is zero (0) which indicates the maximum should
be printed, if you wish to print fewer characters, enter the number in his field.
Where you do not have enough space on your stationery for the total size of the field,
decrease this to the maximum you will hold on file.




                                                                               Appendix - 101
HEADER 1 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY


    SYSTEM UTILITIES - CUSTOMISED FORM MAINTENANCE                             SU35   11/004
    HEADER 1 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY          LINE     COLMN DGT/DEC
    COMPANY                                         [     ]   [   ]
    BRANCH                                          [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT CODE                                     [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT POSITION                                 [     ]   [   ]
    REPORT REFERENCE                                [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT WAREHOUSE                                [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT ASSEMBLY SHOP                            [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT FREE FORMAT REFERENCE                    [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT REVISION #                               [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT LAST POSITION                            [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT COST 1                                   [     ]   [   ] [   ][ ]
    PARENT COST 2                                   [     ]   [   ] [   ][ ]
    PHANTOM PARENT ?                                 [    ]   [   ]
    NUMBER OF PARENTS TO MANUFACTURE                [     ]   [   ] [   ][ ]
    PARENT LAST UPDATE DATE                         [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT LAST UPDATE HOUR                         [     ]   [   ]
    PARENT LAST UPDATE MINUTE                        [    ]   [   ]
    PARENT LAST UPDATE USER                         [     ]   [   ]
    IS THE ABOVE INFORMATION CORRECT? (Y/N)      [Y]
    F1-NEXT, F2-PREVIOUS, F3-SAVE, F8-DELETE, F9-PRINT,     F10-NEXT FORM, ESC-EXIT



COMPANY                          :     2 digits
                                       This is the Company number used to identify the
                                       source of the information.

BRANCH                           :     2 digits
                                       This is the Branch associated with the Company
                                       above.

PARENT CODE                      :     15 characters
                                       This is the parent to which the subassemblies belong.

PARENT POSITION                  :     5 digits
                                       This is the horizontal position within the subassembly. It
                                       is always zero for parents.

REPORT REFERENCE                 :     8 characters
                                       This is the reference entered on the BM77 -
                                       Subassembly Detail Form Print, screen at run time.

PARENT WAREHOUSE                 :     2 digits
                                       This is the warehouse within the Company/Branch
                                       combination to which the Parent belongs.

PARENT
ASSEMBLY SHOP                    :     8 characters
                                       The location in which this assembly is manufactured.
                                       This will be read from the subassembly masterfile.




Appendix - 102
PARENT FREE FORMAT
REFERENCE              :   25 characters
                           The subassembly reference which will be read from the
                           subassembly masterfile.

PARENT REVISION #      :   6 characters
                           The subassembly revision number which will be read
                           from the subassembly masterfile.

PARENT LAST POSITION   :   5 digits
                           This is the highest horizontal position of components,
                           and is incremented by the system according to the
                           specified increment.

PARENT COST 1          :   6.2 digits
                           The cost associated with the manufacture of the
                           subassembly. This will be read from the subassembly
                           masterfile.

PARENT COST 2          :   6.2 digits
                           The cost associated with the manufacture of the
                           subassembly. This will be read from the subassembly
                           masterfile.

PHANTOM PARENT ?       :   1 character
                           [Y] or [N] depending on the indicator as held on the
                           subassembly file. A [Y] indicates that this item is not a
                           physical item held on inventory but a convenient
                           grouping of parts.

NUMBER OF PARENTS
TO MANUFACTURE         :   7.2 digits
                           This is the number selected on the BM77 -
                           Subassembly Detail Form Print, screen at run time.




                                                                     Appendix - 103
The following four prompts relate to the last time a change was made to the parent record.


PARENT LAST
UPDATE DATE                     :     DD/MM/CCYY

PARENT LAST
UPDATE HOUR                     :     HH

PARENT LAST
UPDATE MINUTE                   :     MM

PARENT LAST
UPDATE USER                     :     8 characters
                                      The user name of the person who last effected an
                                      update of the parent.




Appendix - 104
HEADER 2 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY


    SYSTEM UTILITIES - CUSTOMISED FORM MAINTENANCE                          SU35   11/004
    HEADER 2 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY          LINE   COLMN DGT/DEC
    PARENT CODE DESCRIPTION                          [   ] [   ]
    PARENT UNIT OF MEASURE                           [   ] [   ]
    PARENT BRANCH                                    [   ] [   ]




    IS THE ABOVE INFORMATION CORRECT? (Y/N)     [Y]
    F1-NEXT, F2-PREVIOUS, F3-SAVE, F8-DELETE, F9-PRINT, F10-NEXT FORM, ESC-EXIT



PARENT CODE
DESCRIPTION                      :     30 characters
                                       The description of the Parent code read from the
                                       inventory file.

PARENT UNIT
OF MEASURE                       :     4 characters
                                       The unit of hold of the Parent code read from the
                                       inventory file.

PARENT BRANCH                    :     2 digits
                                       Where a parent has a different branch than the
                                       component, you may wish to print it.




                                                                                       Appendix - 105
BODY DETAILS
Body detail screens will be presented until all body information has been specified. Only
then will the title screens be presented.
Please refer to the Systems Utilities manual program SU35 - Customised Form
Maintenance for more details regarding fonts and currency formatting.

BODY 1 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY


     SYSTEM UTILITIES - CUSTOMISED FORM MAINTENANCE                        SU35   11/004
     BODY 1 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY                COLMN DGT/DEC
     COMPONENT CODE                                       [   ]
     COMPONENT WAREHOUSE                                  [   ]
     COMPONENT POSITION                                   [   ]
     COMPONENT QUANTITY PER PARENT (IDEAL)                [   ] [   ][ ]
     COMPONENT QUANTITY PER PARENT (ACTUAL)               [   ] [   ][ ]
     PERCENTAGE COMPONENT WASTE                           [   ] [   ][ ]
     COMPONENT BRANCH                                     [   ]
     COMPONENT START DATE                                 [   ]
     COMPONENT END DATE                                   [   ]
     COMPONENT INFORMATION/NARRATIVE                      [   ]
     MANUFACTURED QUANTITY PER PARENT                     [   ] [   ][ ]
     TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPONENTS USED (IDEAL)              [   ] [   ][ ]
     TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPONENTS USED (ACTUAL)             [   ] [   ][ ]
     COMPONENT UNIT OF MEASURE                            [   ]
     COMPONENT CODE DESCRIPTION                           [   ]
     IS THE ABOVE INFORMATION CORRECT? (Y/N)      [Y]
     F1-NEXT, F2-PREVIOUS, F3-SAVE, F8-DELETE, F9-PRINT, F10-NEXT FORM, ESC-EXIT



COMPONENT CODE                    :     15 characters
                                        The code of the component belonging to the parent.

COMPONENT
WAREHOUSE                         :     2 digits

                                        The warehouse where the component is held.
COMPONENT POSITION                :     5 digits
                                        This is the horizontal position within the subassembly
                                        and must be unique.

COMPONENT QUANTITY
PER PARENT (IDEAL)                :     7.4 digits
                                        The ideal quantity of this component required within the
                                        subassembly. This will be read from the subassembly
                                        masterfile.

COMPONENT QUANTITY
PER PARENT (ACTUAL)               :     7.4 digits
                                        This is calculated by applying the scrap % to the ideal
                                        quantity and will be read from the subassembly
                                        masterfile.



Appendix - 106
PERCENTAGE COMPONENT
WASTE                :          3.4 digits
                                This is the scrap % which is read from the
                                subassembly masterfile.

COMPONENT BRANCH            :   2 digits
                                The branch in which the component will be found on
                                the inventory file.

COMPONENT
START DATE                  :   DD/MM/CCYY
                                This will be read from the subassembly masterfile.

COMPONENT END DATE          :   DD/MM/CCYY
                                This will be read from the subassembly masterfile.

COMPONENT INFORMATION/
NARRATIVE              :        30 characters
                                This is a free format manufacturing instruction held on
                                the subassembly record.

MANUFACTURED QUANTITY
OF PARENT             :         7.4 digits
                                The number of parent items to be made from this list.
                                This is entered on the BM77 - Subassembly Detail
                                Form Print, screen at run time.

TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPONENTS
USED (IDEAL)          :   7.4 digits
                          This is the ideal number of components used per
                          parent as held on the component file.

TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPONENTS
USED (ACTUAL)         :   7.4 digits
                          The quantity of components required for a selected
                          quantity of parents to be manufactured.

COMPONENT UNIT
OF MEASURE                  :   4 characters
                                The unit of hold of the Component read from the
                                inventory file.

COMPONENT CODE
DESCRIPTION                 :   30 characters
                                The description of the Component read from the
                                inventory file.




                                                                        Appendix - 107
BODY 2 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY


     SYSTEM UTILITIES - CUSTOMISED FORM MAINTENANCE                     SU35   11/001
     BODY 2 - BILL OF MATERIAL SUBASSEMBLY    FONT      COLMN DGT/DEC
     IDEAL COSTS PER PARENT: STANDARD         [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
                             AVERAGE          [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
                             LAST PURCHASE    [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
     ACTUAL COST PER PARENT: STANDARD         [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
                             AVERAGE          [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
                             LAST PURCHASE    [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
     IDEAL TOTAL COST USED : STANDARD         [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
                             AVERAGE          [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
                             LAST PURCHASE    [   ]     [   ]   [ ][ ]
     ACTUAL TOTAL COST USED: STANDARD         [   ]     [080]   [06][2]
                             AVERAGE          [   ]     [090]   [06][2]
                             LAST PURCHASE    [   ]     [100]   [06][2]




     F10 - OPTION MENU, ESC - EXIT




IDEAL COST PER PARENT
The following costs relate to ideal cost per parent.

STANDARD                             :   9.2 digits

AVERAGE                              :   9.2 digits

LAST PURCHASE                        :   9.2. digits

ACTUAL COST PER PARENT
The following costs relate to actual cost per parent.

STANDARD                             :   9.2 digits

AVERAGE                              :   9.2 digits

LAST PURCHASE                        :   9.2. digits




Appendix - 108
IDEAL TOTAL COST USED
The following costs relate to ideal total cost used.

STANDARD                          :     9.2 digits

AVERAGE                           :     9.2 digits

LAST PURCHASE                     :     9.2. digits

ACTUAL TOTAL COST USED
The following costs relate to actual total cost used.

STANDARD                          :     9.2 digits

AVERAGE                           :     9.2 digits

LAST PURCHASE                     :     9.2. digits


TITLE DETAILS
There are numerous screens with up to 999 titles of 30 characters each. These may be
used to make your document more readable. For instance if you have no 'PAGE NUMBER'
pre-printed on your stationery, you may use the titles to print this. Or if legislation requires
that you must always print your own VAT Registration number on all documents, you may
use this facility rather than go to the expense of having your stationery re- or over-printed.]




                                                                                 Appendix - 109
                                                                                                                                                                  INDEX

A
ACTUAL QTY PER PARENT ................................................................................................................................. 31
ADDING SUBASSEMBLIES ................................................................................................................................... 25
ADDING SUBASSEMBLY COMPONENTS........................................................................................................... 29
ALL TRANSACTIONS? .......................................................................................................................................... 38
ALPHA/NUM ........................................................................................................................................................... 39
ALTERNATE CODE ............................................................................................................................................... 40
ALTERNATE SEQUENCE CODE.................................................................................................................... 36, 88
ALTERNATE SEQUENCE MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................... 36
AMENDING SUBASSEMBLIES ............................................................................................................................. 33
AMT/PERC .............................................................................................................................................................. 27
AUTOMATIC NUMBERING FOR BM77 ................................................................................................................ 13
AVERAGE ..................................................................................................................................................... 108, 109
B
BILL # ................................................................................................... 18, 51, 54, 56, 58, 60, 63, 66, 69, 72, 75, 78
BILL FROM TO ....................................................................................................................................................... 44
BILL OF MATERIAL ENQUIRY .............................................................................................................................. 51
BILL OF MATERIAL REPORT ............................................................................................................................... 63
BILL OF MATERIAL SYSTEM.................................................................................................................................. 3
BILL OF MATERIAL SYSTEM MENU ...................................................................................................................... 8
BILL RECOSTING .................................................................................................................................................. 47
BILL TO BE RECOSTED ........................................................................................................................................ 47
BILL# ....................................................................................................................................................................... 22
BM00 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 11
BM10 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
BM11 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 22
BM30 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
BM31 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 36
BM32 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 41
BM33 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 44
BM34 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 47
BM50 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 51
BM51 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 54
BM52 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 56
BM53 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 58
BM54 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 60
BM70 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 63
BM71 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 66
BM72 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 69
BM73 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 72
BM74 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 75
BM75 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 78
BM76 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 83
BM77 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 85
BM78 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 91
BM79 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 94
BODY..................................................................................................................................................................... 101
BOM......................................................................................................................................................................... 97
BR. PRODUCT TO BE UPDATED?................................................................................................................. 45, 48
BR/WH .................................................................................................................................................................... 30
BRANCH ............................................................................................................................................................... 102




Index - 110
C
CATEGORY TO USE FOR ISSUES ...................................................................................................................... 14
CATEGORY TO USE FOR RECEIPTS ................................................................................................................. 14
CHECK EFFECTIVE DATES ................................................................................................................................. 45
COMPANY ............................................................................................................................................................ 102
COMPONENT ...............................................................................................................30, 55, 60, 67, 76, 83, 97, 99
COMPONENT BRANCH ...................................................................................................................................... 107
COMPONENT CODE ........................................................................................................................................... 106
COMPONENT CODE DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................. 107
COMPONENT END DATE ................................................................................................................................... 107
COMPONENT INFORMATION/NARRATIVE...................................................................................................... 107
COMPONENT POSITION .................................................................................................................................... 106
COMPONENT QUANTITY PER PARENT (ACTUAL) ........................................................................................ 106
COMPONENT QUANTITY PER PARENT (IDEAL) ............................................................................................ 106
COMPONENT START DATE ............................................................................................................................... 107
COMPONENT UNIT OF MEASURE .................................................................................................................... 107
COMPONENT WAREHOUSE ............................................................................................................................. 106
CONSOLIDATION (Y/N) ......................................................................................................................................... 88
CONVERT FROM ISSUE TO PARENT................................................................................................................. 28
COPY FROM........................................................................................................................................................... 41
COPY TO ................................................................................................................................................................ 42
COST OF SUBASSEMBLY 1 ................................................................................................................................. 26
COST OF SUBASSEMBLY 2 ................................................................................................................................. 26
COST OPTION ................................................................................................................................................. 58, 73
COST ROLLUP UPDATES BR. PRODUCT
COST ROLLUP USING .......................................................................................................................................... 12
CREATE STOCK ISSUES & RECEIPTS BM10 .................................................................................................... 14
D
DEFAULT EFFECTIVE DATE INCR.
DEFAULT SEQUENCE INCREMENT
DELETING SUBASSEMBLIES............................................................................................................................... 35
DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................................ 37, 100
DESCRIPTION TYPE ............................................................................................................................................. 39
DUPLICATE REQUIRED?...................................................................................................................................... 85
E
EFFECTIVE END DATE ......................................................................................................................................... 31
EFFECTIVE START DATE..................................................................................................................................... 31
EFFICIENCY REPORT........................................................................................................................................... 91
END ITEM ............................................................................................................................................................... 97
END ITEM WHERE-USED REPORT .................................................................................................................... 83
END OF BODY...................................................................................................................................................... 101
ENQUIRY MODULE MENU ................................................................................................................................... 50
ENTER FILE FOR ALTERNATE SEQUENCES .................................................................................................... 36
ENTER OPTION ..................................................................................................................................................... 94
ENTER REQUIRED QUANTITY OF LEVEL X ................................................................................................ 20, 80
EXECUTE COPY? .................................................................................................................................................. 43
EXPLODE A BILL.................................................................................................................................................... 44
EXPLOSION............................................................................................................................................................ 97
F
FORM LENGTH (Lines) ........................................................................................................................................ 100
FORM TYPE ........................................................................................................................................................... 85
FORM TYPE BM ................................................................................................................................................... 100
FORM WIDTH (Columns)..................................................................................................................................... 101
FROM BILL.............................................................................................................................................................. 94
FROM COMPONENT ............................................................................................................................................. 95
FROM LEVEL.............................................................................................................................................. 20, 63, 80



                                                                                                                                                     Index - 111
H
HEADER................................................................................................................................................................ 101
HIERARCHY OF OPTIONS ................................................................................................................................... 37
HORIZONTAL SEQUENCE ............................................................................................................................. 97, 99
I
IDEAL QTY PER PARENT ..................................................................................................................................... 30
IMPLOSION ............................................................................................................................................................ 97
INCLUDE BOUGHT-OUT ITEMS?
INCLUDE MANUFACTURED ITEMS?
INCLUDE PHANTOM ITEMS? ....................................................................................................... 20, 56, 64, 70, 80
INDENTED BILL ENQUIRY.................................................................................................................................... 58
INDENTED BILL REPORT ..................................................................................................................................... 72
INDENTED WHERE-USED ENQUIRY .................................................................................................................. 60
INDENTED WHERE-USED REPORT ................................................................................................................... 75
INPUT FILE NAME ................................................................................................................................................. 86
INPUT FROM FILE? (Y/N)...................................................................................................................................... 86
INPUT MODULE MENU ......................................................................................................................................... 17
INSTRUCS .............................................................................................................................................................. 31
INVENTORY FILE................................................................................................................................................... 33
ISSUE CATEGORY ................................................................................................................................................ 21
L
LAST PURCHASE ........................................................................................................................................ 108, 109
LENGTH .................................................................................................................................................................. 39
LEVEL...................................................................................................................................................................... 97
LONG ...................................................................................................................................................................... 16
LOW LEVEL CODE ................................................................................................................................................ 97
M
MAINTENANCE MODULE MENU ......................................................................................................................... 23
MANUFACTURE INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................. 97, 99
MANUFACTURED QUANTITY OF PARENT ...................................................................................................... 107
MANUFACTURING BILL REPORT ....................................................................................................................... 78
N
NEW PAGE PER LEVEL? .......................................................................................................................... 20, 64, 80
NEW PAGE PER PARENT? ...................................................................................................................... 20, 64, 80
NODE ................................................................................................................................................................ 98, 99
NUMBER OF PARENTS TO MANUFACTURE................................................................................................... 103
O
OK TO DELETE THIS SUBASSEMBLY?
OPTION FOR INSUFFICIENT STOCK.................................................................................................................. 15
P
PAGE SKIP (Y/N) .................................................................................................................................................... 88
PARENT ...................................................................................................................................................... 25, 98, 99
PARENT ASSEMBLY SHOP................................................................................................................................ 102
PARENT BRANCH ............................................................................................................................................... 105
PARENT CODE .................................................................................................................................................... 102
PARENT CODE DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................................... 105
PARENT COST 1.................................................................................................................................................. 103
PARENT COST 2.................................................................................................................................................. 103
PARENT FREE FORMAT REFERENCE............................................................................................................. 103
PARENT LAST POSITION ................................................................................................................................... 103
PARENT LAST UPDATE DATE ........................................................................................................................... 104
PARENT LAST UPDATE HOUR .......................................................................................................................... 104
PARENT LAST UPDATE MINUTE ...................................................................................................................... 104
PARENT LAST UPDATE USER .......................................................................................................................... 104



Index - 112
PARENT POSITION ............................................................................................................................................. 102
PARENT REVISION # .......................................................................................................................................... 103
PARENT UNIT OF MEASURE ............................................................................................................................. 105
PARENT WAREHOUSE ...................................................................................................................................... 102
PERCENTAGE COMPONENT WASTE .............................................................................................................. 107
PERIOD ................................................................................................................................................................... 22
PERIOD FROM – TO.............................................................................................................................................. 95
PHANTOM ITEM..................................................................................................................................................... 98
PHANTOM PARENT ? ......................................................................................................................................... 103
PHANTOM? (Y/N) ................................................................................................................................................... 27
PRINT INSUFFICIENT STOCK WARNING? ....................................................................................................... 80
PRINT MODULE MENU ......................................................................................................................................... 62
PRINT ONLY WHERE INSUFFICIENT STOCK.................................................................................................... 81
PRINT QTYS REQD TO MAKE LEVEL 01 ............................................................................................................ 80
PRINT TEST REQUIRED? ..................................................................................................................................... 86
PRINT TOTALS? (Y/N) ..................................................................................................................................... 87, 89
PROCEED WITH COST ROLLUP?
PROCEED WITH ENQUIRY? .................................................................................................................... 52, 57, 58
PROCEED WITH EXPLOSION?............................................................................................................................ 46
PROCEED WITH POSTING? ................................................................................................................................ 21
PROCEED WITH PRINT? .................................................................................................. 64, 67, 70, 73, 76, 81, 83
PROCEED WITH SELECTION OF COMPONENT
PRODUCT BR ........................................................................................................................................................ 11
PRODUCT CO ........................................................................................................................................................ 11
PRODUCT FROM................................................................................................................................................... 91
PRODUCT TO ........................................................................................................................................................ 92
PRODUCT WH ....................................................................................................................................................... 12
PRODUCTION FORECAST INPUT ....................................................................................................................... 22
PRODUCTION FORECAST REPORT .................................................................................................................. 94
PRODUCTION INPUT ............................................................................................................................................ 18
Q
QUANTITY OPTION ......................................................................................................................................... 58, 73
QUANTITY TO MANUFACTURE........................................................................................................................... 89
R
RECEIPT CATEGORY ........................................................................................................................................... 21
REFERENCE ........................................................................................................................................ 21, 80, 86, 89
REPORT REFERENCE ........................................................................................................................................ 102
REPORT SEQUENCE ...................................................................................................................................... 88, 94
ROLL UP COSTS FOR BILL .................................................................................................................................. 15
ROLLUP COSTS USING .................................................................................................................................. 45, 48
S
SCRAP % ................................................................................................................................................................ 31
SEQUENCE ...................................................................................................................................................... 29, 98
SHORT .................................................................................................................................................................... 16
SHOW VARIANCE AGAINST ................................................................................................................................ 64
SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED ENQUIRY .......................................................................................................... 54
SINGLE-LEVEL WHERE-USED REPORT ............................................................................................................ 66
SOURCE CODE ..................................................................................................................................................... 98
STANDARD................................................................................................................................................... 108, 109
START AT LEVEL................................................................................................................................................... 52
START OF BODY ................................................................................................................................................. 101
START POSITION .................................................................................................................................................. 39
SUBASSEMBLIES .................................................................................................................................................. 98
SUBASSEMBLY # FROM....................................................................................................................................... 88
SUBASSEMBLY # FROM-TO ................................................................................................................................ 40
SUBASSEMBLY # TO ............................................................................................................................................ 88
SUBASSEMBLY COPY .......................................................................................................................................... 41
SUBASSEMBLY COST 1 AND COST 2 .......................................................................................................... 98, 99


                                                                                                                                                       Index - 113
SUBASSEMBLY DETAIL FORM PRINT................................................................................................................ 85
SUBASSEMBLY FILE ............................................................................................................................................. 33
SUBASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................................................... 24
SUBASSEMBLY REFERENCE .................................................................................................................. 27, 98, 99
SUBASSEMBLY REVISION ............................................................................................................................. 98, 99
SUBASSEMBLY REVISION # ................................................................................................................................ 27
SUMMARISED BILL ENQUIRY.............................................................................................................................. 56
SUMMARISED BILL REPORT ............................................................................................................................... 69
SYSTEM PARAMETER PROGRAM...................................................................................................................... 11
T
TERMINOLOGY...................................................................................................................................................... 97
TITAN SYSTEM PROFILE ....................................................................................................................................... 2
TO BILL ................................................................................................................................................................... 95
TO COMPONENT ................................................................................................................................................... 95
TO LEVEL ................................................................................................................................................... 20, 63, 80
TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPONENTS USED (ACTUAL) ................................................................................... 107
TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPONENTS USED (IDEAL) ....................................................................................... 107
TRAILER ............................................................................................................................................................... 101
U
UPDATE BR. PRODUCT UNIT COST .................................................................................................................. 13
UPDATE BRANCH PRODUCT ........................................................................................................................ 46, 48
USER-DEFINED TERMINOLOGY ......................................................................................................................... 99
W
WAREHOUSE....................................................................................................................................... 25, 41, 42, 95
WAREHOUSE FROM............................................................................................................................................. 91
WAREHOUSE TO .................................................................................................................................................. 91
WHERE-ASSEMBLED ..................................................................................................................................... 26, 98
WHERE-ASSEMBLED LOCATION ....................................................................................................................... 99
WHERE-USED........................................................................................................................................................ 98




Index - 114
     Address this reply to your Dealer




                       YOUR COMMENTS PLEASE
                                 (On a copy of this page)


Information from our users is important to the ongoing improvement of this product. Please
take the time to tell us what enhancements would be of benefit to yourselves and they will
be carefully reviewed, and if applicable, incorporated in future releases.

  Program         Details
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       Company
       Address




       Contact




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