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What do you expect from your SI Implementation partner for the success of ERP implementation.
Bring best practices - Not to offer more CR's Leveraging standard functions
Need more honesty to work with the Users until their processes are fully mapped & Users are trained
Focus on process automation/ integrations/ Real time data/ BI analytics
Stick to basics
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Old 16th October 2003, 22:23
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Unhappy ticst002

I have a question about table ticst002.
How does this table get populated? What are the processes and sessions that are run to get data into ticst002?

We are having a problem with a report showing actual hours showing up in the wrong work center.

Thanks for any help.
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Old 17th October 2003, 08:06
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Hi Sandy,

I presume that you are on BaanIVx series....

There are various functionalities that update the ticst002 table.
If the sequence number is 0, then it is estimated values. Otherwise, it is Actuals.
Hours Accounting is one process. Among others, The table gets updated from tisfc010 table, for subcontracting rates. The overhead(ohcs), Machine Rates (mccs), Labor Costs(wgcs)..etc, are updated from the values maintained in ticpr150 (Operation Rates).
In ticst002, The Hrs stored are a consolidation of all the Hrs logged in that Operation/Work Center.
Remember, Its possible that there are different operations done in the same work center.
You might want to compare the hrs in tihra100 or run the report to print all the hrs per operation/wc from the hra module.
Hope this helps

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Added Value by Operation

...Hours Accounting is one process. Among others, The table gets updated ...
I'd like to know what other processes update this table. I have in Hours Accounting 5.18 hours and in ticst002.hrem(Man Hours) 11.41 hours.

Thanks in advance.
Carlos Gonzalez CPIM,CSCP
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Does anyone know the answer to this

I have exactly the same issue. Hours accounting shows a completely different number of hours from what production costing does.
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