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Does your use of MS-SharePoint requires interface with your ERP system?
We do not use MS-SharePoint
46%
We do not have a need for an interface between SharePoint and ERP
18%
We need to insert or update data in SharePoint from the ERP
9%
We need to access SharePoint data from the ERP
1%
We need to access and insert data to SharePoint from the ERP
13%
We already have a third party tool to create the interface between SharePoint and ERP
10%
Other - Please Comment
3%
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Old 17th July 2003, 10:32
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Production Orders

In our company there is a business need to segregate an existing Baan company to two logistics company.

As part of this process the manufacturing activities of the existing BaaN company needs to be shifted to a new company. The problem is that we cannot close all the issued production orders in the old company as these order are live and have a long production cycles. At the same time we cannot transfer the inventories to the new company without closing these production orders.

Is there a way to treat these production orders as part closed and open new production orders in the enw company from the stage as per the old company.

Thanks in advance
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Old 17th July 2003, 11:19
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You could close the orders in the old company. See what the value is of the order. Create the order in the new company. Create an item called WIP and issue the item to the order according to the value and include the outstanding tasks and unissued items in the open order in the new company.
WIP stock value at the end of the day should be 0 and should be the value of the total WIP to be moved at the starty of the day.
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Old 23rd July 2003, 05:38
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You did not mention if the 2 logistic companies are under one financial company or two.

If it is only one, then the cost issue is kind of moote.
1- Delete estimated material not yet issued, and un-issue material already issued but not consummed.
2- Complete the production orders with a quantity of zero and close it. This will create a temporary production result that will later be offset.
3- Transfer the inventories
4- Create production order in other company
5- Delete operations already completed
6- Delete material already issued and consummed
7- Release production order
8- Issue material, etc.

You might have to prepare you costing people to the production results this will initially create.

Hope this helped.
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