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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Old 8th November 2001, 13:04
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Question Batch Recipes

Does anyone know if BaaN allows you to create "Recipes" for mixing up batches of materials?


I want 1000 litres of Cola:


CaffineQty = Batch Qty * (SugarQty * 0.01)

SugarQty = (BatchQty / 20) * 0.12


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Old 6th December 2001, 15:30
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Hi Darren,

Baan has a module called Process. Which allows you to set up formulas and add materials to a formula. Basically this is like a recipe. It is often used in food and chemical indutries. You can set up a route for your formula which would be like the recipe instructions. You can then create production batches to manufacture your item.
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