CERES5.00.17 - Advanced Kitting Enhancements

Modified on Wed, 29 Mar 2023 at 11:27 AM

Service Request or Support: SR-0002564

Issue addressed: 

 

  1. A kit cannot be disassembled if it has been moved from its original output bin. The Suggest Disassembly process creates the disassembly BOM Journal line with the Bin Code to which the output was created. If all or a portion of the output is moved to a different bin, Ceres will not allow for its disassembly. 

 

  1. A kit cannot be disassembled if it has been partially distributed. This is by design. Maintaining cost and weight are central to the BOM assembly and disassembly processes. The cost and weight of the component items that were used to output a given lot are blended when viewed at the output level. If some portion of the output is distributed, it cannot be known which component lots (or how much of their quantity) was “virtually” distributed. Thus it cannot be known which lots (or how much of their quantity) to credit back.

 

 

Type               ID                    Name

 

Table              5741               Transfer Line

Table              7338               Bin Creation Worksheet Line

Table              14012526      Kit Item Output

Report            14012515      Suggest FB Kit Disassembly

Codeunit       7319               Bin Content Create

Codeunit       14012301      Advanced Kitting Management

Codeunit       14012341      BOM Jnl.-Post Line

Page               14012699      Kit Item Output

 

This release presents a change in system usage methodology. The following procedure documents were updated accordingly.

  1. Advanced Kitting Overview.docx

 

Resolution: With respect to Kit Disassembly, Ceres was enhanced according to the following:

 

  1. If the entirety of the output resides in a singular bin, allow creation of a single disassembly BOM Journal Line with the Bin Code being set to the Bin Code where the output pallets currently resides (not the Bin Code to which they were output).

 

  1. If the output has been partially moved (e.g. one of ten pallets have been moved to a Bin other than that of the original output Bin), then the Suggest Disassembly process will create one disassembly BOM Journal line per unique Bin or require that the entirety of the output be consolidate to a single bin before the Suggest Disassembly process can be run.

 

  1. If the entire output of a kit run has been transferred to a location other than the one to which it was originally output, allow disassembly as long as none of the output has actually been consumed (e.g. distributed on an order or negatively adjusted, etc.).

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