Display Deliveries for Consignee

Where picking list is used as the issue method for material, all material lines are connected to a delivery, and pick reporting is performed against a picking list which is connected to a delivery.

Where material is picked for delayed issue, the picking status will be 60 on the material line.

Pick reporting on outbound deliveries are managed in 'Delivery. Open Toolbox' (MWS410) where the sorting order and view can be configured to display deliveries of interest to the technician using either a standard or user defined sorting order.

Views can be created for use in (MWS410) which define the delivery and picking list details displayed in the B panel. Where the user wants to view all material on all orders for which he is responsible, deliveries can be filtered on consignee. Deliveries can also be sorted in ascending departure date order to assist with work order management.

Fields that display highest and lowest picking status for the picking list connected to the delivery can be included in the (MWS140) view. These advise on the status of the picking list and when the material is ready for use against the order.

This document explains how to construct a user defined sorting order and view that can be used in (MWS410) to inform on material picking status and associated order information.

Outcome

A user defined sorting order, available for selection in (MWS410), is created that informs the user on material picking status and associated order information.

Create user defined view for deliveries

Follow these steps to create a user defined view for use in (MWS410)

Step

Instruction

1. Create user-defined sorting option

  • Create a user-defined sorting option in 'File. Create Sorting Options' (CRS021).
  • To filter on consignee, the first field in the sorting must be OQCONA.
  • To sort the deliveries on date, select the OQDSDT field.
  • Suggested sorting: OQCONA (Consignee), OQDSDT (Departure date), OQWHLO (Warehouse), OQRIDN (Order number), OQDLIX (delivery number).

2. Create sorting order

  • Create a new sorting order in 'Sorting Order. Open' (CRS022).
  • Set the user-defined sorting option from the previous step.
  • Set number of filters to 1.

3. Create view

  • Create a view in 'View. Open' (CRS020).
  • Add fields required for the (MWS410) subfile.
  • Suggested fields are: OQDSDT (Departure date), OQDSHM (Departure time), OQWHLO (Warehouse), OQDLIX (Delivery number), OQCONA (Consignee), OQPGRS (Delivery status), OQRORC (Reference order category), OQRIDN (Order number), &PISL (Lowest picking status), &PISH (Highest picking status).

4. Connect view to sorting order

In (CRS022/F), define the sorting order created at step 2 with the view created in step 3 as view 1.

5. Use new sorting order

  • Start (MWS410) and select the new sorting order.
  • The view created will be automatically displayed.
  • The filter field where consignee was set will be visible above the subfile in (MWS410/B).
  • The subfile will be sorted as per that defined in the sorting option.

The lowest and highest picking status advises the service technician where the material is in the picking process. The lowest picking status is that of the material with the lowest status of all the picking lists on the delivery. The highest picking status is that of the material with the highest status of all the picking list on the delivery.

This table shows how to interpret the lowest and highest picking status.

Case

Lowest picking status

Highest picking status

How to interpret

1

Blank value

Blank value

No picking list created. Nothing is picked.

2

40

40

Picking list created but nothing is picked.

3

40

60

Picking list created. Some is picked but not all.

4

60

60

All picking lists fully picked. All material is ready.

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