Settlement Printing Model

Purpose

This document explains:

Outcome

The sequence of quality test results and attribute information for the Grower Agreement is defined

The test results and attributes required on the settlement document are defined

Main programs

Before you start

Follow these steps

Follow these steps to configure the following:

  1. Open 'Settlement Printing Model. Open' (PPS385)

  2. Either enter the costing model ID that the sequencing rules will be applied to or use F4 browse on the Model field.

  3. Select the date from which the sequencing rules should be active against the specified costing model

  4. Choose Options \ Create

  5. New model displayed

  6. With the new model highlighted, right click and choose related option 11 (connect test and attribute lines)

  7. B panel of 'Connect Test and Attribute Lines. Open' (PPS386) displayed, with previously selected costing model, valid from date and sequence number listed in the panel header frame.

  8. Enter sequence number and choose Options \ Create

  9. E panel displayed

  10. Populate the following fields on the details frame:

    • Element Type (QMS test or attribute)
    • Test/attribute
    • If QMS test has been selected, use the F4 Browse action to select the required test. Using the browse action twice against this field will display 'Test Template. Open' (QMS100).
    • If Attribute has been selected, use the F4 Browse action to select the required attribute. Using the browse action twice against this field will display 'Attribute. Open' (ATS010).
    • Print on Settle. Select one of the following options to specify whether or not, and under what conditions, the specified attribute or QMS test should be included on the settlement document:
      • 0 – Value not printed
      • 1 – Value printed
      • 2 – Value printed if <> 0
  11. Click next.

  12. 'Connect Test and Attribute Lines. Open' (PPS386) is displayed.

  13. Repeat as required for all required QMS tests and attributes to be included in the calculation and printing model.

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