Operation Number

4
numeric digits 1 through 8999.
Operation
Number of one production step. This should be a number from 1 to 8999.
Workers in the production department should work on routing operations in
sequence by the operation number.

Operation ID

4
alphanumeric characters.
This
should be a valid Operation ID or blank. If the Operation ID is given in add
mode, the rest of the fields default to values in that Operation ID. In
change mode, the system will ask the operator if the new Operation ID should
override the rest of the fields with values from that ID.

Operation Type

1
alphanumeric character.
Type
of this operation.
Options
S 
Setup or Miscellaneous Operation. For machine setup or to gather miscellaneous
labor. This type of operation can be skipped if it is not a material issue
point.
I 
Inspection Operation.
P 
Production Operation.
M 
Moving Operation.
O 
Outside Process. This type of operation has outside process information like
vendor number and FOB cost.
Defaults
to “P” or the value in the Operation ID file.

Description

Two
fields of 30 alphanumeric characters.
Each
operation can have 2 description lines.

Work Center

6
alphanumeric characters.
The
work center is where this operation takes place. Production burden cost will
be calculated based on the burden parameters in this work center.

Direct Labor Grade

2
alphanumeric characters.
Default direct labor grade of this operation. This will be used as a
standard for evaluation variance. Also, if an operator creates a production
transaction through Production Transaction Processing, this will be used to
calculate labor cost by default.
Defaults
to the value in the work center file.

Shared Labor Grade

2
alphanumeric characters.
Default shared labor grade of this operation. This will be used as a
standard for evaluation variance. Also, if an operator creates a production
transaction through Production Transaction Processing, this will be used to
calculate labor cost by default.
Defaults
to the value in the work center file.

Qty Per Batch

6
numeric digits.
Number
of pieces which will be processed in one batch. For
example, if this is 10 (qty per batch), then it will place 15 pieces into 2
batches. If each batch takes 2 hours, the system would estimate it needs 4
hours to process 15 pieces.
0 
no batch or 1 piece per batch.

Estimate/Standard

“S”
or “E”
Whether
all values for this operation are estimated or standard value. If they are
standard values, a variance between standard value and actual value may exist
and will be presented on various screens and reports. Otherwise, the
variance is not applicable by default.
Default
to “E”

Direct Labor

In
“Hr/Qty” or “Hr/Batch” measurement, 10 numeric digits with 4 decimal places
and an optional minus sign. In “Qty/Hr” or “Batch/Hr” measurement, 10
numeric digits with 3 decimal places and an optional minus sign. In “Fixed
Hrs” measurement, 12 numeric digits with 6 decimal places and an optional
minus sign.
The
number of direct labor hours to process each piece or batch. The measurement
can be Hours per Qty/Batch, Qty/Batch per Hours or a fixed hour. This value
will be used for performance evaluation.
F1 
toggle to Hours per Qty/Batch.
F2 
toggle to Qty/Batch per Hour.
F3 
toggle to Fixed Hours.

Shared Labor

In
“Hr/Qty” or “Hr/Batch” measurement, 10 numeric digits with 4 decimal places
and an optional minus sign. In “Qty/Hr” or “Batch/Hr” measurement, 10
numeric digits with 3 decimal places and an optional minus sign. In “Fixed
Hrs” measurement, 12 numeric digits with 6 decimal places and an optional
minus sign.
The
number of shared labor hours to process each piece or batch. The measurement
can be Hours per Qty/Batch, Qty/Batch per Hours or a fixed hour. This value
will be used for performance evaluation.
F1 
toggle to Hours per Qty/Batch.
F2 
toggle to Qty/Batch per Hour.
F3 
toggle to Fixed Hours.

Machine Time

In
“Hr/Qty” or “Hr/Batch” measurement, 10 numeric digits with 4 decimal places
and an optional minus sign. In “Qty/Hr” or “Batch/Hr” measurement, 10
numeric digits with 3 decimal places and an optional minus sign. In “Fixed
Hrs” measurement, 12 numeric digits with 6 decimal places and an optional
minus sign.
The
number of machine hours to process each piece or batch. The measurement can
be Hours per Qty/Batch, Qty/Batch per Hours or a fixed hour. This value will
be used for performance evaluation.
F1 
toggle to Hours per Qty/Batch.
F2 
toggle to Qty/Batch per Hour.
F3 
toggle to Fixed Hours.

Machine Operation

“R”
or “S”
The
mode in which the machine is running for this operation.
“R” 
Run Mode. If the machine is in run mode, the system will use Normal Burden
in the work center to calculate burden.
“S” 
Setup Mode. The system will use Burden in Setup Mode in the work center to
calculate burden.

Machine No

4
alphanumeric characters.
Machine
number used for this operation. There is no limitation on the text.

User Defined Code

15
alphanumeric characters.
User
Defined Code for this operation. The literal for this field is defined in
BOMP Global Setup. In figure 17, it is set to “Drawing Number”.

Prompt Pre Comment

“Y”
or “N”
Whether
the operator needs to enter a comment when starting the operation.

Prompt Post Comment

“Y”
or “N”
Whether
the operator needs to enter a comment when ending the operation

Outside Process Extra Fields

If
operation type is “O” for outside process, the operator needs to enter extra
outside process related fields including Purchase Order Number, Purchase
Order Line, Vendor Number and cost information.

PO No

If
the Purchase Order package is on, the standard PO format will be used. If
the PO package is off, 10 alphanumeric characters.
The
Purchase Order number of the outside process. This can be blank. If the PO
package is on, this should be an existing PO. It can be a Blanket PO.

PO Line No

3
numeric digits.
Purchase
Order Line Item number of this outside process. This field is available if
the PO number is given. If the PO package is on, the item number for this
line item should not exist in the Item file.

Vendor Number

6
alphanumeric characters.
The
Vendor number of this outside process. This field is available to change if
the PO number is not given or the PO package is off. Otherwise, it should be
the same as that in the purchase order.

FOB Cost

10
numeric digits with 4 decimal places and an optional minus sign.
Free
On Board or Freight On Board cost per piece for the outside process. This is
a standard value for the operation. If the operator entered an existing PO, the system may override this value with that in the PO Line Item with the appropriate
BOMP Global Setup.

Extra Cost

10
numeric digits with 4 decimal places and an optional minus sign.
Extra
cost per piece for outside process, like tax or extra burden. The system
always uses the value defined in the operation to calculate the outside
process cost.

Fixed Cost

9
numeric digits with 2 decimal places and an optional minus sign.
Fixed
cost per transaction for an outside process. The cost is the same no matter
how many pieces are sent for an outside process.
