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A

additional order processing
entering configured item sales orders, 6.2
advanced assembly inclusion rules
business case, 4.13.7.1
defining, 4.13.13
Advanced Configured Item Inventory Search program (P3220), 5.9.1
Advanced Rule Functions form, 4.13.9, 4.13.13, 4.14.2, 4.14.11
algebraic formulas, 4.13.4.2
alternative credit order process
creating credit orders, 6.13.2
alternative credit order process for configured items, 6.13.6
Assembly Inclusion Edit Group Revisions form, 4.13.9, 4.13.12, 4.14.2
assembly inclusion rule logic
defining, 4.13.12
assembly inclusion rules
business case, 4.13.1.1
copying, 4.13.14
defining, 2.3, 4.13.12
defining advanced, 4.13.3, 4.13.13
defining C (calculation), 4.13.1
defining C (calculation) required fields, 4.13.2.2
defining conditional rules, 4.13.13
defining H (Hot Spots), 4.13.1
defining H (Hot Spots) required fields, 4.13.2.2
defining hot spots, 4.13.8
defining logic statements, 4.13.2
defining P (component part), 4.13.1
defining P (component part) required fields, 4.13.2.2
defining Q (work order component part), 4.13.1
defining Q (work order component part) required fields, 4.13.2.2
defining R (routing), 4.13.1
defining R (routing) required fields, 4.13.2.2
defining required fields, 4.13.2.2
defining user-defined hot spots, 4.13.8.2
defining X (pricing), 4.13.1
defining X (pricing) required fields, 4.13.2.2
linking to configured tables, 4.14.11
linking to tables, 4.14.1.2
overview, 4.13.2
printing, 4.13.16
processing during order entry, 4.6, 4.13.2.1, 5.2, 5.2
setting up, 4.13.1, 4.13.2
working with hard-coded hot spots, 4.13.8.1
working with rule numbers, 4.13.2
working with sequence numbers, 4.13.2
Assembly Inclusion Rules Print program (R32493), 4.13.16
Assembly Inclusion Rules program (P3293)
processing options, 4.13.11
usage, 4.13.12, 4.13.14
Assembly Inclusions Rules table (F3293), A.1
Attribute Value field, 4.11.3
availability checking
entering configured item sales orders, 6.2

B

bills of material
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
bills of material for configured items, 4.2.2
Boolean logic
conditional logic, 4.7.2
conditional statements, 4.7.4
multiple variables, 4.7.3
nesting, 4.7.1
overview, 4.7
Branch Relationships Revisions program (P3403T), 4.11.10.1
branch/plant information
setting up, 4.2.1

C

C table
defining table return segment values, 4.14.8
combination orders
setting up for configured items, 6.6.1
using for configured items, 6.6
Commit to Quantity 1 or Quantity 2 field
setting up for sales quote conversion, 6.12.3
setting up for sales quotes, 6.12.3
commitments
entering configured item sales orders, 6.2
Common Attribute Display field, 4.11.3
Common Attribute Display Scope field, 4.11.3
Common Attribute field, 4.11.3
common attributes
assigning to configured items, 5.6.1
example, 4.11.3.1
Common Attributes form, 4.11.3
Common Attributes program (P32944), 5.6.4
comparing kits and configurators
bills of material, 3.2
configuration specific calculations, 3.2
configuration validation, 3.2
end item identification, 3.2
graphic confirmation, 3.2
order entry methods, 3.2
order entry user interfaces, 3.2
parts lists, 3.2
product structures, 3.2
routings, 3.2
work order hierarchies, 3.2
components
shipping partial order quantity, 7.3.4.3
concatenating segments, 4.13.4.5
conditional logic
Boolean logic, 4.7.2
conditional statements
Boolean logic, 4.7.4
configuration entries
viewing for an Engineer to Order project, 6.10.4
configuration identifier
defining, 7.1
configuration identifiers
defining, 2.3
configuration methods, 2.1.2
configuration specific calculations
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
configuration validation
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
configurator
defining common attributes, 4.11.3
defining setup prerequisites, 4.2
setting up, 4.1
setting up Engineer to Order, 4.2.7
setting up Inventory Management, 4.2.1
setting up Procurement, 4.2.5
setting up Product Data Management, 4.2.2
setting up Sales Order Management, 4.2.4
setting up Shop Floor Management, 4.2.3
setting up Work Order Management, 4.2.6
Configurator
implementation, 1.3
integrations, 1.2
Configurator Common Attributes form, 5.5.2, 5.6.3
Configurator Component History table (F32159), A.1
Configurator Component table (F3215), A.1
configurator constants
setting up, 4.10
setting up availability checking, 7.3.2.1
Configurator Constants program (P3209)
usage, 4.10.1
Configurator Constants Revision form, 4.10.2, 4.10.3
Configurator Constants table (F3209), 4.10.1, A.1
Configurator Costing Method field, 4.2.1, 4.4, 4.4
setting up for purchase orders, 6.7, 6.7.1
Configurator Master History table (F32019), A.1
Configurator Master table (F3201), A.1
Configurator Price/Cost History table (F32169), A.1
Configurator Price/Cost table (F3216), A.1
Configurator Routings table (F3212), A.1
Configurator Segment Detail History table (F32119), A.1
Configurator Segment Detail table (F3211), A.1
configurator system
features, 2.4
integration, 2.5
configurators
comparing to kits, 3.1
defining, 2.1.3
performing a need assessment, 2.2.3
understanding the benefits, 2.1.5
understanding the business environment, 2.1.4
configurator-specific
implementation, 1.3.2
Configure Item form, 5.5.2, 5.5.4, 5.8.2
Configured Combination Order diagram, 6.6
Configured Combination Order with Work Order diagram, 6.6
Configured Direct Ship Order diagram, 6.3
Configured Interbranch Order diagram, 6.5
Configured Interbranch Order with Work Order diagram, 6.5
Configured Item Alias field, 4.8
Configured Item Copy Window program (P3299), 4.11.10
Configured Item Cross Reference Revision form, 4.14.2, 4.14.7
configured item direct ship orders
costing, 7.2.3.7
configured item history, 5.10.1
reviewing, 7.5.1, 7.5.3
Configured Item History form, 5.5.2, 5.10.2
configured item information
defining, 4.11.1
Configured Item Information form, 4.11.5, 4.11.6
Configured Item Information table (F3290), A.1
configured item interbranch orders
costing, 7.2.3.9
configured item inventory, 5.9.1
Configured Item Inventory Search form, 5.5.2, 5.9.2
configured item orders
adding nonstandard components, 5.7.1
adding price adjustments, 5.7.1
correcting error messages, 5.8.1
costing differences, 7.2.3.6
creating credit orders from history, 6.13.1
creating system-generated credit orders, 6.13.1
entering credit orders manually, 6.13.1
configured item planning
setting up, 7.2.1.1
configured item purchase orders
costing, 7.2.3.5
entering receipts, 7.4.1
Configured Item Revisions form, 5.8.3
Configured Item Revisions program (P3210)
calculating weight of items, 5.1
displaying hot spots within order entry, 5.1
displaying the segments within order entry, 5.1
displaying the tree within order entry, 5.1
entering orders, 5.5.4
processing options, 4.11.3, 5.5.3
usage, 5.1
Configured Item Rule Range or Values program (P32921), 4.12.4, 4.13.12
configured item sales orders
costing, 7.2.3.4
Configured Item Segment Detail form, 4.11.5, 4.11.8
Configured Item Segment Search form, 7.7.2
configured item segments
defining, 4.11.2
defining media objects, 4.9
locating information, 4.11.11
processing during order entry, 4.6, 4.13.2.1, 5.2
referencing in formulas, 4.13.4.1
Configured Item Segments program (P3291)
common attributes, 4.11.3
Configured Item Segments Revision form, 4.11.5, 4.11.7
Configured Item Segments table (F3291), A.1
configured item transfer orders
costing, 7.2.3.8
configured item work orders
committing components, 7.2.2
setting up, 7.2.2.2
Configured Item/Rules Table Cross Reference table (F3282), A.1
Configured Item/Rules Table Return Segment Values form, 4.14.2
configured items
adding new work orders to a project, 6.10.2
adding nonstandard components, 5.7.1
adding price adjustments, 5.7.1
adjusting inventory, 6.13.6
analyzing items, 2.2.2
assigning common attributes, 5.6.1
attaching existing work orders to a project, 6.10.3
changing the configuration once an Engineer to Order project quote is accepted, 7.2.5.4
checking availability, 7.3.2
completing work orders, 7.2.8
converting a sales quote to a sales order, 6.12.2, 6.12.5
copying, 4.11.10
correcting error messages, 5.8.1
costing, 4.4
based-on effectivity dates, 4.5, 5.3
costing direct ship orders, 7.2.3.7
costing for purchase orders, 7.2.3.5
costing for sales orders, 7.2.3.4
costing interbranch orders, 7.2.3.9
costing modified work orders, 7.2.4.5
costing modified work orders in Engineer to Order, 7.2.5.3
costing transfer orders, 7.2.3.8
creating credit orders, 6.13.1.1
defining, 2.3
defining media objects, 4.9
defining multilevel, 4.11.2
defining table/item cross-references, 4.14.7
entering an order based on a previously ordered configured item, 5.5.6
entering an order using dynamic configuration, 5.5.5
entering credit orders, 6.13.5
entering cross references on sales orders, 6.2
entering line item discounting on sales orders, 6.2
entering multicurrency on sales orders, 6.2
entering orders, 5.5.4, 6.1
entering purchase order receipts, 7.4.1
entering sales orders, 5.5.2, 6.2
entering sales quotes, 6.12.1
entering substitutes on sales orders, 6.2
industry environment, 2.1.1
linking a table to a configured item, 4.14.7
manufacturing, 7.2
modifying orders, 6.1.1
modifying work orders, 7.2.4
modifying work orders in Engineer to Order, 7.2.5
modifying work orders in Engineer to Order to remove a work order, 7.2.5.2
modifying work orders to add a work order, 7.2.4.4
modifying work orders to remove a work order, 7.2.4.3
modifying work orders without excluding or adding a work order, 7.2.4.2
overview, 2.3
performing additional order processing for sales orders, 6.2
performing an inventory search, 7.7.1, 7.7.3
performing availability checking on sales orders, 6.2
performing costing in Engineer to Order, 7.2.3.3
performing data sequencing, 7.2.2.3
performing manufacturing accounting, 7.2.3.2
performing partial shipments, 7.3.4.1
performing product costing, 7.2.2.2, 7.2.3.1
performing substitutions, 7.2.2.2
planning, 7.2.1
pricing, 4.3
based-on effectivity dates, 4.5, 5.3
printing, 4.11.12
processing commitments on sales orders, 6.2
processing work orders, 7.2.2, 7.2.2.2
revaluing work-in-process, 7.2.6
reviewing hours and quantities on work orders, 7.2.7
reviewing related orders, 7.6.1
revising orders, 5.5.1
revising orders for direct ship orders, 6.3.1
setting up bills of material, 4.2.2
setting up combination orders, 6.6.1
setting up Engineer to Order, 6.10.1
setting up for direct ship orders, 6.3.2
setting up for sales orders, 6.2.1
setting up for work order completions, 7.2.8.1
setting up interbranch orders, 6.5.1
setting up planning, 7.2.1.1
setting up purchase orders, 6.7.1
setting up purchase orders for components, 6.8.2
setting up routings, 4.2.2
setting up transfer orders, 6.4.1
setting up work order processing, 7.2.2.2
setting up work orders, 6.9.1
shipping, 7.3.4
shipping partial order quantity, 7.3.4.2
understanding the manufacturing environment, 2.2.1
assemble-to-order, 2.2.1.2
engineer-to-order, 2.2.1.4
make-to-order, 2.2.1.3
pick-to-order, 2.2.1.1
using combination orders, 6.6
using direct ship orders, 6.3
using distribution, 7.3
using in Engineer to Order, 6.10
using interbranch orders, 6.5
using inventory, 7.3.1
using planning bills, 7.2.1
using procurement, 7.4
using purchase orders, 6.7
using purchase orders for components, 6.8
using the alternative credit order process, 6.13.2, 6.13.6
using transfer orders, 6.4
using work orders, 6.9
viewing for an Engineer to Order project, 6.10.4
working with manufacturing accounting, 7.2.3
working with product costing, 7.2.3
Configured Purchase Order diagram, 6.7
configured rule table values
printing, 4.14.14
configured rules tables
defining, 2.3
Configured Sales Order diagram, 6.2
Configured Sales Order with Work Order diagram, 6.2
Configured String History program (P3296), 5.1, 5.5.6, 5.10.1, 7.5.1
Configured Table Definition program (P3281)
processing options, 4.14.4
usage, 4.14.5
Configured Table Value Revision form, 4.14.2, 4.14.10
configured table values
defining, 4.14.10
Configured Table Values program (P3283)
processing options, 4.14.9
usage, 4.14.10
configured tables
copying, 4.14.12
defining, 4.13.6
defining table definitions with dimensions, 4.14.5
defining table names, 4.14.3
defining table/item cross-references, 4.14.7
defining values, 4.14.10
linking a table to a configured item, 4.14.7
linking to assembly inclusion rules, 4.14.1.2, 4.14.11
reviewing, 4.14.13
setting up, 4.14.1
setting up table definitions with dimensions for configured tables, 4.14.1.1
using C (calculated), 4.14.1
using H (hot spots), 4.14.1
using P (quantity/parts), 4.14.1
using Q (quantity/parts), 4.14.1
using X (pricing), 4.14.1
configured text, 7.2.2.2
defining, 5.11.1
reviewing, 5.11.3
Configured Transfer Order diagram, 6.4
Configured Transfer Order with Work Order diagram, 6.4
Copy Configured Item form, 4.11.5, 4.11.10
Copy Configured Table program (P3289), 4.14.12
Copy Table form, 4.14.2, 4.14.12
Cost or Base Price Markup processing option, 6.4.1
setting up for interbranch orders, 6.5.1
Cost Sales Quotes option
setting up for sales quotes, 6.12.3
costing
setting up, 4.2.1
costing configured items in engineer to order, 7.2.3.3
costing differences, 7.2.3.6
credit orders
creating from history, 6.13.1
creating system-generated, 6.13.1
entering, 6.13.5
entering manually, 6.13.1
using the alternative process, 6.13.2
cross references
entering configured item sales orders, 6.2
Cross Segment Edit Group Revision form, 4.12.3, 4.12.4
Cross Segment Editing Rules - Range table (F32922), A.1
Cross Segment Editing Rules - Values table (F32921), A.1
Cross Segment Editing Rules program (P3292), 4.12.1, 4.12.1
Cross Segment Editing Rules program (R32492), 4.12.10
Cross Segment Editing Rules table (F3292), A.1
Cross Segment Where Used Inquiry form, 4.12.3
cross-segment editing rules
copying, 4.12.7
defining, 2.3, 4.12.4
defining ranges, 4.12.6
defining values, 4.12.5
printing, 4.12.10
processing during order entry, 4.6, 4.13.2.1, 5.2, 5.2
reviewing information, 4.12.9
setting up, 4.12.1
setting up custom error messages, 4.12.8
working with rule numbers, 4.12.1, 4.12.1
cross-segment logic
setting up editing rules, 4.12.1
working with rule numbers, 4.12.1
working with sequence numbers, 4.12.1
Custom Message field, 4.12.8
Customer Service Inquiry form, 5.11.2, 6.12.4, 6.13.4

D

data sequencing for configured item work orders, 7.2.2.3
definitions with dimensions for configured tables
setting up, 4.14.1.1
derived calculations
overview, 4.13.4
processing during order entry, 4.6, 4.13.2.1, 5.2, 5.2
testing, 4.13.15
using algebraic formulas, 4.13.4.2
using concatenations, 4.13.4.5
using external field references, 4.13.4.6
using external program references, 4.13.5
using literal text, 4.13.4.7
using segment references, 4.13.4.1
using substrings, 4.13.4.4
using trigonometric and logarithmic functions, 4.13.4.3
Derived Calculations form, 4.13.9, 4.13.15
direct ship orders
order revisions for configured items, 6.3.1
setting up for configured items, 6.3.2
using for configured items, 6.3
distribution information
setting up, 4.2.5
Document Type List field
setting up for sales quotes, 6.12.3
Document Type processing option
setting up for work orders, 6.9.1
document types
setting up
combination orders, 4.2.4
credit orders, 4.2.4
direct ship orders, 4.2.4
interbranch orders, 4.2.4
purchase orders, 4.2.5
sales orders, 4.2.4
sales quotes, 4.2.4
work orders, 4.2.4
duplicate components, 4.8
defining, 2.3
example, 4.8.1
dynamic configuration
entering orders for configured items, 5.5.5
dynamic configuration entry
enabled, 4.6
rules authoring, 4.12.1.1
rules editing process, 4.12.1.2

E

Edit Item/Price/Cost form, 5.5.2, 5.7.2, 5.7.3
end item identification
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
Engineer to Order
integrations, 1.2.7
performing configured item costing, 7.2.3.3
setting up, 4.2.7
setting up for configured items, 6.10.1
Engineer to Order orders
using configured items, 6.10
Engineer to Order project
adding new work orders for a configured item, 6.10.2
attaching existing work orders for a configured item, 6.10.3
processing configured item work orders, 7.2.2.1
viewing a configuration entry, 6.10.4
Engineer to Order project quote
changing the configuration once the project quote is accepted, 7.2.5.4
error message display
setting up, 4.12.2
error messages
correcting for configured item orders, 5.8.1
correcting hard errors, 5.8.1, 5.8.3
correcting soft errors, 5.8.1
cross-segment editing rules, 4.12.2
displaying, 4.12.2
hard, 4.12.2
setting up custom, 4.12.2
soft, 4.12.2
system-generated, 4.12.2
error states, 4.6.2, 5.2.2
external field references, 4.13.4.6
external program references, 4.13.5

F

F3201 table, A.1
F32019 table, A.1
F3209 table, 4.10.1, A.1
F3211 table, A.1
F32119 table, A.1
F3212 table, A.1
F3215 table, A.1
F32159 table, A.1
F3216 table, A.1
F32169 table, A.1
F3281 table, A.1
F3282 table, A.1
F32821 table, A.1
F3283 table, A.1
F3290 table, A.1
F3291 table, A.1
F3292 table, A.1
F32921 table, A.1
F32922 table, A.1
F3293 Evaluate AIR business function (B3200460), 4.13.8.2
F3293 table, A.1
F4101 table, A.1
F4102 table, A.1
F41021 table, A.1
F4105 table, A.1
F4106 table, A.1
F4201 table, A.1
F4301 table, A.1
F4311 table, A.1
F4801 table, A.1

G

Generate Parts List and Routing Instructions field, 7.2.2.2
generic text
defining, 5.11.1
global
implementation, 1.3.1
graphic confirmation
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2

H

hard error messages
correcting, 5.8.1, 5.8.3
hard-coded hot spots, 4.13.8.1
history, 5.10.1
hot spot assembly inclusion rules
defining, 4.13.8
hot spots
defining, 4.13.10
defining user-defined, 4.13.8.2
using hard-coded, 4.13.8.1
hours and quantities
reviewing, 7.2.7

I

implementation
configurator, 1.3
configurator-specific, 1.3.2
global, 1.3.1
integrations
Configurator, 1.2
Engineer to Order, 1.2.7
Inventory Management, 1.2.1
Procurement, 1.2.5
Product Data Management, 1.2.2
Sales Order Management, 1.2.4
Shop Floor Management, 1.2.3
Work Order Management, 1.2.6
interbranch orders
setting up for configured items, 6.5.1
using for configured items, 6.5
inventory
reviewing for configured items, 5.9.1
Inventory Adjustments form, 6.13.6
Inventory Cost Level field, 4.2.1
Inventory Management
integrations, 1.2.1
setting up, 4.2.1
inventory search
performing, 7.7.1, 7.7.3
invoices
printing, 7.3.5
Item Base Price table (F4106), A.1
Item Branch table (F4102), A.1
Item Cost File table (F4105), A.1
Item Location table (F41021), A.1
item master information
setting up, 4.2.1
Item Master table (F4101), A.1

K

kit processing, 3.1
comparing to configurators, 3.1
Kit/Configurator Pricing Method field, 4.2.1, 4.3

L

lead time
setting up, 4.2.1
lead times
calculating, 7.2.2.3
line item discounting
entering configured item sales orders, 6.2
Line Type field, 4.2.1
setting up for purchase orders, 6.7.1
setting up for sales quote conversion, 6.12.3
setting up for work order processing, 7.2.2.2
line types
setting up
combination orders, 4.2.4
credit orders, 4.2.4
direct ship orders, 4.2.4
interbranch orders, 4.2.4
purchase orders, 4.2.5
sales orders, 4.2.4
sales quotes, 4.2.4
work orders, 4.2.4
literal text, 4.13.4.7
Location Control option
completing work orders, 7.2.8.1
location numbers
setting up, 4.2.1
logic statements, 4.12.1
lot numbers
setting up, 4.2.1
Lot Process Type field, 4.2.1
completing work orders, 7.2.8.1

M

manual entry
creating credit orders, 6.13.1
manufacturing accounting
performing, 7.2.3.2
manufacturing accounting for configured items, 7.2.3
Manufacturing Work Order Processing program (P48013)
usage, 4.2.6
media objects
defining for display within order entry, 4.9
reviewing configured text, 5.11.1
reviewing generic text, 5.11.1
multicurrency
entering configured item sales orders, 6.2
Multilevel Configured Item diagram, 2.3.1
multilevel configured items
defining, 2.3, 4.11.2
example, 2.3.1
multiple variables
Boolean logic, 4.7.3

N

nesting
Boolean logic, 4.7.1
non-dynamic configuration entry enabled, 4.6
nonstandard components and price adjustments
adding to an order, 5.7.3
nonstandard components or price adjustments, 5.7.1

O

order activity rules
setting up
combination orders, 4.2.4
direct ship orders, 4.2.4
interbranch orders, 4.2.4
purchase orders, 4.2.5
sales orders, 4.2.4
order entry methods
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
order entry user interfaces
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
Order Processing program (R31410)
usage, 4.2.6
order revisions
changing purchase orders, 6.8.1
Order Type field
setting up for sales quote conversion, 6.12.3
Order Type processing option
setting up for sales quote conversion, 6.12.3

P

P31P001 program, 6.10
P3201 program, 7.6.1
P3209 program
usage, 4.10.1
P3210 program
calculating weight of items, 5.1
displaying hot spots within order entry, 5.1
displaying the segments within order entry, 5.1
displaying the tree within order entry, 5.1
entering orders, 5.5.4
processing options, 4.11.3, 5.5.3
usage, 5.1
P3220 program, 5.9.1
P3281 program
processing options, 4.14.4
usage, 4.14.5
P3282 program
processing options, 4.14.6
usage, 4.14.7
P3283 program
processing options, 4.14.9
usage, 4.14.10
P3289 program, 4.14.12
P3291 program
common attributes, 4.11.3
P3292 program, 4.12.1, 4.12.1
P32921 program, 4.12.4, 4.13.12
P3293 program
processing options, 4.13.11
usage, 4.13.12
P32944 program, 5.6.4
P3296 program, 5.1, 5.10.1, 7.5.1
P32983 program, 6.10.4
P3299 program, 4.11.10
P3403T program, 4.11.10.1
P4210 program, 5.5.2
P4312 program, 6.8, 7.4.1
P48013 program
usage, 4.2.6
partial shipments
shipping configured items, 7.3.4.1
shipping partial order quantity of a configured item, 7.3.4.2
shipping partial order quantity of components, 7.3.4.3
parts lists
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
pick lists
printing, 7.3.3
planning bills for configured items, 7.2.1
PO Receipts program (P4312), 6.8, 7.4.1
pricing
defining assembly inclusion rules, 4.3, 4.4
defining base prices, 4.3
defining groups, 4.3
setting up, 4.2.1, 4.3
Procurement
integrations, 1.2.5
setting up, 4.2.5
product costing
performing, 7.2.3.1
product costing for configured items, 7.2.3
Product Data Management
integrations, 1.2.2
setting up, 4.2.2
product structures
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
Project Workbench program (P31P001), 6.10
Purchase Order Detail table (F4311), A.1
Purchase Order Header table (F4301), A.1
purchase orders
costing, 7.2.3.5
entering receipts, 7.4.1
revising, 6.8.1
setting up for components of configured items, 6.8.2
setting up for configured items, 6.7.1
using for components of configured items, 6.8
using for configured items, 6.7
Purchased Component Order diagram, 6.8
Purchased Component Order with Work Order diagram, 6.8

R

R31410 program
usage, 4.2.6
R32492 program, 4.12.10
R32493 program, 4.13.16
Range Revision form, 4.12.3, 4.12.6, 4.13.9
Receipt Transactions for Components of a Configured Item diagram, 7.4.1
Related Configured Orders form, 7.6.2, 7.6.3
Related Configured Orders program (P3201), 7.6.1
related orders
reviewing, 7.6.3
routings
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
routings for configured items, 4.2.2
Rule Table Definition Revisions form, 4.14.2, 4.14.5
rule table values
printing, 4.14.14
rules authoring
dynamic configuration entry, 4.12.1.1
Rules Copy Window - Assembly Inclusion Rules form, 4.13.9
Rules Copy Window - Cross Segment Editing Rules form, 4.12.3
rules editing process
dynamic configuration entry, 4.12.1.2
rules processing, 4.6, 4.6, 4.13.2.1, 5.2
Rules Processing diagram, 4.6, 4.13.2.1
Rules Table Definition table (F3281), A.1
Rules Table Detail table (F3283), A.1
Rules Table Value Definition table (F32821), A.1

S

Sales Order Detail Revisions form, 5.5.2, 5.5.2
Sales Order Entry program (P4210), 5.5.2
Sales Order Header table (F4201), A.1
Sales Order Lot and Location field
completing work orders, 7.2.8.1
Sales Order Management
integrations, 1.2.4
setting up, 4.2.4
sales orders
checking availability, 7.3.2.1
costing, 7.2.3.4
printing configured text, 7.2.2.2
revising, 7.2.4
setting up for configured items, 6.2.1
updating standard costs, 7.2.2.2
sales quotes
converting to a sales order, 6.12.5
copying, 6.12.2
creating automatically, 6.12.2
entering, 6.12.1
releasing, 6.12.2
Segment Branch field, 4.12.4
Segment Item field, 4.12.4
Segment Number field, 4.12.4
segment references, 4.13.4.1
Segment UDC Where Used form, 4.11.5
segment values
defining, 2.3
segments
defining, 2.3
processing during order entry, 5.2
setting up configurator constants, 4.10
setting up cross-segment editing rules, 4.12.1
setting up cross-segment logic, 4.12.1
Shop Floor Management
integrations, 1.2.3
setting up, 4.2.3
single pass configuration entry
enabled, 5.2
single pass configuration entry enabled, 4.6
smart parts
calculating, 4.13.7
defining, 4.13.7
soft error messages
correcting, 5.8.1
Standard Cost Calculation field, 7.2.2.2
Stocking Type field, 4.2.1
substitutes
entering configured item sales orders, 6.2
Substitutions field, 7.2.2.2
substrings, 4.13.4.4
Supplier Number field, 6.3.2, 6.8, 6.8.2

T

table definitions with dimensions
defining for configured tables, 4.14.5
table names
defining, 4.14.3
table return segment values
defining for a C table, 4.14.8
Table/Item Cross Reference program (P3282)
processing options, 4.14.6
usage, 4.14.7
Trans Type field, 6.3.2, 6.4.1, 6.8, 6.8.2
setting up for combination orders, 6.6.1
setting up for interbranch orders, 6.5.1
transfer orders
setting up for configured items, 6.4.1
using for configured items, 6.4
trigonometric and logarithmic functions, 4.13.4.3

U

Update Parts List and Routing Instructions field, 7.2.2.2
User Defined Codes form, 4.11.5, 4.11.9, 4.13.9, 4.14.2
user-defined codes
defining hot spots, 4.13.10
defining media objects, 4.9
user-defined hot spots, 4.13.8.2

V

Validate Configuration feature, 4.6
Values field, 4.12.6
Values Revision form, 4.12.3, 4.12.5, 4.13.9

W

work order hierarchies
comparing kits and configurators, 3.2
Work Order Line Type field
setting up configured item sales orders, 6.2.1
Work Order Lot and Location Defaults field
completing work orders, 7.2.8.1
Work Order Management
integrations, 1.2.6
setting up, 4.2.6
Work Order Master table (F4801), A.1
work order processing, 4.6.1
work orders
completing, 7.2.8
costing for configured items in Engineer to Order, 7.2.5.3
costing modified work orders, 7.2.4.5
modifying by net change logic, 7.2.4.1
modifying by net change logic in Engineer to Order, 7.2.5.1
modifying configured items in Engineer to Order, 7.2.5
modifying for configured items, 7.2.4
modifying to add a work order, 7.2.4.4
modifying to remove a work order, 7.2.4.3
modifying without excluding or adding, 7.2.4.2
modifying work orders in Engineer to Order to remove a work order, 7.2.5.2
printing configured text, 7.2.2.2
processing, 5.2.1
processing configured items, 7.2.2.2
processing Engineer to Order configured items, 7.2.2.1
processing for configured items, 7.2.2
reprocessing work orders, 7.2.4
reviewing hours and quantities, 7.2.7
sequencing data for configured items, 7.2.2.3
setting up configured item processing, 7.2.2.2
setting up for completions, 7.2.8.1
setting up for configured items, 6.9.1
updating standard costs, 7.2.2.2
using for configured items, 6.9
Work With AIR Segment Where Used Inquiry form, 4.13.9
Work With AIR Used for Tables form, 4.13.9
Work With Assembly Inclusion Rules form, 4.13.9, 4.14.2
Work With Component Where Used form, 4.13.9
Work with Configuration form, 7.5.2
Work with Configuration String History form, 7.5.2
Work with Configured Item Cross-Reference form, 4.14.2
Work with Configured Items form, 4.11.5
Work With Configured String History form, 5.5.6
Work with Configured Table Definitions form, 4.14.2
Work with Configured Table Values form, 4.14.2
Work with Cross Segment Editing Rules form, 4.12.3
Work With Inventory Adjustments form, 6.13.4
Work with Rules Table Detail form, 4.14.2, 4.14.13
Work with Segment Values program (P32983), 6.10.4
work-in-process
revaluing for configured items, 7.2.6

X

X Rule Based-On Dates table, 4.5