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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Demand Flow Manufacturing Implementation Guide
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1 Introduction to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing

This chapter contains the following topics:

1.1 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing Overview

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing enables a manufacturing company to design its production facility to meet the requirements of demand-driven manufacturing. In a demand-driven environment, a manufacturer has to be able to build any model at any time based on existing demand. To support this goal, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing enables you to:

  • Design a manufacturing line based on the processes required to build the products in a mixed model family.

  • Calculate the throughput for the line based on demand at capacity.

  • Calculate kanban sizes based on the line design to ensure a smooth supply of component parts.

  • Calculate labor and machine resource requirements based on the work content of each process, to meet daily demand and to support demand at capacity production levels.

  • Plan and sequence production.

You can integrate JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing. In this case you import base data, such as item information, bills of material, resource information and sales orders into JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing. If JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing is not integrated with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing, the system provides programs to set up these data within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing.

1.2 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing Integrations

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing system integrates with these JD Edwards EnterpriseOne systems from Oracle:

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Management

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Costing

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing Accounting

  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management

We discuss integration considerations in the implementation chapters in this implementation guide.

1.2.1 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne The Inventory Management system creates item branch and location records.

1.2.2 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable system creates supplier records.

1.2.3 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system creates customer records.

1.2.4 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management system creates employee records.

1.2.5 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management system creates bills of materials, work centers and routings.

1.2.6 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Management

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Management system creates orderless item completions.

1.2.7 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Costing

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Costing system creates and maintains cost information for items.

1.2.8 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing Accounting

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing Accounting system creates accounting transactions for orderless shop floor transactions.

1.2.9 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management system creates sales orders that represent demand for planning in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing.

1.3 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing Implementation

This section provides an overview of the steps that are required to implement the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing system.

In the planning phase of your implementation, take advantage of all JD Edwards EnterpriseOne sources of information including the installation guides and troubleshooting information.

When determining which electronic software updates (ESUs) to install for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing, use the EnterpriseOne and World Change Assistant. EnterpriseOne and World Change Assistant, a Java-based tool, reduces the time required to search and download ESUs by 75 percent or more and enables you to install multiple ESUs at one time.

See JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Software Updates Guide.

1.3.1 Global Implementation Steps

This table lists the suggested global implementation steps for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing system:

  1. Set up global user-defined codes.

    See "Working With USer Defined Codes" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools System Administration Guide.

  2. Set up companies, fiscal date patterns, and business units.

    See "Setting Up Organizations" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.

  3. Set up next numbers.

    See "Setting Up Next Numbers" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.

  4. Enter address book records.

    See "Entering Address Book Records" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Address Book Implementation Guide.

  5. Set up inventory information such as branch/plant constants, default locations and printers, manufacturing and distribution AAIs, and document types.

    See "Setting Up the Inventory Management System' in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Inventory Management Implementation Guide.

  6. Set up the shop floor calendar.

    See "Setting Up Shop Floor Management" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Shop Floor Management Implementation Guide.

  7. Set up manufacturing constants.

    See "Setting Up Product Data Management" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Product Data Management Implementation Guide.

1.3.2 Implementation Steps for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing

This table lists the suggested application-specific implementation steps for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing. The required implementation steps vary depending on whether you are implementing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing with integration to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing or without integration.

If you integrate JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing with other JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications, you use these applications to set up some of the required data. If you use JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing without integration, you use the base data programs in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing to set up these data.

  1. Set up scenarios.

    See Setting Up Base Data for Demand Flow Manufacturing.

  2. Set up a default user scenario.

    See Setting Up Base Data for Demand Flow Manufacturing.

  3. Set up branch information, standard unit of measure conversion, items, bills of material, customers, suppliers and employees.

    See Setting Up Base Data for Demand Flow Manufacturing.

    Note:

    Use this implementation step if you use JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Flow Manufacturing without integrations.
  4. Set up items.

    See "Entering Item Information" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Inventory Management Implementation Guide.

  5. Set up locations.

    See "Setting Up the Inventory Management System" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Inventory Management Implementation Guide.

  6. Set up customers.

    See "Setting Up Customer Master Information" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Accounts Receivable Implementation Guide.

  7. Set up suppliers.

    See "Entering Supplier Information" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Accounts Payable Implementation Guide.

  8. Set up employees.

    See "Setting Up Employee Information" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Human Capital Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.

  9. Set up bills of material.

    See "Setting Up Bills of Material" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Product Data Management Implementation Guide.

  10. Set up work centers and routings.

    See "Entering Work Centers and Routing Instructions" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Product Data Management Implementation Guide.

  11. Set up data movement configurations.

    See Integrating Demand Flow Manufacturing with Other JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications.

  12. Set up mixed model families.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  13. Set up processes.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  14. Set up paths.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  15. Set up product synchronizations.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  16. Set up volume design.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  17. Set up standard tasks.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  18. Set up standard sequence of events.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  19. Set up sequence of events.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  20. Set up cells.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  21. Set up process maps.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  22. Set up lines.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  23. Set up a line design.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  24. Set up an operational definition.

    See Designing the Demand Flow Manufacturing Line.

  25. Set up kanban constants.

    See Managing Kanban in a Demand Flow Environment.

  26. Set up kanban location master records.

    See Managing Kanban in a Demand Flow Environment.

  27. Set up kanban pull chains.

    See Managing Kanban in a Demand Flow Environment.

  28. Set up a resource design.

    See Planning Production and Resources.

  29. Set up resource design effectivity dates.

    See Planning Production and Resources.