View and edit quantities, weights, volumes, and dimensions - Intergraph Smart Materials - Version 2016 R4 (8.4.0) - Help - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Materials Help (2016)

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Intergraph Smart Materials
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2016 R4 (8.4)
  1. Select an item shipment.

  2. In the grid, scroll to the Quantities section.

  3. If required, edit the Item Ship Quantity value.

    This quantity can only be updated as long as no MCS (material certificate summary), IRC (inspection release note), and/or release note have been assigned to the item shipment.

  4. In the Item Ship Weight cell, type the weight of the item shipment for a quantity of 1.

    If you change the weight of the item shipment, the new weight is automatically applied to MCS, IRC and release note where this item shipment is assigned to. The total weight of the item shipment is calculated as (item ship quantity * item ship weight) and displayed in the Total Item Ship Weight cell.

  5. Click Weight Unit and select a weight unit.

  6. In the Volume cell, type the volume of the item shipment for a quantity of 1.

    The total volume of the item shipment is calculated as (item ship quantity * volume) and displayed in the Total Volume cell.

  7. Click Volume Unit and select a volume unit.

  8. Type the x-, y-, z-dimensions of the item shipment in the appropriate cells.

  9. Click Dimension Unit and select a dimension unit.

    The volume of the item shipment is calculated as (x-dimension * y-dimension * z-dimension) for a quantity of 1 and displayed in the Calculated Volume cell. The Total Calculated Volume cell shows the result of (calculated volume * item ship quantity).

  10. Click the Quantities tab.

    This tab is read-only.

    The item shipment's quantities, weights, volumes and dimensions are displayed.

    Quantities

    • Item Ship Quantity - The quantity of the item shipment to be delivered.

    • Requisition Quantity - The sum of the released quantities of all requisition line items associated with the agreement line item of this item shipment.

    • Released Quantity - The total quantity released by engineering.

    • Order Quantity - The quantity placed on the corresponding agreement line item.

    • Order Variation - The difference between the agreement line item quantity on the actual supplement and the agreement line item quantity on the previous supplement.

    • Approved Quantity - The quantity of the item shipment on an approved release note.

    • Total Approved Quantity - The sum of quantities of the corresponding agreement line item on approved release notes.

    • Received Quantity - The quantity that has already been received on site for the item shipment. Depending on the setting of project default ZP_RECVQTY, either all MRRs are taken into account or only MRRs that have already been posted.

    • Item Ship-Req Delta - The delta quantity between the agreement line item and associated requisition line items. In the case of split tags, only master tags are taken into account.

    • Item Ship-PO Delta - The delta quantity between item shipments and the agreement line item. In the case of split tags, only master tags are taken into account.

    • PO-Req Delta - The delta quantity between the agreement line item and associated requisition line items. In the case of split tags, only master tags are taken into account.

    • Quantity Unit - The unit of the item shipment, MCS, IRC, and release note quantity.

      Weights

    • Item Ship Weight - The weight of the item shipment for a quantity of 1.

    • Total Item Ship Weight - The total weight of the item shipment, calculated as quantity * weight per unit.

    • Weight Unit - The unit of the item shipment, IRC, and release note weight.

      Volumes

    • Volume - The volume of the item shipment for a quantity of 1.

    • Total Volume - The total volume of the item shipment, calculated as quantity * volume per unit.

    • Volume Unit - The unit of the volume.

      Dimensions

    • x/y/z Dimension - The x-, y-, z-dimensions of the item shipment.

    • Dimension Unit - The unit of the dimensions.

    • Calculated Volume - The volume of the item shipment is calculated as (x-dimension * y-dimension * z-dimension) for a quantity of 1.

    • Total Calculated Volume - The result of (calculated volume * item ship quantity).

      The Heat indicator shows whether any heat numbers have been entered for the item shipment.

      The Heat Comp indicator shows whether the item shipment quantity is completely assigned to heat numbers.