MIR by BOM Commodity - Intergraph Smart Materials - Version 2016 R4 (8.4.0) - Help - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Materials Classic Help (2016)

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2016 R4 (8.4)

To issue material for particular list nodes (representing isometric drawings), you can use the C.20.22.01 MIR by BOM Commodity screen.

To define a MIR, create a new record using the New Record button and select the date from the LOV in the Issue Date field.

Select the type of the MIR from the drop-down list in the Issue Type field. The available values are:

  • Regular (default)

  • Miss

  • Lost

  • Damage

  • Reverse Pick Ticket (see Reverse Pick Tickets for more information)

Enter the name of the person who issued the material in the Issue By field. Next, select the subcontractor who will receive the material from the LOV in the Company field. If the project default ZC_BIN_LOC is set to BLOC, select a site code from the LOV in the Site Code field. Then select the overissue warehouse assigned to this subcontractor from the LOV in the Overissue Warehouse field. This field is only mandatory if you insert higher issue quantities than the related list pos quantity. Select a location from the LOV in the Location field. To assign a work order to the MIR, select an approved subcontract agreement from the Work Order list. If the agreement does not yet exist, you can manually enter the agreement number. Finally, enter descriptions for the MIR in the Short Desc and Description fields, and save the new MIR.

To assign the inventory issue records to the MIR in the second (Inventory Issues) block, you can click the Populate List Nodes button to open the B.20.01 Search and Select screen.

The Pos. Available indicator shows whether positions are available or not for the list node.

Select the Sel check box for all nodes to be inserted on the main screen, or click the Select all button to select all displayed nodes. To cancel a selection, click the Unselect all button. Click the Fill In button to insert the selected nodes and to close the LOV. To close the LOV without inserting any node, click the X at the upper right corner of the LOV.

To search particular BOM nodes in the tree, you can use the basic or the advanced search function. To use the basic search, enter the search string in the Search for List Node field and click the Search button. You can use wildcards like % or _ for the search string.

The search result is displayed in a separate window. See picture below.

Select the Sel check box for all nodes to be inserted on the main screen, or click the Select all button to select all displayed nodes. To cancel a selection, click the Unselect all button. Click the Fill In button to insert the selected nodes and to close the LOV. To close the LOV without inserting any node, click the Close button.

To use the advanced search function, click the Advanced Search button on the B.20.01 Search and Select LOV screen. You can enter further search criteria on Window 3.

This functionality allows you to search not only for the node name, but also for node attributes, groups, parts, commodity codes, idents, and tag numbers. Enter the search string in the Search for field; you can use wildcards like % or _.

Next, select a search option to define how the software will search. Finally, you can specify which fields are to be browsed by selecting the corresponding check box. You can select node name, node attributes, group, part, commodity code, ident code, and/or tag number.

The search result is displayed in the same window as the basic search; see the picture above.

The B.20.01 Search and Select screen can also be opened by double-clicking in the List Node field of the second block or by clicking the LOV button in this field.

If the List Node field is displayed with a magenta background color, it indicates that heat numbers exist for this item. Double-click in the List Node field to open the C.20.25 Issued Heat Numbers screen.

For field descriptions and how to approve, post, and unpost a MIR, and how to create a revision, see MIR by Reservation.

The Unpost button is only enabled for posted MIRs of type Regular as long as no higher revision exists of this MIR.

MLD (Miss, Lost or Damaged) Processing

MLD Processing is only used for MIRs with issue type Miss, Lost, or Damaged. The default value for the MLD Type is always Register and Reissue (for MIRs with issue type Regular, the MLD type is always NULL). The available MLD types are listed below.

Register and Reissue - The MLD is registered (with this MIR) and a new quantity is issued. You can only insert the MLD Quantity and the Issue Quantity.

Register Only - Only register the MLD. You can only insert the MLD quantity. When posting the MIR, the inventory will not be updated.

Use OI to compensate - You can insert a quantity (maximum overissue on-hand qty) to compensate the MLD. When posting the MIR, the quantities are issued against the overissue warehouse (MLD Qty) and the inventory warehouse (Issue Qty). The overissue quantity will be revised for the company in old MIRs.

To issue material with associated heat numbers, open the C.20.25.02 Issued Heat Numbers by BOM screen from the Fastcall.

List positions for which heat numbers have been issued are shown with a pink background color in the List Node field.