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Rework Work Order

  • 1.  Rework Work Order

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted 11-01-2018 01:32 PM
    ​I'm in NAV 2015.

    I'm trying to create a standard Bom for an existing Finish Good item that will consume (have the component line be the same item as the Output item)

    My certified BOM version is 0005 which has the actual list of components.    I'm creating a BOM version 0006 and getting an error that doesn't make sense to me.     In my Bom version 0006, I'm attempting to consume the same item as the output item.

    Basically, I'm trying to create a new bom version that can be used for Reworking the parent item and add incremental labor cost to it.
    Is this possible?

    Bom Version error

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    Catherine Collins
    Business System Analyst
    San Francisco Bay Coffee Company
    Lincoln CA
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  • 2.  RE: Rework Work Order

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted 11-02-2018 08:25 AM
    This is likely caused by a loop.  Review the changes to your new version and make sure you don't have a sub assembly loop.  Item A requires Item B which requires Item A...continues forever.

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    Ben Baxter
    Consultant
    Accent Software, Inc.
    Carmel IN
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  • 3.  RE: Rework Work Order

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted 11-02-2018 08:26 AM
    The issue that you have is that you are create a BOM versions that is consuming the item that it is outputting. This is creating a circular reference which is why you are getting the BOM Level error.

    What costing method are you using? If it is standard, then cost will not be added to the item.

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    Andrew Good
    President
    Liberty Grove Software
    Oakbrook Terrace IL
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  • 4.  RE: Rework Work Order

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted 11-02-2018 11:11 AM
    You cannot create a Bill of Material with the item as a component.

    You can create a production order and add the item as a component.  This is how many companies do their rework, rebuild, etc.  This is a manual process where you create the order, you can refresh the order and then go into the components and change the components on the production order to be the item and any additional components you may need.  You can also change the routing as needed.

    Kevin

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    Kevin Fons
    Senior Application Consultant
    Innovia Consulting
    Windsor WI
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  • 5.  RE: Rework Work Order

    Posted 11-05-2018 08:39 AM
    This is the way we handle our rework.  A new production order is created and then that finished good is added on the component lines.  That way we consume the product that was reworked and get the added cost associated with the rework.

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    Stephanie Cornwell
    ERP Support & Dev
    Farmers Union Industries, LLC
    Redwood Falls MN
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  • 6.  RE: Rework Work Order

    Posted 19 days ago
    ​When you use a new production order is it identified as rework or does it just look like a regular production order?  We are looking at ways to include rework labor also.

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    Shawna O'Neill
    American Art Clay Co
    ERP Financial Analyst
    Indianapolis IN
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