Bill Of Material
1) Defining Resource
ReResources are anything— except component material used to manufacture, cost, or schedule products.
TABLES ARE :--BOM_RESOURCE ( col: resource_id)
We Define Resource by mentioning Resource type,Charge type and UOM and if it an OSP resource we need mention the costs associated with it.
2) Defining Department
Department :A department is an area within your organization that consists of one or more people, machines
After defining the resource we have to assign that resource to the department.
TABLES ARE:--- BOM_DEPARTMENTS (col: department_id)
3) Defining Routing
Sequence of operations performed from Raw material to finished product.
In this routing we'll specify the Item,Operation sequence,Effectivity dates and count point,autocharge and backflush details.
➢ A routing defines the step–by–step operations you perform to manufacture a product.
➢ Each routing can have any number of operations.
➢ Routings are used to specify the processes that are used to manufacture discrete and repetitive
➢ A primary routing is the list of operations most frequently performed to build a product.
➢ When you define a new primary routing, you specify only the item (no alternate name) and you
can assign a routing revision.
➢ You can define one primary routing and many alternate routings for an item.
➢ For each routing, define the operations, the sequence to perform them, and the resources
required at each operation. You can define either a primary or an alternate routing
➢ You must define at least one department before you create a routing
➢ BOM Allowed must be set to Yes for the item you are creating a routing
➢ You assign department resources to an operation.
BiBill of Material -->Routings -->Routings
BOM_ROUTING_SEQUENCE (col: routing_sequence_id)
BOM_OPERATION_ROUTINGS (col: routing_sequence_id)