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hmtoggle_plus1Additional Cost Percentage

This is the percentage that will be defaulted in the field addition cost % on purchase orders and the released purchase order generation function for the orders division if the freight term allows additional cost.

The maximum percentage that can be specified is subject to the maximum percentage specified on system configuration

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Up Adjust Purchase Orders

If checked this setting will allow the user to up adjust an Order Line Quantity on Purchase Orders, if the line status equals 'Released' or 'Firmed' and the line type equals 'Stocked'.

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Nodes

This division will only be allowed on the node as the node's division if this setting is set to "Yes".

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Requisitions On Planned Nodes

If set, requisitions can be added to nodes with a status of planned.

The requisition amount will be shown as a commitment against the node.   The requisition can not be cost/node approved before the node is released.

 

RELATED TOPICS:

Node

Requisitions

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Requisitions On Firmed Nodes

If set, requisitions can be added to nodes with a status of firmed.

The requisition amount will be shown as a commitment against the node.  The requisition can not be cost/node approved before the node is released.

 

RELATED TOPICS:

Node

Requisitions

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Requisitions On Approved Nodes

If set, requisitions can be added to nodes with a status of approved.

The requisition amount will be shown as a commitment against the node.  The requisition can not be cost/node approved before the node is released.

 

RELATED TOPICS:

Node

Requisitions

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Sales Order Divisional Transfer

This setting governs whether a sales order can be transferred from or to a division.  Only sales orders with lines with a quantity issued of zero can be transferred.  Journals are created to allocate work in progress accordingly.

 

The function referencing this setting is Sales Order Divisional Transfer.

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Next Year Cost Centre Rates Update

It is a division constraint that will allow or disallow the update of cost centre rates for the "next" financial year, whether attempted via the Part Master cost change or the Cost Generation update.

 

If the value is Allow "A", users with the necessary authority may change the cost centre rate.  If the value is Allow But Send Mail To Accountant "M", users with the necessary authority may change the cost centre rate and the Division Accountant is notified via electronic mail.  If the value is Disallow "D", no cost centre rate can be changed.

 

Functions referencing this setting include:

Cost Centre

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Next Year Cost Update Via Costgen

It is a division constraint that will allow or disallow the update of any part cost for the "next" financial year via the Cost Generation update.

 

If the value is Allow "A", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price.  If the value is Allow But Send Mail To Accountant "M", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price and the Division Accountant is notified via electronic mail.  If the value is Disallow "D", no part's cost price can be changed.

 

The setting might temporarily be set to Disallow "D" for a period preceding the coming (next) financial year, to keep part cost data steady for a period, for the purpose of finalising budgets, forecasts etc.

 

Functions referencing this setting include:

 

For Financial Year on Cost Generation

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Current Year Cost Centre Rates Update

It is a division constraint that will allow or disallow the update of cost centre rates for the current financial year.

 

If the value is Allow "A", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price.  If the value is Allow But Send Mail To Accountant "M", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price and the Division Accountant is notified via electronic mail.  If the value is Disallow "D", no part's cost price can be changed.

 

Functions referencing this setting include:

Cost Centre

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Current Year Cost Update Via Costgen

It is a division constraint that will allow or disallow the update of any part cost for the current financial year via the Cost Generation update.

 

If the value is Allow "A", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price.  If the value is Allow But Send Mail To Accountant "M", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price and the Division Accountant is notified via electronic mail.  If the value is Disallow "D", no part's cost price can be changed.

 

Functions referencing this setting include:

 

For Financial Year on Cost Generation

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Current Year Cost Update Via Part Master

It is a division constraint that will allow or disallow the update of any part cost for the current financial year via the Part Master .

 

If the value is Allow "A", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price.  If the value is Allow But Send Mail To Accountant "M", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price and the Division Accountant is notified via electronic mail.  If the value is Disallow "D", no part's cost price can be changed.

 

Functions referencing this setting include:

 

Financial Year Data on the Part Master

hmtoggle_plus1Allow Next Year Cost Update Via Part Master

It is a division constraint that will allow or disallow the update of any part cost for the "next" financial year via the Part Master .

 

If the value is Allow "A", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price.  If the value is Allow But Send Mail To Accountant "M", users with the necessary authority may change the part's cost price and the Division Accountant is notified via electronic mail.  If the value is Disallow "D", no part's cost price can be changed.

 

The setting might temporarily be set to Disallow "D" for a period preceding the coming (next) financial year, to keep part cost data steady for a period, for the purpose of finalising budgets, forecasts etc.

 

Functions referencing this setting include:

 

Financial Year Data on the Part Master

hmtoggle_plus1Apply 2

This operation will only be performed if all accounts have been entered, and the current user is the division manager, division accountant, acting division manager, acting division accountant, chief executive officer or acting chief executive officer.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

hmtoggle_plus1Approved Budget Current Year Update By

It is populated with options which govern who may update cost centre/division related account budgets for the current financial year:

 

Cost centre manager can change (C);

Cost centre manager can change and accountant gets mail (CAM);

Only division manager and accountant can change (DA); or

Only CEO can change (CEO).

 

Cost Centre Manager Can Change "C"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow the Cost Centre/Division Manager or person(s) acting for them to only update the approved budgets of their own cost centre/division accounts for the current financial year.

 

Cost Centre Manager Can Change and Accountant Gets Mail "CAM"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow the Cost Centre/Division Manager or person(s) acting for them to update the approved budgets of their own cost centre/divison accounts for the current financial year.  In addition, mail will be sent to the Division Accountant.

 

Only Division Manager and Accountant Can Change "DA"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will disallow any changes by the Cost Centre Manager and only permit the Division Manager, Accountant, or person(s) acting for them to change approved budgets.

 

Only CEO Can Change "CEO"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will only permit the CEO or Acting for CEO to update the approved budgets for the specific division.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Inquire on Account Budgets Actuals

hmtoggle_plus1Approved Budget Future Year Update By

It is populated with options, which govern who may update cost centre/division related account budgets for the next financial year:

 

Cost centre manager can change (C);

Cost centre manager can change and accountant gets mail (CAM);

Only division manager and accountant can change (DA); or

Only CEO can change (CEO).

 

Cost Centre Manager Can Change "C"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow the Cost Centre/Division Manager or person(s) acting for them to update the approved budgets of their cost centre/division accounts for the next financial year.

 

Cost Centre Manager Can Change and Accountant Gets Mail "CAM"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow the Cost Centre/Division Manager or person(s) acting for them to update the approved budgets of their cost centre/division accounts for the next financial year.  In addition, mail will be sent to the Division Accountant.

 

Only Division Manager and Accountant Can Change "DA"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will disallow any changes by the Cost Centre manager and only permit the Division manager, Accountant or person(s) acting for them to change approved budgets.

 

Only CEO Can Change "CEO"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will only permit the CEO or Acting for CEO to update the budgets for the specific division.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Inquire on Account Budgets Actuals

hmtoggle_plus1Approved Budget Previous Period Update By

It is populated with options, which govern who may update cost centre/division related account budgets for the previous period:

 

Cost centre manager can change (C);

Cost centre manager can change and accountant gets mail (CAM);

Only division manager and accountant can change (DA); or

Only CEO can change (CEO).

 

Cost Centre Manager Can Change "C"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow the Cost Centre/Division Manager or person(s) acting for them to update the approved budgets of their cost centre/division accounts for the previous period.

 

Cost Centre Manager Can Change and Accountant Gets Mail "CAM"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow the Cost Centre/Division Manager or person(s) acting for them to update the approved budgets of their cost centre/division accounts for the previous period.  In addition, mail will be sent to the Division Accountant.

 

Only Division Manager and Accountant Can Change "DA"

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will disallow any changes by the Cost Centre manager and only permit the Division manager, Accountant or person(s) acting for them to change approved budgets.

 

Only CEO Can Change "CEO"

 

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will only permit the CEO or Acting for CEO to update the budgets for the specific division.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Inquire on Account Budgets Actuals

hmtoggle_plus1Automate Timesheet Approval

This setting allows timesheets to be auto approved. It works hand-in-glove with the ENFORCE TIMESHEET COMPLETE setting. If the latter is on, the auto approval may be set to 'Zero hour timesheets' or 'All timesheets'. The former allows only complete zero hour timesheets to be auto approved. The latter allows all complete timesheets to be auto approved.

 

Note that the timesheets may not be auto (or manually) approved ahead of the current period.

hmtoggle_plus1Automate Timesheet Approval Node

This setting allows timesheets to be automatically Node Approved. It works hand-in-glove with the ENFORCE TIMESHEET COMPLETE setting. If the latter is on, the auto approval may be set to 'Zero hour timesheets' or 'All timesheets'. The former allows only complete zero hour timesheets to be auto approved. The latter allows all complete timesheets to be auto approved.

 

Note that the timesheets may not be auto (or manually) approved ahead of the current period.

hmtoggle_plus1Automate Timesheet Approval Cost Centre

This setting allows timesheets to be automatically Cost Centre Approved. It works hand-in-glove with the ENFORCE TIMESHEET COMPLETE setting. If the latter is on, the auto approval may be set to 'Zero hour timesheets' or 'All timesheets'. The former allows only complete zero hour timesheets to be auto approved. The latter allows all complete timesheets to be auto approved.

 

Note that the timesheets may not be auto (or manually) approved ahead of the current period.

hmtoggle_plus1Auto Print PO Receiving Labels

The field “Auto Print PO Receiving Labels” will be interpreted by the movements:

Supplier to Store

Supplier to Inspection

Inspection to Store

If set to allow, auto printing of receipt and bar coded labels will be automatically performed.

Two options exists that is populated from the table “Column Values”

The Column Name = “Auto Print PO Receiving Labels”

 

Column Value = “A”

Column Description = “Allow Auto Printing”

 

Column Value = “D”

Column Description = “Disallow Auto Printing”

hmtoggle_plus1Budget Checking Type

hmtoggle_plus1Cos On Division Only

This field states whether other accounts are allowed as COS or not.  This setting applies to the budgeting functionality.

hmtoggle_plus1Creditor Settlement Discount Account Enforce

It is populated with the Creditors Settlement Discount Account Enforce field from the Division table.  It is stored as one of the following codes:

 

Adhere to division settlement account (A),

Allow either blank or default account (B), or

No enforcement of account (N).

 

When a new division is added it defaults to "No Enforcement of Accounts" (N).  The Account column in Invoice Line Links grid on the Creditors function references this setting.

hmtoggle_plus1Default Output Tax Code

The input tax code is the tax code that will be used for defaulting a tax code to a tax transaction (Customer orders, Debtors, Bank transaction) when no other default source is available. I.e. commodity code, external organisation, External org part price etc.

 

This is a combo box that populates with all the Tax Codes from the Tax Code table with Output_Tax = Yes (1) and with a status of active.  This is a mandatory field.

hmtoggle_plus1Default Input Tax Code

The input tax code is the tax code that will be used for defaulting a tax code to a tax transaction (Purchase orders, creditors, Bank transaction) when no other default source is available. I.e. commodity code, external organisation, External org part price etc.

 

This is a combo box that populates with all the Tax Codes from the Tax Code table with Input_Tax = Yes (1) and with a status of active.  This is a mandatory field.

hmtoggle_plus1Days Supply Default Class A Items

It displays the days supply default class A items from the Division table.  To update this field, click on the cell and make the necessary changes.  This field defaults to 20.  It must be greater than zero and less than 32 768.

 

The days supply is the default days supply on the Part Master whenever the order policies, Period Cover Interval or Fixed/Period combination are selected.

 

When creating a new part master record or updating an existing record, and the user specified an ABC classification of High Usage Value (Class A), the system will aid the user by displaying the default days supply as specified in this field.  The user will still be permitted to change the days supply to another value on the part master record.

 

When an ABC reclassification is performed where the Update ABC Class and Update Days Supply are checked on the function ABC Analysis , the system will apply the value as specified in this field, should an item be reclassified as a Class A Item.

 

The value specified for this field may not exceed the values specified for the Days Supply Default Class B Items and Days Supply Default Class C Items .

hmtoggle_plus1Division Stock Only For Backflushing Of This Division'S Orders

OF THIS DIVISION'S ORDERS

When checked "Yes", other divisions may not use this division's stock when back flushing.

 

RELATED TOPICS: Production to Customer

Production to Stores

hmtoggle_plus1Days Supply Default Class B Items

It displays the days supply default class B items from the Division table.

 

To update this field, click on the cell and make the necessary changes. It defaults to 120. The Days Supply Default Class B Items must be greater than zero, and less than 32 768.

 

The days supply is the default days supply on the Part Master whenever the order policies, Period Cover Interval or Fixed/Period combination are selected.

 

When creating a new part master record or updating an existing record, and the user specified an ABC classification of Medium Usage Value (Class B), the system will aid the user by displaying the default days supply as specified in this field.  The user will still be permitted to change the days supply to another value on the part master record.

 

When an ABC reclassification is performed where the Update ABC Class and Update Days Supply are checked on the function ABC Analysis , the system will apply the value as specified in this field, should an item be reclassified as a Class B Item.

 

The value specified for this field must be greater than or equal to the value specified for Days Supply Default Class A Items and may not be less than the value specified for Days Supply Default Class C Items .

hmtoggle_plus1Days Supply Default Class C Items

It is populated with days supply default class C items from the Division table.

 

To update this field, click on the cell and make the necessary changes.   It defaults to 240. The Days Supply Default Class C Items must be greater than zero, and less than 32 768.

 

The days supply is specified to serve as the default days supply on the Part Master whenever the order policies, Period Cover Interval or Fixed/Period Combination are selected.

 

When creating a new part master record or updating an existing record, and the user specified an ABC classification of Low Usage Value (Class C), the system will aid the user by displaying the default days supply as specified in this field.  The user will still be permitted to change the days supply to another value on the part master record.

 

When an ABC reclassification is performed where the Update ABC Class and Update Days Supply are checked on the function ABC Analysis , the system will apply the value as specified in this field, should an item be reclassified as a Class C Item.

 

The value specified for this field must be greater than or equal to the value specified for the fields, Days Supply Class B Items.

hmtoggle_plus1Default Bank For Counter Sales

The Default Bank for Counter Sales is an optional field.  By leaving it blank, it will disallow the selected division to perform counter sales via the movement, Stores to Customer .

 

If specified, the bank's counter sales account will be defaulted to the counter sales movement for cash sale transactions.  This bank's counter sales account will, however, not be enforced as the user will be allowed to select another bank prior to performing the movement.

 

It is populated with the bank code, bank name and general ledger account, where The field "Counter sales allowed" = Yes (1) on the Bank Internal table To update this setting, click on cell and select a value in the combo box.

 

RELATED TOPIC:

Bank Internal

Stores to Customer

Customer to Stores                        

hmtoggle_plus1Default For Node Budget Checking

This setting determines if budgets are mandatory on project before expenditures are allowed.

 

If budget checking applies, material and/or labour budgets need to be predefined and will, as such, only permit the entry/approval of requisitions and timesheets if the amount is available for the applicable financial period in the budget.

 

If budget checking does not apply, the budget is created dynamically as and when requisitions and/or timesheets are entered.

 

This field sets the default of Yes or No for budget checking on nodes (projects) for the selected division.  If Division Controls Node Budget has a setting of "No", budgets will not be enforced.

 

EXAMPLE:

 

If this field has a setting of "Yes", a new node (project) that is being added will assume the default of Yes, but will permit the Node Manager to switch the budget checking off, for nodes (projects) lower down in the work breakdown structure.

 

This field is updated by checking/unchecking the check box. When a new division is added, this field defaults to unchecked "No".

hmtoggle_plus1Division Logo Filename

If a division logo filename has been defined, the division logo will be displayed on the Division tab when a division is selected (i.e. Logo.jpg).

 

The setting Path, Image (UNC Name) on the System Configuration table is read to locate the path to the filename.

 

The logo is located by using the path and the division logo filename specified in this field.

 

To update this field, click on the cell and type a file name in the text box.  

hmtoggle_plus1Division May Place Purchase Orders

This field specifies whether a division will be allowed to place purchase orders.

The Purchase Orders and Released Purchase Order Generation functions only populate with divisions that are allowed to place purchase orders.

 

This field can be checked (Yes) or unchecked (No).  This field is updated by clicking on the cell in the grid and checking/un checking the check box.  It is mandatory with a default of checked "Yes" when added.

 

RELATED TOPICS: Division on Purchase Orders

Division on Released Purchase Order Generation

Division on the Production to Scrap Movement

Division on the Scrap to Production Movement

hmtoggle_plus1Division Logo

It displays the division logo according to the value of the setting Path, Image (unc name) on the System Configuration table and the Division Logo Filename specified on the "Business Rules" tab of this function.

hmtoggle_plus1Enforce Automate Timesheet Approval Cost Centre

This setting forces Automatic Timesheet Approval by Cost Centre managers in the selected Division.

hmtoggle_plus1Enforce Automate Timesheet Approval Node

This setting forces Automatic Timesheet Approval by Node managers against the selected Division.

hmtoggle_plus1Enforce Timesheet Complete

A setting on the Timesheet called "Timesheet Complete" allows the employee to indicate that this timesheet record for this task for today is complete, meaning that the hours are correct and the target date, comments and hours remaining are also entered (if applicable).

 

In order to assist with timesheet management, it may be useful to force the user to complete all timesheets of the previous timesheet period, before entering any new timesheets in the new period.  This period is defined as the Timesheet Cutoff Frequency on System Configuration.

 

It can also help to determine if any timesheets which are late, and whether the minimum hours per day/week/month were booked (as per the Labour Resource settings).

hmtoggle_plus1Enforce Stock Disposition Default

This determines whether the transfer of journals must take place when stock is moved from one node to another. I.e. Does the receiving node pay for the stock or not.  If the Enforce is 'Y' the Default applies, otherwise it is merely the default and may be changed per node. If the default is 'Y', the receiving node must pay for the stock.

hmtoggle_plus1Force Additional Cost Percentage

Foreign Purchase Orders Only

If the Force_Add_Cost_Percentage is checked and the freight term allows Additional cost, the Additional cost % (As specified on division) will be defaulted. The order line rules “Add” and “Update” triggers will ensure that the percentage is not violated.

If the freight term doesn’t allow additional cost, the default will be 0 and the field will be disabled.

hmtoggle_plus1Force Budget Rate

The budget rate is specified on the function “Currency Codes” on the tab “Budget Yearly Rate”

The budget rate is to be seen in conjunction with the part financial year data i.e. when the part financial year data were determined the budget rate as specified were used to determine the base value

If the field Force_Budget_Rate is checked then on the functions Release Purchase Order Generation and Purchase Orders this exchange rate will be forced and the user will not be allowed to change the exchange rate for stocked and subcontract purchase order lines.

If no budget rate exist for the payment currency on the order and the division forces the budget rate the function will not force the rate.

Note: On released purchase order generation for the modes “Non Stock Purchase Orders” and “Service Requisition” the force budget rate will not be applied

 

Differences between the order line rate and the budget rate will also be journalised to the accounts “Foreign Currency Price Variance” and “Foreign Fluctuations”.

hmtoggle_plus1Force Planner Approval Unplanned Issues

When checked "Yes", and you create an unplanned issue requisition, the planner(s) of the selected part(s) have to approve and specify an authorised issue date for every part requested.

 

This will not prohibit the requisition to be approved by the node/account responsible person or the release of the requisition, but will prohibit the issuing of the parts if the planner approval is absent or the authorised issue date is a future date.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Unplanned Issue Requisition

hmtoggle_plus1Force Buyer Input Non Stock Purchase

When checked "Yes", and you create a non stock purchase order requisition, the Buyer has to approve the requisition before the node/account responsible person can release the requisition and send it for implementation.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Non Stock Purchase Requisition

hmtoggle_plus1Foreign Receiving Non requisition Method

All supplier movement stored procedures and journals have been changed to adhere to the new division rules on how to handle exchange rate fluctuations.

For the division setting "Foreign Receiving NonRequisition Method"  (Order lines on which no account or node exists) and the value is "Order Value"

The order rate will be used for the journals (No Fluctuation)

 

For the division setting "Foreign Receiving NonRequisition Method"  (Order lines on which no account or node exists) and the value is "Create Shipment Document and Enforce Spot Rate"

A shipment document must exists for the order line and the rate cannot be zero.

The shipment document's rate will be used for the journals and the difference between order line rate and the shipment document rate will be written to the over and under provisioning account (Dt or Ct) and The stock account will also be debited or credited with the rate difference.

 

If forward cover applies on a foreign currency purchase order line then the division rules will be ignored and the journals will be written against the order line's rate.

hmtoggle_plus1Foreign Receiving Requisition Method

For the division setting "Foreign Receiving Requisition Method"  (Order lines on which an account or node exists) and the value is "Order Value" the order rate will be used for the journals (No Fluctuation).

 

For the division setting "Foreign Receiving Requisition Method"  (Order lines on which an account or node exists) and the value is "Create Shipment Document and Stop If Requisition Is Exceeded".

A shipment document must exists for the order line and the rate cannot be zero.

The shipment document's rate will be used for the journals and the difference between order line rate and the shipment document rate will be written to the over and under provisioning account (Dt or Ct) and the account or node on the order line will be debited or credited with the rate difference if the actual amount on the requisition is greater than the required amount because of the fluctuation the required amount will have to be adjusted.

 

If forward cover applies on a foreign currency purchase order line then the division rules will be ignored and the journals will be written against the order line's rate.

hmtoggle_plus1Interest Percentage On Credit Balances

This percentage will be added to outstanding credit balances during the budgeting cycle.

This setting applies only to the budgeting functionality.

hmtoggle_plus1Interest Percentage On Debit Balances

This percentage will be added to outstanding debit balances during the budgeting cycle.

This setting applies to the budgeting functionality.

hmtoggle_plus1Limit Of Authorisation Non Capital Goods (R)

It displays the limit of authorisation non-capital goods from Division table where it is stored as a money field (12 integers and 3 decimals).  This field is updated by clicking on the cell and making the necessary changes (optional).

 

The currency symbol displayed is read from the Currency Base Symbol field on the System Configuration table.

 

This authorisation limit is applied whenever a requisition (with the exception of non-stock purchase order requisitions with capital budget references) is released for implementation.

 

Should the division manager, accountant or cost centre manager therefore attempt to release the requisition, a procedure will compare the requisition amount with the authorisation limit, and will only allow the release of the requisition if:

 

The requisition amount falls within the constraint of the authorisation limit, or

A person in the approval history of the requisition has personal or job assignment limits exceeding the requisition amount.

 

If Independent Business is checked on the "Division" tab, the division manager, division accountant or chief executive officer can change the "Limit of Authorisation Non-Capital Goods".

 

If the "Limit of Authorisation Non Capital Goods" is changed, mail is sent to the accountant or the division manager of the selected division, except if the person changing the field is the accountant or manager of the selected, he/she does not get mail.  The chief executive officer mail only receives mail when the setting Authorisation Limits To Be Exceeded Before CEO Informed on System Configuration is exceeded.

 

If Independent Business is not checked, parent division manager, parent division accountant and chief executive officer can change the "Limit of Authorisation Non-Capital Goods".

 

If Independent Business is not checked, the "Limit of Authorisation Non-Capital Goods" must be smaller than capital of the parent division.

hmtoggle_plus1Limit Of Authorisation Capital Goods (R)

It is populated with limit authorisation capital goods from Division table where it is stored as a money field.  It can take 12 integer values and 3 decimals. This field is updated by clicking on the cell and making the necessary changes (optional).

 

The currency symbol displayed is read from the setting Currency Base Symbol on the System Configuration table.

 

This authorisation limit is applied whenever:

 

A non-stock purchase order requisition with a specified capital budget reference number is released for implementation, and

The account specified on the requisition is a divisional account.

 

Should the division manager or accountant therefore attempt to release the requisition, a procedure will compare the requisition amount with the authorisation limit, and will only allow the release of the requisition if:

 

The requisition amount falls within the constraint of the authorisation limit, or

A person in the approval history of the requisition has personal or job assignment limits exceeding the requisition amount.  Job assignment limits are obtained as Cost Centre and Division Managers.

 

 

If Independent Business is checked on the Division tab, the division manager, division accountant or chief executive officer can change the limit of authorisation capital goods.  If the "Limit of Authorisation Capital Goods" is changed, mail is sent to the accountant or the division manager of the selected division, except if the person changing the field is the accountant or manager of the selected, he/she does not get mail.  The chief executive officer mail only receives mail when the setting Authorisation Limits To Be Exceeded Before CEO Informed on System Configuration is exceeded.  (Assumption: No Parent Division exists).

 

If Independent Business is not checked, parent division manager, parent division accountant and chief executive officer can change the "Limit of Authorisation Capital Goods. If this setting is unchecked, and the "Limit of Authorisation Capital Goods" is changed, mail is sent to the accountant or the division manager of the selected division, except if the person changing the field is the accountant or manager of the selected, he/she does not get mail.  The chief executive officer mail only receives mail when the setting Authorisation Limits To Be Exceeded Before CEO Informed on System Configuration is exceeded

hmtoggle_plus1Node Partial Shipment Differential Cos Allowed

If this switch is set to "On"', the cost of sales can be distributed between the different cost elements during a project milestone shipment i.e. the user may specify that, for a specific shipment, all the cost of sales will be labour, whilst no or very little material cost of sales will be declared).

 

If this switch is set to "On" and the switch Node Partial Shipment COS is set to:

 

COS And ACWS Must Be Equal, or

COS Must Be Equal To Acwp And Commitments, or

COS Must Be Equal To Lcws To Date

 

No real differentiation will be possible, since the system will force the exact value to be declared as Cost of Sales.

 

If set to "Off", this setting will cause the Differential COS setting on the second tab of the Node Shipment function, to be unselected and disabled.

hmtoggle_plus1Node Partial Shipment Cos

This setting governs the partial shipment functionality.  If set to "D" (Disable Partial Shipment of Nodes), no partial shipments are allowed for the selected division.  All milestone nodes must be disposed when shipped.

 

If set to "E" (COS And ACWP Must Be Equal), the cost of sales amount must be equal to the Actual Cost of Work Performed (ACWP).

 

If set to "L" (COS Must Be Less Than or Equal To ACWP), the cost of sales per cost element may not exceed the Actual Cost of Work Performed for each cost element.

 

If set to "S" (Cos Must Be Equal To ACWP And Commitments), the cost of sales must be the same as the actuals and commitments (excluding pre-commitments) accrued to date.

 

If set to "C" (COS Must Be Less Than or Equal To ACW And Commitments), the cost of sales may exceed the actual costs spent to date, but not exceed the Actual Cost of Work Performed plus committed expenses to date.

 

If set to "A" (COS Must Be Less Than or Equal to LCWS To Date), the cost of sales is allowed to exceed the actual costs plus committed costs up to a maximum of the Latest Cost of Work Scheduled (latest budget) to date.

 

If set to "W" (COS Must Be Equal To LCWS To Date), the cost of sales must be the same as the Latest Cost of HuWork Scheduled to Date.

 

If set to "T" (COS Must Be Less Than or Equal To Total LCWS), the cost of sales is allowed to be equal to or less than the total Latest Cost of Work Scheduled for all financial periods of the nodes.

 

Note : If the setting Node Partial Shipment COS is set to either "A" or "W" and the setting Default for Node Budget checking is set to 'Off', it is most likely that the LCWS will remain zero. In this case, no partial COS will be possible until the node is disposed. As such, it is advisable that the Node Partial Shipment COS setting be changed to another option if partial COS is going to be declared during the life of the project.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Node Shipment

hmtoggle_plus1Node Partial Shipment Sales

This setting governs sales price calculations for partial shipment of nodes.

 

If this setting is set to "E" (Sales Must Be Equal To Node Completion Percentage), the cumulative percentage of the sales price must be equal to the Node Percentage Complete.  This implies that all (partial shipments - returns + the current partial shipment sales amount) as a percentage of the Sales Price multiplied by the quantity ordered on the Customer Order line, must be equal to the Milestone Node Percentage Complete.

 

If this setting is set to "L" (Sales Must Be Less Then or Equal To Node Completion Percentage), the cumulative percentage of the sales amount must be less than or equal to the Node Percentage Complete.

 

If this setting is set to "A" (Sales Value Is Not Subject To Node Completion Percentage), the cumulative percentage of the sales amount is not compared to the Node Percentage Complete.  The default setting is "E".

hmtoggle_plus1Node Maintain Gpm% When Partial Shipping

To avoid large under or over declaration of cost of sales, a mechanism is in place whereby the sales and cost of sales must adhere to the present Gross Profit Margin Percentage (GPM%) of the program or the milestone.

 

Refer to Gross Profit Margins for Projects for a detailed explanation of how GPM's are handled in the system.  For example, if the setting is set to "Program", the margin based on the Sales to Date versus Cost of sales to date for this milestone only (referred to as the GPM to date), must be the same as the Program's latest overall GPM.  To put it more mathematically, during any shipment, the following must hold:

 

 

The left part of the equation is summed for all the nodes in this milestone. If the setting "Specify COS Per Node" is set to "Off", the system will automatically calculate the "COS Now", based on the specified "Sales Now", such that the equation above holds true.

hmtoggle_plus1Node Cos Variance Journals Base

The nature of projects often cause large variations in its profitability as it progresses and intermittent and partial invoicing of milestones occur.

 

The cost of sales associated with any specific invoice can often cause the project to look very profitable, while the very next month or milestone it seems as though it is making a loss.  Collectively, several projects in the same division can make it difficult to assess whether the projects are on track by simply looking at the sales and cost of sales items on the income statement of the division or company.

 

Some questions which may arise when looking at the income statement:

 

Is the profitability to date in line with the overall profitability of the project?

 

How does the profitability to date compare with the profitability when the project was originally approved for go-ahead?

 

How does the profitability to date compare with the profitability as per the latest approved baseline?

 

What should the cost of sales have been if everything had gone according to the latest budget?

 

What should the cost of sales have been if only the actuals and / or commitments, which accrued to date, were taken to cost of sales?

 

The answer to any one of these questions can be made clearly visible in the income statement by journalizing a variance cost of sales journal to pre-specified accounts.

 

During a full or partial project milestone shipment, the cost of sales which should have been declared, based on this pre-specified criteria "Node COS Variance Journals Base", is journalized to the normal cost of sales account.  The variance (if any) with the amount which was actually declared, is journalized to the Cost Of Sale Variance accounts.

 

The amount which "should have been" declared, can be based on any one of the following:

 

A - ACWP to date for the whole milestone

B - Approved Milestone GPM%

C - ACWP Plus Commitments to date for the milestone

E - Latest Approved Program Budget Scenario GPM%

G - Latest Milestone GPM%

L - Latest Budget To Date

N - No COS Variance Journals

P - Latest Program GPM%

R - Approved Program GPM%

S - Latest Approved Milestone Budget Scenario GPM%

 

"Approved" values is also known as the BCWS, and is a snapshot of the project at the moment the milestone node was approved.

 

"Latest Approved Budget Scenario" refers to the budget scenario with the latest approve date, which is used on any material or labour budget for any node in the milestone (if this setting is 'S') or program (if this setting is 'E') and where the Reference Baseline switch is set to 'On'.

 

When the setting refers to a GPM%, the COS Now is calculated by ensuring that the following holds true, similar to the 'Node Maintain GPM% When Partial Shipping' setting:

 

The first part being the values for the milestone.

hmtoggle_plus1Node Differential Cos Per Node Allowed

When set to "On", the user can specify varying cost of sales per node within the same milestone.

 

FOR EXAMPLE:

If there are 7 nodes in the milestone structure, it may be that only two of the nodes rightfully contributed to the cost of sales of this shipment, even though all seven nodes accrued actuals to date.

 

It is therefore possible to specify that only the two nodes have cost of sales and the others none.  If set to "Off", the "Specify COS per Node" setting on the Node Shipment function will be set to "Off" and disabled.

hmtoggle_plus1Node View Available Timesheet Hours

When an employee reports timesheets, he or she may wish to see the available hours which is still available to book on for the specific task or assignment. This may however, distort the reporting of true hours which was actually worked on a task, since an individual may report less hours i.e. "crunch" the hours if there are only few hours left, and book it somewhere else where there are a lot of hours still available.

 

Accurate reporting on the accuracy of the budgeting figures is therefore not possible.  Since this is mainly an issue of culture and human behavior, the decision is left to the Division Manager/Accountant to decide whether individuals can see the hours available for any specific task. This setting applies to the employees in a division and not the nodes in the division.

 

If set to "Off", the "Show Available Hours" setting on the Timesheet function, will be unselected and disabled.

hmtoggle_plus1Override Tax

This setting will govern whether the Tax Value calculated by the Tax System integrated to may be overridden on Invoices and Bank Transactions.  (Not operational yet.)

hmtoggle_plus1Over And Under Provisioning

When you click on this division account, a combo box is enabled allowing you to select a valid Over and Under Provisioning account.

 

The Account combo box is populated with the account, account code, class, and the description from the Account and Account Codes tables where:

 

The status on the Account Codes table is Active "A" and the status change date is less than or equal to today's date, or

The status on the Account Codes table is Suspended "S" and the status change date is greater than today's date.

 

Once you have changed the account, click the "Apply" button, to update the account.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

 

 

The Over and Under Provisioning Account is referenced by the following journals:

 

Creditors Receipts Journal

Store to Supplier Average Costing Journal

Store Transfer Average Costing Journal

Stores Inspection Average Costing Journal

Zero Material l Labour Costs Journal

hmtoggle_plus1Production Order Cost Warn Percentage

In an average cost base, this percentage will cause a warning message when the total actual cost exceeds the budgeted cost by the percentage stated here.  This occurs when the production to store movement is applied.

hmtoggle_plus1Projects Maximum Material Overspend Values

These values are not functional for this release and are reserved for future use.

hmtoggle_plus1Projects Maximum Labour Overspend Values

These values are not functional for this release and are reserved for future use.

hmtoggle_plus1Projects Maximum Material Overspend Tolerances

This specifies the maximum overspend tolerances which can be set on any node belonging to this division.

hmtoggle_plus1Projects Maximum Labour Overspend Tolerances

This specifies the maximum overspend tolerances which can be set on any node belonging to this division.

hmtoggle_plus1Purchase Order Update By

It is populated with options that govern who may update Purchase Orders:

 

Any person with change rights but send message to buyer Any person with change rights on Purchase Orders Buyer only

 

Any person with change rights but send message to buyer

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow any person with change rights or person(s) acting for them to update a Purchase Order.  If any person except the buyer linked to the Purchase Order updates the Purchase Order, a message will be send to the buyer, telling him about the transaction that took place.

 

Any person with change rights on Purchase Orders

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow any person with change rights or person(s) acting for them to update a Purchase Order.

 

Buyer only

When selecting this option, only the buyer linked to the selected Purchase Order will be allowed to change the Purchase Order.

hmtoggle_plus1Purchase Price Variance Stop Amount

It displays the PO price variance stop amount from the Division table.

 

To update this field, click on the cell and make the necessary changes.  The purchase price variance stop amount defaults to 1 000 000.000.

 

The purchase price variance stop amount must be greater than or equal to the purchase price variance warn amount.  To update this field, click on the cell and make the changes in the text box displayed below the grid.

 

The purchase price stop percentage must be greater than or equal to the Purchase Price Variance Warn Amount .  The purchase price variance stop amount must be between 0 and 999, 999, 999.999.

 

When releasing a purchase order and the amount entered (unit price) exceeds the part financial year price by more than the value specified in this field, a message will be displayed informing the user that the transaction will not be processed. In this case, the user will have to change the unit price.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Released Purchase Order Generation

hmtoggle_plus1Purchase Price Variance Warn Amount

It displays the PO price variance warn amount from the Division table, and defaults to 500 000.000.

 

To update this field, click on the cell and make the necessary changes.

The purchase price variance warn amount must be a value between 0 and 999, 999, 999.999.

 

When releasing a purchase order and the amount entered (unit price) exceeds the part financial year price by more than the value specified in this field, a warning message will be displayed prompting the user to proceed with the transaction or to change the unit price.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Released Purchase Order Generation

hmtoggle_plus1Purchase Price Variance Stop Percentage

It displays the PO price variance stop percentage from the Division table, and defaults to 100%.

 

To update this field, click on the cell and make the necessary changes.

The purchase price stop percentage must be greater than or equal to the Purchase Price Variance Warn Percentage .

 

The purchase price variance stop percentage must be between 0 and 9999.99.

 

When releasing a purchase order and the amount entered (unit price) exceeds the part financial year price by more than the value specified in this field, a message will be displayed informing the user that the transaction will not be processed. In this case, the user must change the unit price.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Released Purchase Order Generation

hmtoggle_plus1Purchase Price Variance Warn Percentage

It displays the PO price variance warn percentage from the Division table, and defaults to 50%.

 

To update this field, click on the cell and make the necessary changes.

The warn percentage must be between 0 and 9999.99.

 

When releasing a purchase order and the amount entered (unit price) exceeds the part financial year price by more than the percentage specified in this field, a warning message will be

displayed prompting the user to proceed with the transaction or to change the unit price.

 

RELATED TOPIC: Released Purchase Order Generation

hmtoggle_plus1Reallocate Employee Expense Requisition To Other Account

This setting will govern whether it will be allowed to allocate employee expense requisition to other accounts than the account that was approved on the requisition. This setting is used  when performing the employee to account transaction.

 

The following values are allowed:

ALLOW ACCOUNT DEVIATION WITHIN DIVISION/COST CENTRE

ALLOW WITHOUT RULES

DISALLOW

hmtoggle_plus1Regional Service Percentage

This percentage will be calculated on total sales for budgeting purposes.

This setting applies to the budgeting functionality only.

hmtoggle_plus1Revaluation Debtor Suspense

When you click on this division account, a combo box is enabled allowing you to select a Valid Revaluation Debtor Suspense account.

 

The Account combo box is populated with the account, account code, class, and the description from the Account and Account Codes tables where:

 

The status on the Account Codes table is Active "A" and the status change date is less than or equal to today's date, or

The status on the Account Codes table is Suspended "S" and the status change date is greater than today's date.

 

Once you have changed the account, click the "Apply" button, to update the account.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

 

The revaluation debtor suspense account is mandatory and is applied by Customer return movements if your Stock valuation method on System Configuration has been set to "Standard costing". When shipping transactions are performed (for sales orders or Counter sales), the Debtor suspense account is debited with the standard cost (as per part and cost centre financial year data) for the parts shipped. Should the items be returned by the Customer in a scenario where the Invoice has not yet been print-approved or printed and the financial year data has since been changed for the parts shipped, the revaluation account will come into play. The journals triggered by the return movements will credit the Debtor suspense account with the original value applied at the time of shipping, will debit either the stock account or the customer orders WIP accounts for material, labour and overheads as per the latest financial year data and will calculate the difference between the credit and debit journals and post the calculated amount to the revaluation debtor suspense account.

 

The Revaluation Debtor Suspense Account is referenced by the following journals:

 

Shipping Reverse Standard Costing Journal

Counter Sales Standard Costing Journal

hmtoggle_plus1Revaluation Incoming Inspection

When you click on this division account, a combo box is enabled allowing you to select a Valid Revaluation Incoming Inspection account.

 

The Account combo box is populated with the account, account code, class, and the description from the Account and Account Codes tables where:

 

The status on the Account Codes table is Active "A" and the status change date is less than or equal to today's date, or

The status on the Account Codes table is Suspended "S" and the status change date is greater than today's date.

The Account Code application is Debtor's - Credit.

 

Once you have changed the account, click the "Apply" button, to update the account.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

 

This account is needed when Part Cost prices is changed.  The Parts still in inspection are revaluated.  The change in value is Journalised to this account.

hmtoggle_plus1Set Financial Year Cost Equal To Last Average Cost

This setting applies to purchase parts in an average cost environment for a specific division. If a part is received and the average cost updated, the system will automatically update the financial year purchase price of the part equal to the average cost.  

hmtoggle_plus1Stock Disposition Default

This determines whether the transfer of journals must take place when stock is moved from one node to another. I.e. Does the receiving node pay for the stock or not.  If the Enforce is 'Y' the Default applies, otherwise it is merely the default and may be changed per node. If the default is 'Y', the receiving node must pay for the stock.

hmtoggle_plus1Subcontract Suspense

When you click on this division account, a combo box is enabled allowing you to select a valid Subcontract suspense account.

 

The Account combo box is populated with the account, account code, class, and the description from the Account and Account Codes tables where:

 

The status on the Account Codes table is Active "A" and the status change date is less than or equal to today's date, or

The status on the Account Codes table is Suspended "S" and the status change date is greater than today's date.

 

Once you have changed the account, click the "Apply" button, to update the account.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

 

 

The Subcontract suspense Account is referenced by the following journals:

 

Creditor Receipt Journal

Supplier to Stores Standard Costing Journal

Supplier to Inspection Standard Costing Journal

Supplier to Stores Average Costing Journal

Supplier to Inspection Average Costing Journal

Store to Supplier Average Costing Journal

Inspection to Stores Average Costing Journal

Stores to Inspection Average Costing Journal

hmtoggle_plus1Timesheets In Advance

This setting allows timesheets to be booked in advance of the current (open) period. The number of periods in advance of the current period are determined by the integer selected here. Zero indicates no advance booking of timesheets. Note that timesheets may not be approved in advance of the current period.

hmtoggle_plus1Warranty Provision Percentage

This field serves as a default percentage for the budgetting functionality (Module). If the system does not find a Warranty Percentage for Order Lines or Account Codes, this Percentage will be used in the calculations in the Budgetting functionality.

hmtoggle_plus1Works Order Update By

It is populated with options that govern who may update Works Orders:

 

Any person with a correct security profile can only be updated by Order Planner, send message to Order Planner when order updated by another.

 

Any person with a correct security profile

The user must have a security of a profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will allow any person with change rights or person(s) acting for them to update a Works Order.

 

Can only be updated by Order Planner

The user must be the Order Planner on the Works Order and have the security profile linked to the function Division with an access allowed of Change.

 

Selecting this option will only allow the Order Planner with change rights or person(s) acting for them to update a Works Order.

 

Send message to Order Planner when order updated by another

When selecting this option, the Order Planner will always be notified when an order was updated by anybody else other than the Order Planner himself.

hmtoggle_plus1Wip Fixed Overhead Customer Orders

When you click on this division account, a combo box is enabled allowing you to select a valid WIP Fixed Overhead Customer Orders account.

 

The Account combo box is populated with the account, account code, class, and the description from the Account and Account Codes tables where:

 

The status on the Account Codes table is Active "A" and the status change date is less than or equal to today's date, or

The status on the Account Codes table is Suspended "S" and the status change date is greater than today's date.

 

Once you have changed the account, click the "Apply" button, to update the account.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

 

The WIP Fixed Overhead Customer will be Debited when Fixed Overhead is reported via the Order Operation Function by inserting the quantity complete of the order operation. The journal inserted will be via the Order Operation Fixed Overhead journal and the journals entered will be type B journals. When subsequent movements are performed the account will be credited and ether the Stock or the Cost of sales accounts will be debited.

 

This account then serves as an interim account to accommodate the Fixed Overhead costs after Fixed Overhead has been reported until the order is completed.  If the Fixed Overhead completion is not reported on the order operations, the account will not come into play when the order is completed.

 

To reconcile this account, Sum the order operation actual records where the date time completed is not 1 Jan 1900 and the movement timestamp is equal to 1 Jan 1900 of all the type P and U operations.

 

The WIP Fixed Overhead Customer Orders Account is referenced by the following journals:

 

Order Operation Backflush Journal

Shipping Standard Costing Journal

Shipping average Costing Journal

Shipping Reverse Average Costing Journal

Shipping Reverse Standard Costing Journal

hmtoggle_plus1Wip Var Overhead Customer Orders

When you click on this division account, a combo box is enabled allowing you to select a valid WIP VAR Overhead Customer Orders account.

 

The Account combo box is populated with the account, account code, class, and the description from the Account and Account Codes tables where:

 

The status on the Account Codes table is Active "A" and the status change date is less than or equal to today's date, or

The status on the Account Codes table is Suspended "S" and the status change date is greater than today's date.

 

Once you have changed the account, click the "Apply" button, to update the account.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

 

The WIP VAR Overhead Customer orders account will be Debited when overheads are reported via the Order Operation Function by inserting the quantity complete of the order operation. The journal inserted will be via the Order Operation Overhead journal and the journals entered will be type B journals. When subsequent movements are performed The account will be credited and ether the Stock or the Cost of sales accounts will be debited.

 

This account then serves as an interim account to accommodate the Overhead costs after Overhead has been reported until the order is completed.  If the Overhead completion is not reported on the order operations, the account will not come into play when the order is completed.

 

To reconcile this account, Sum the order operation actual records where the date time completed is not 1 Jan 1900 and the movement timestamp is equal to 1 Jan 1900 of all the type P and U operations.

 

The WIP VAR Overhead Customer Orders Account is referenced by the following journals:

 

Order Operation Backflush Journal

Shipping Standard Costing Journal

Shipping average Costing Journal

Shipping Reverse Average Costing Journal

Shipping Reverse Standard Costing Journal

hmtoggle_plus1Wip Labour Customer Orders

When you click on this division account, a combo box is enabled allowing you to select a valid WIP Labour Customer  account.

 

The Account combo box is populated with the account, account code, class, and the description from the Account and Account Codes tables where:

 

The status on the Account Codes table is Active "A" and the status change date is less than or equal to today's date, or

The status on the Account Codes table is Suspended "S" and the status change date is greater than today's date.

 

Once you have changed the account, click the "Apply" button, to update the account.

 

NOTE: Adjustment of the divisional accounts should be done with extreme care as these values directly impact on the creation of the company journals.

 

The WIP Labour Customer account will be Debited when labour is reported via the Order Operation Function by inserting the quantity complete of the order operation. The journal inserted will be via the Order Operation Labour journal and the journals entered will be type B journals. When subsequent movements are performed The account will be credited and ether the Stock or the Cost of sales accounts will be debited.

 

This account then serves as an interim account to accommodate the labour costs after labour has been reported until the order is completed.  If the labour completion is not reported on the order operations, the account will not come into play when the order is completed.

 

To reconcile this account, Sum the order operation actual records where the date time completed is not 1 Jan 1900 and the movement timestamp is equal to 1 Jan 1900 of all the type P and U operations.

 

The WIP Labour Customer is referenced by the following journals:

 

Order Operation Backflush Journal

Shipping Standard Costing Journal

Shipping average Costing Journal

Shipping Reverse Average Costing Journal

Shipping Reverse Standard Costing Journal

hmtoggle_plus1Auto Print PO Receiving Labels

The field “Auto Print PO Receiving Labels” will be interpreted by the movements:

Supplier to Store

Supplier to Inspection

Inspection to Store

If set to allow, auto printing of receipt and bar coded labels will be automatically performed.

 

Two options exists that is populated from the table “Column Values”

The Column Name = “Auto Print PO Receiving Labels”

 

Column Value = “A”

Column Description = “Allow Auto Printing”

 

Column Value = “D”

Column Description = “Disallow Auto Printing”