External documents can now be associated with a project.Read More
The end item lot numbers can now be automatically assigned when a lot tracked end item is added to a batch. The setting can be enabled either for a facility or batch type. The setting applies to end items added to a batch via the Batch Entry window, or when an end item is added to a batch by converting planned orders to batches.
Previously, lot numbers were automatically assigned only when an end item quantity to complete was entered.Read More
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The following enhancements have been made to the Planning Workbench:
Single Formula Inquiry
Single formula inquiry has been added to simplify querying planning information for an individual formula.
User Defined Batch Types
The Planning Workbench has been enhanced to support querying planning information based on formula batch type. Previously, the Batch type restriction only supported Mix and Fill values.
Quality Sample Entry Updates Component Lot Attributes
Quality Sample Entry for Batch type samples has been enhanced to update lot attributes for lots produced by a batch based on quality test results. Previously, lot attributes were only updated for Component Lot samples.
Duplicate QC Tests
Quality Sample Entry now supports duplicate QC tests.
QC Test Entry Enhancements
A “Hide/Show Available” button has been added that collapses/expands the available list of QC tests
“Move Up” and “Move Down” buttons have been added so the order of QC Tests for quality sample can be rearranged
Batch Entry support for parameters has been enhanced to include parameters associated with unit procedures, operations, and phases. Prior to this release, only parameters associated with the overall batch were supported.
Two main types of parameters are supported: Batch and Procedure. Batch parameters are associated with the top-level batch. Procedure parameters are associated with either a unit procedure, an operation associated with a unit procedure, or a phase associated with an operation.Read More
Before we dive into the essential Research and Development (R&D) tools for your process manufacturing business, allow us to set the stage for you. Many of our team members are not necessarily home improvement or DIY gurus. When it comes to this category, some of the team may even appear to be “skills-challenged.” Luckily we…Read More