Manage Orders (1)

This article emphasizes efficient order management in manufacturing, highlighting the importance of specifying the correct destination and the benefits of automating processes over manual order imports.

  1. Managing Orders

  2. Works Order Sauce

  3. Works Order Destination

Managing Orders

An overview of Planning options, loading and managing orders.

You can load and manage orders using the Load Orders button on the main dashboard.

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Managing orders is important to ensure the status, date, planning location and operator settings have been configured correctly.

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The Planning by Operator or Location is a feature that enables you to assign one or multiple Orders to either one.

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Managing orders is important to ensure the status, date, planning location and operator settings have been configured correctly.

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Works Order Sauce

Configure the options for getting and pushing manufacturing / production / works order information in the Settings.

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Tascus Csv Upload

Orders are loaded into Tascus in csv format - you can download a template csv file in the Load Orders screen

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MS Navision SQL

Orders are loaded using a connection to the Navision database

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Expandable Csv

Orders are loaded from a csv file exported from Expandable

Expandable columns, from left to right, are:

Part_ID, Job_ID, Qty, Scheduled Completion Date, Scheduled Start Date.

Where:

Part ID = Alphanumeric part number

Job ID = Work Order

Qty = Quantity

Scheduled Completion Date = Date M/D/Y

Schedule Start Date = Date M/D/Y

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Expandable Api

Orders are loaded using the Expandable Api

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Movex Csv

Orders are loaded from a csv file exported from Movex

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Works Order Destination

This defines what happens when a production order is completed within Tascus. Use the Settings button below the drop down list to configure options.

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Tascus Notification

An email notification is sent with details of the completed order

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MS Navision SQL

Update is made to the database

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Expandable Csv

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Expandable Api

An http post is made using the Expandable JSON formatted Api

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Manual Import Orders

You can load and manage orders using the Load Orders button on the main dashboard. If you have any RP connections, orders will automatically populate through manual imports.

Open the Load Orders screen in Tascus to get started:

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You have numerous Filters and Function Buttons to navigate the Load Order screen.

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To add a new order, select the + icon from the function options

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You can Import orders into Tascus using the Import option.

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