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# Fields

To create as much transparency as possible, all relevant fields are explained and described.

## A

Attached to Line No.
Specifies the line no. of the module, this line is attached to.

## B

BOM Quantity
Specifies a factor in case of a production bom. This includes possibly scrap.

#### Calculation

BOM Quantity = A * B * C A = Quantity per B = 1 + scrap % (from BOM) / 100 C = BOM Quantity (if Production BOM within Production BOM) If working without Type = Production BOM then BOM Quantity = 1 In case of a work center or machine center BOM Quantity = 0

## C

Calculation Quantity (Base)
Specifies the quantity used to calculate purchase prices and expected operation cost amt.

#### Calculation

Cost Amount (LCY)
Specifies the total cost of the the item or resource on the line.

#### Calculation

a) In case of an item Cost Amount (LCY) = Unit Cost (LCY) * Quantity
b) in case of work center or machine center Cost Amount (LCY) = Expected Operation Cost Amt.
c) In the case of a module, the Cost Amount (LCY) is the sum of the “cost amounts (LCY)” of all related modules, items, work centers and machine centers.

## D

Description
Specifies a description of the precalculation structure line.
Description 2
Specifies a description 2 of the precalculation structure line.
Direct Cost Amount
Specifies the total cost of the the item or resource on the line.

#### Calculation

a) In case of an item Direct Cost Amount = Direct Unit Cost * Quantity
b) In case of work centers or machine centers Direct Cost Amount = Expected Operation Cost Amt.
c) In the case of a module, the “Direct Cost Amount” is the sum of the “direct cost amounts” of all related moduls, items, work centers and machine centers.
Direct Unit Cost
Specifies the cost of one unit of the selected item or resource.

#### Calculation

a) In case of item see Quantity/Cost Logic
b) In case of work center group or work centers, the purchase price from the master data is used.
c) In the case of a module Direct Unit Cost = Direct Cost Amount / Quantity

## E

Expected Capacity Ovhd. Cost

#### Calculation

Expected Operation Cost Amt.
Specifies the total cost of operations.

#### Calculation

Explode Stock Items
Indicates whether stock production will be exploded. If this field ist activated, all items with a production bom and “Replenishment System” = “Prod. Order” are exploded. Otherwise, the “Manufacturing Policy” must be “Make-to-Order”.

## F

Fixed Scrap Quantity
Specifies the fixed scrap quantity.

## I

Include all Item Vendors
Specifies whether pricing is done for all item vendors. Otherwise, only the vendor of the item/sku is used.
Item Category Code
Specifies the category that the item belongs to.
Item Scrap %
Specifies the percentage of the item that you expect to be scrap in the manufacturing operation. This is the scrap deposited on the item. This is only taken into account in the case of a module. (See e.g. Quantity field) In other cases, this is purely informative information.

## L

Level
Specifies the level of the exploded BOM.

## M

Move Time
Specifies the move time according to the value in the Move Time Unit of Measure field.

## N

No.
Specifies the number of the involved entry or record, according to the spefified number series
No. of Setup Processes
Specifies the number of setup processes required to produce the calculation quantity (base).

#### Calculation

a) Maximum Order Quantity = 0 No. of Setup Processes = 1
b) Maximum Order Quantity > 0 No. of Setup Processes = Roundup(A / B) A = Calculation Quantity (Base) B = Maximum Order Quantity

## O

Operation No.
Specifies the operation number for this routing line.

## P

Precalculation Schema Template Code
Specifies the precalculation schema template, which will be used for the created precalculation schemas.
Production BOM No.
Specifies the number of the production BOM that the item represents.

## Q

Quantity
Specifies the sum of components/time required to produce the parent item.

#### Calculation

a) In the case of an item or a module Quantity = A * B * C * D * E * F + G A = Quantity per B = BOM Quantity C = Quantity (of the module) D = 1 + item scrap % (module) / 100 E = 1 + scrap % (component) / 100 F = 1+ Scrap Factor % (Accumulated) (routing) G = Fixed Scrap Quantity (Accumulated) (routing)
b) In case of a work center or machine center Quantity = A + B * (C * D * E +F) A = Setup time B = Run time C = Quantity base (module) D = 1 + Scrap Factor % (Accumulated) E = 1 + Item scrap % (module) / 100 F = Fixed Scrap Quantity (Accumulated)
Quantity (Base)
Specifies the sum of components in its base unit that are required to produce the parent item.
Quantity per
Specifies how many units are required to produce the parent item.

#### Calculation

a) In the case of an item or a module, the “quantity per” is the quantity from the production BOM.
b) In the case of a work center or work machine center Quantity per = Quantity / Quantity (Base) (module)

## R

Routing No.
Specifies the number of the production routing that the item is used in.
Run Time
Specifies the run time of the operation.

## S

Scrap Factor % (Accumulated)
Specifies the Accumulated. Scrap factor % from the routing.
Scrap %
Specifies the percentage of the item that you expect to be scrap in the manufacturing operation. In the case of an item or module, the field is transferred from the production BOM. In the case of a work center or machine center, the field is transferred from the routing.
Setup Factor
Specifies a factor that is used to calculate the expected operation cost amt. This is calculated from the number of setup processes and the calculation quantity (base).

#### Calculation

No. of Setup Processes / Calculation Quantity (Base)
Setup Time
Specifies the setup time of the operation.

## T

Total Quantity (Base)
Specifies the required total quantity (related to the complete calculation) of an item in the base unit. This field is filled only in case of an module or item and is used in pricing to take into account quantity scales. (See Direct Unit Cost field)
Type
Specifies the type of the precalculation structure line.

## U

Unit Cost Calculation
Specifies which unit cost calculation should be made. This field is transferred from the work center.
Unit Cost (LCY)
Specifies the cost of one unit of the item or resource on the line.

#### Calculation

a) In case of item, work center, machine center the corresponding field “Unit Price” from the master data is used.
b) In case of a module Unit Cost (LCY) = Cost Amount (LCY) / Quantity
Unit of Measure Code
Specifies how each unit is measured, such as in pieces or hours.

## V

Variant Code
Specifies the variant of the item on the line.
Vendor No.
Indicates the number of the vendor for which the lowest price was found. Especially in case all item vendor are taken into account in the price determination, the vendor no. may differ from the “main vedor”.

## W

Wait Time
Specifies the wait time according to the value in the Wait Time Unit of Measure field.