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Production Order Overview

Overview

The Production Order is the primary document used to process production in OBeer

Summary

The Production Order is a transactional document that is used to manage all production in OBeer. It holds the relationship between what is being produced and what is being consumed, and all other relevant data (date, time, warehouses, etc.).

New Fields on Production Order

The Production Order has new fields at the row level, primarily for displaying the Production UoM & the timing of steps in the production process. These new fields are populated by the Bill of Materials. Below are the new fields on the Production Order:

    • Production UoM
      • Displays the Production Unit of Measure that is stored on the BOM
      • The field is alphanumeric, which means you just type the name of the UoM you want to use on the BOM
    • Production QTY
      • Displays the Production QTY that is stored on the BOM
      • This is a "quantity" field, so it must be a number and follows the same rules as the other quantity fields
    • Stage
      • Displays the "Stage" info that is stored on the BOM
      • The field is alphanumeric, which means you just type the name of the Stage you want to use on the BOM
    • Timing Notes
      • Displays the Timing Notes that is stored on the BOM
      • The field is alphanumeric, which means you just type the text you want to use on the BOM

Screenshot of new fields on the PdO

New Yeast Tab on Production Order

There is now a tab on the Production Order that displays the yeast data associated with it. When you use the Yeast Schedule and Selection screens to assign a source of yeast for a brew, the data associated with the source of yeast gets populated in the fields displayed on the Yeast Tab.

The same data on the Yeast Tab also displays on the Brew Sheet

For more information on the Yeast Scheduler, click here: Yeast Management

The Yeast Tab only applies to production orders for brewing.

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