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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne has a added useful element to the Manufacturing module via the Work Order Ledger functionality. This feature allows you to track additions, changes and deletions to the Work Order Header, Parts List or Routing. With the newly included Work Order Activity Rules for Manufacturing (P4826), the user controls at what status the system allows updates to the ledger. This enhancement adds the following tables and applications to your 9.2 release:



F48019/P48019 - Work Order Master Ledger

F31119/P31119 - Work Order Parts List Ledger

F31129/P31129 - Work Order Routing Ledger


The enhancement bugs required for this functionality are all included in baseline ESU JN17571.

For more information, refer to the Shop Floor Control Implementation Guide: Work Order Activity Rules Processing for Branch Plant (Release 9.2 Update)

A little known feature in SWM Case Management is the ability to bill for cases to a customer who is not set up with a warranty entitlement. The functionality is easy to enable and it allows the system to create a workfile (F4212) record that ultimately is converted into a an invoice. As with service work orders and service warranty contracts, the Case Management billable system integrates with Service Billing (48S) and Accounts Receivable (03B).


Case Management offers two billing methods:

  1. Time and Material - captured using the Case Time Entry (P17505) application
  2. Flat Rate - captured at the case header level in the Billing Information screen.


For a quick explanation of how the process flow works, refer to Doc ID 1487595.1, and click on the link titled "Billing for Cases".

With the introduction of CafeOne in Tools Release 9.1.3, the Longitude and Latitude fields linked to the equipment number can be useful for managing physical asset locations. As maps can be part of CafeOne layouts, this data can be used to render the map location.


See how an organization and leverage this functionality in Equipment Master Setup and Processing (Doc ID 1392538.1) under the section Latitude and Longitude.

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