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Before knowing the details about this customization, we have to know “What is BOM (Bill of Materials)?”
BOM is nothing, but the list of all parts, components including operations, resources, tools etc. to build a product. BOM is required to produce Finished Goods or Semi-Finished Goods.
In this blog, we will go through the ‘Show component Details at the time of creating BOM’ in Sage 300 ERP, which is available in the solution’s Manufacturing Module.
The moto of this customization is to know the detailed information (Available stock with its Image) about particular components that the user will add at the time of creating BOM. If the user wants to know the available stock with its image at the time of adding components in BOM one by one, the user only needs to click the function key F6 or the newly added button (Image & Stock) for our customization to populate new pop-up, which will show all the detailed information about the selected component. See the below image.
Below is the BOM screen in Manufacturing Module with already added components and newly added button at the bottom of screen (highlighted in green):
Now, whenever a user needs to know the details about the selected component, he needs to click the button or simply press F6 and he will be presented with the pop-up depicted below.
With the help of this functionality, user will know the exact status of added component items and identify the stock status of the same. Rather than going deeper in the stock details screen, the user will get this information easily over here.
Here’s how Sage 300 can give you a bird’s eye view for your inventory
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