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ECM and Shop Orders

ECM and Shop Orders

ECM and Shop Orders

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My client has an error with the ECM number when creating new shop order.

The flag "Use ECM" under Engineering tab in Item Master is checked for several items. When creating a new shop order, the ECM number is automatically filled when entering the item number. But for some items, there is no history in the BOM for the ECM even if the number is R03 and it caused an error in the Shop Order. The person has to remove the default ECM number in the shop order to be able to continue.

This is time consuming and I would like to know what is the best way to fix it.

Is there a way to not default the ECM number in Enter Shop Order?
Would it be best to change the ECM number in Item Master when there is no history in the BOM? If so, what is the table for the history?

Thanks in advance for your help

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