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Associated Values

Associated Values

Associated Values

(OP)
Am looking for some detailed information on the use of associated values fields for the codes in WO and MT respectively. In particular WO.

Would appreciate an email from anyone who may be able to assist.

Ozgipsy
darylm@attglobal.net

RE: Associated Values

Hi Daryl,

I hope this is helpful. We have MIMS Ver 4.3.01.


WO Table Type Associated Values

Position: 1
Name: On-costing Applies
Description: Sets whether an on-cost will be added to costs incurred on the Work Order.
Values: Either Y or N

Position: 2-6
Name: On-cost Rate (format 999v99)
Description: Sets the rate at which on-costs will be applied
Values: 000.00

Position: 7-10
Name: Default Service Level Agreement
Description: Pre-defined SLA’s may be referenced here that will populate the appropriate fields on a Work Request
Values:


Position: 11-22
Name: Default Standard Estimate or District/Std Job
Description: Pre-defined Std Estimates or District defined Std Jobs can be referenced here.  When saving the Work Request an Estimate or Work Order can be automatically created from the std entity referenced.
Values:


Position: 23
Name: Estimate/Standard Job Indicator (E/J)
Description: Mandatory if Default Standard Estimate or District/Std Job entered
Values: Either E or J


Position: 24
Name: Work Order Auto Create Flag
Description: This is a flag of either Y or N to indicate if the automatic creation of a referenced entity is required.
Values:


Position: 25
Name: Inst-I Remove-R Chgeover-C Scrap-S Salvage-V Mix-M
Description: Used for Utilities accounting
Values:


Position: 26
Name: Labour Profit (Enter Y) or Risk (Enter N) Factor
Description: This is to define the adjustment +/- to the labour for an estimate.
Values: Y applies the factor as an add on, N deducts the factor


Position: 27-31
Name: Labor Risk Factor (Format 999.99)
Description: This is the amount in % terms that  the labour value is to be adjusted by.
Values: 000.00




Position: 32
Name: Equip Profit (Enter Y) or Risk (Enter N) Factor
Description: This is to define the adjustment +/- to the Equipment for an estimate.
Values: Y applies the factor as an add on, N deducts the factor

Position: 33-37
Name: Equip Risk Factor (Format 999.99)
Description: This is the amount in % terms that  the Equipment value is to be adjusted by.
Values:


Position: 38
Name: Material Profit (Enter Y) or Risk (Enter N) Factor
Description: This is to define the adjustment +/- to the Material for an estimate
Values: Y applies the factor as an add on, N deducts the factor


Position: 39-43
Name: Material Risk Factor (Format 999.99)
Description: This is the amount in % terms that  the Material value is to be adjusted by.
Values:


Position: 44
Name: Overall Profit (Enter Y) or Risk (Enter N) Factor
Description: This is to define the adjustment +/- to the Overall value for an estimate
Values: Y applies the factor as an add on, N deducts the factor


Position: 45-49
Name: Overall Risk Factor (Format 999.99)
Description: This is the amount in % terms that  the Overall value is to be adjusted by.
Values:



MT table

Used in conjunction with 'Work Order Type' to further describe the type of work being performed.  It designates the basic category of work or maintenance being performed.  For example if the work order type is maintenance.

We do not use associated values with the MT table.



RE: Associated Values

(OP)
Thanks for that,

Have been through all of that however was looking for quite a bit more detail on the associated values functions here.

Generally dont recommend use of the MT table in that way either. However this is what makes every installation different.

Ozgipsy
darylm@attglobal.net

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