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Setting up a run quantity in Work Order

Is it possible when creating a work order to enter a number of products on the work order.  Can the guide then loop itself the number of times required to complete the Work Order quantity?

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Eoghan,

I have a few ideas, but could you please elaborate a bit more on what you're trying to accomplish? Are operators looking to complete multiple work orders simultaneously?

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The way we currently work is a single work order could be anywhere from a quantity of 1 of the product up to a quantity of 100+ of the product. I was looking for a way in which at when entering the work order you could enter the quantity of the product we are producing so that the guide would repeat that number of times.

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You could use a separate data capture field within one of the guide steps (in this case, probably the first guide step). It could be a text field for the operator to input quantity. That way, in the Timing and Data Capture reports, each entry will be a work order with a quantity, instead of 100+ individual work orders.

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