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Which of the following transaction data are included in a transfer order? A simple goods receipt is recorded in IM. Posting change notice 2. Added to Your Shopping Cart. In a bin status report, double-clicking on a bin that contains materials 1. Difficult Section: A stock transfer between or among at least two storage locations within one or more plants Answer:
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Plant 4. Bill of materials. Which are the following are options when a production manager receives a planned order? Create an alternate planned order 2. Reject the planned order 3. Combine the planned order with other orders 4. Authorize the production 5. Return the order to purchasing. A production order typically includes references to which of the following? BOM 2. Work centers 4. Sales order 5.
Which of the following are included in the header information of a production order? Status 2. Work center 3. Validity 5. Material number. What data are included in a confirmation? Where the work was completed 2. How much raw material was used 3.
Who the material is to be shipped to 4. How much work was completed 5. Who completed the work. Which user inputs are included in a goods receipt?
Plant 2. Quantities 4. Dates 5. Production order number. Shop floor control systems 2. PDC systems 3. Systems that automate tasks in work centers 4. Storage facilities 5.
None of the above. What does a stock requirement list contain? Material 2. BOM 3. MRP type 5. All of the above. Which one of the following is NOT a type of organizational data relevant to the production process? In process industries like chemicals and beverages, the bill of materials is also known as a n.
Formula 2. List of chemicals 3. Bill of chemicals 4. Equation 5. Material list. Which one of the following best describes a work center? A location where materials are placed right before they are shipped 2.
Another term used to describe an office building 3. A location where value-added work needed to produce a material is carried out 4. A shipping dock 5. A storage shelf in a warehouse. All of the following can serve as a work center except 1. A group of machines 2.
A group of people responsible for completing operations 3. A production line 4. A work area 5. A shipping dock. What term describes two simultaneous series of operations needed to build components for a finished product?
Parallel sequences 2. Alternate sequences 3. Same sequence 4. Line sequence 5. Production sequence. Which one of the following best defines material staging? Component materials are moved into storage 2. Component materials are received from the vendor 3. Component materials are moved from storage and prepared for use 4. Defective returned goods are broken down into several components for refurbishment 5.
Finished materials are moved back into a storage area. What term identifies the list of materials needed to produce one or more units of a finished good? Routing 2. Source materials 3. Component listing 4. Bill of components 5.
At what level are material requirements planning MRP and work scheduling data defined? Plant level 3. Company code level 4. Sales area level 5.
Production level. Which of the following is not a step in the production process? Production authorization 2. Goods issue 3. Request production 4. Billing 5.
Order release. If a company has adopted the make-to-stock strategy, what is the trigger for the production of goods? Need to increase inventory 2. Customer order 3. Request for quotation 4. Customer inquiry 5. Billing document. Which of the following does a routing identify on a production order? The materials or components to be used in production 2.
The location where operations are to be performed 3. The capacity requirements of the production order 4. The location of raw materials in the warehouse 5. The operations needed to produce a material. What step in the production process is used to enter data in to the SAP ERP system when the operations needed to produce a materials are completed?
Production note 2. Confirmation 3. Order complete 4. Production record 5. Production outcome. The creation of a production order results in several outcomes including all of the following except 1.
Scheduling 2. Availability checks 3. Purchase requisitions 4. What operation in the routing is sometimes necessary to prepare materials for use in production? Backflushing 2. Material staging 4.
Recall 5. Which of the following is not an outcome of a goods issue to a production order? The material master is updated to reflect the reduction in the quantity and value of the materials issued 2. Actual costs associated with material consumption are calculated 3.
Material reservations are updated 4. A goods receipt is automatically recorded 5. An FI document is created to record financial accounting data. Confirmation 2. Order release 4. Goods receipt 5. Authorize production. Which of the following is an important report in the production process? Work list 2. Stock requirement list 3. Online list 4. BOM 5. A bill of materials identifies the finished goods that are to be shipped to a specific customer. An active bill of materials can be used in the production of a material, but an inactive BOM cannot.
A work center is a location where materials are placed immediately before they are shipped. All operations must be performed in some type of sequence, and many operations can be completed in a variety of sequences. Fixed time elements represent the time needed to produce one unit of material. Material staging is the process in which component materials are moved from storage and prepared for use. Component assignment is a technique that assigns components in a BOM either to a routing or to a specific operation within the routing.
Production resource tools are movable resources that are shared among different work centers. Typically a production order does not include any references to the BOM, routing, or work centers.
After production has been completed, a goods receipt against the production order is used to pick the goods and ship them to the customer. If the bill of materials and the routing data are changed after the production order has been created, the system must be manually instructed to reenter the data.
A time ticket is used to record the amount of time required to complete various operations. Material staging is a technique that is used to automatically record the goods issue when an order is confirmed. Periodic processing is also known as period-end closing. Overhead allocation, work in process determination, and order settlement are all included in periodic processing. A technically complete status for a production order means that even though the main material is complete, other production processes may be needed to complete smaller components of the material.
Course Title: Move posting 2. Stock transfer 3. Stock movement confirmation 4. Goods issue 5. Internal order. Issuing materials to scrap 2. Shipping goods to unplanned storage location 3. Unplanned returns from customers 4. Using materials for internal consumption 5.
Issuing materials to sampling. Which of the following represent common stock statuses? Temporary location 2. In transit 3.
Blocked 4. Unconfirmed 5. Fast-moved item. Which of the following occur when a goods receipt is posted for raw materials on a consignment basis? The status of the materials is set to consignment stock. The inventory account is impacted. The quantity of materials in inventory is increased. The quantity of materials in inventory is decreased. Between storage locations in different plants. Between plants in different company codes. Between different storage types within the same storage location.
Between plants in one company code. Between storage locations within one plant. Stock transport order 2. Stock internal request 3. Stock movement order 4. Two-step procedure 5. Three-step procedure. For which of the following scenarios can storage location-to-storage location transfer be applied? Materials are wrongly delivered to one plant and need to be relocated to another plant 2. Materials are transferred from a temporary storage location in one plant to a permanent storage location in another plant 3.
Materials are moved via a stock transfer between plants in different company codes 4. Materials are initially stored in a temporary staging area and are subsequently moved to a permanent location within the same plant 5. Materials received from a vendor are initially placed in a storage location for quality inspection to be performed before being placed in permanent location.
Which of the following are examples of limitations of using a stock transfer to move materials from one plant to another? The company cannot track the progress of the transfer. The costs of transporting the materials are not taken into account. Valuation can be based only on the book value of the materials at the sending plant, not on the negotiated value.
Valuation can be based only on the negotiated value of the materials, not on the book value. Valuation can be based only on the book value of the materials, not on the fair market value. A stock transport order can involve steps from which of the following processes? Fulfillment 2. Production 3. Plant management 4. Procurement 5. Inventory management. Goods can be received into quality inspection or blocked stock statuses.
Goods received can be posted to consumption accounts rather than material accounts. Purchase requisitions can be converted to purchase orders. No history is available to track the tasks associated with STOs.
An availability check can be executed to assess material availability in the supplying plant. A warehouse cannot be linked to storage locations across multiple plants. A warehouse must be linked to at least one storage location. Not all storage locations must be linked to a warehouse. A storage location can be linked to one or many warehouses. A warehouse can be linked to storage locations across multiple plants. Material master 2. Storage bins 3. Storage section 4. Warehouse 5.
Storage area. Which of the following organizational levels are relevant to the warehouse management view of master data? Storage type 3. Storage bin 5. Storage location 2. Source of requirement 3. Warehouse number 4. Transfer date. Which of the following typically are sources of a transfer requirement for warehouse movement? Invoice 2. Delivery document 3.
Production order 4. Purchase order 5. Destination storage bin 3. Source storage bin 5. Material master.
The data are always applicable to one line item because a transfer order is created for each material individually. The data are applicable to all line items.
The data can be either applicable to one or several line items, and this must be explicitly specified in the document. The header data can include transfer order number, dates, and warehouse movement type.