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Batch Processes

Introduction

RAPS provides a number of extra functions from Batch Processes. These all provide a 'Proof' mode to show what the effect will be when executed in 'Final' mode. 

Model WO Re Assessment

RAPS UBE RQ351211 provides functionality to replace the Model WO on active PM Schedules for an Asset, RAPS Cycle Services are also updated to show the new WO.  

The Model WO Re Assessment UBE has:

  • Data selection - to specify which Assets are to be reassessed
  • Processing Option to select which Model WO Hierarchy should be used
  • Processing Option to define PM status below which will have its default WO changed (where a WO is already assigned for a PM Schedule it should not be changed)
  • Processing Option to define the date at which the Hierarchy is assessed

Sample Report produced by RQ351211 ....



Service Association Re Assessment

RAPS UBE RQ351212 provides functionality to replace the Associations for an Asset after reassessing the current setup in RAPS Cycles/Services, new Associations will be created and those no longer used will be removed.  

The Associations Re Assessment UBE has:

  • Data selection - to specify which Assets are to be Re Assessed 
  • Processing Option to select which Model WO Hierarchy should be used
  • Processing Option to define PM status below which will have its default WO changed (where a WO is already assigned for a PM Schedule it should not be changed)
  • Processing Option to define the date at which the Hierarchy is assessed

Sample Report produced by RQ351212 ....


PM Projections

RAPS UBE RQ351213 provides functionality to replace/complement the standard JDE E1 Projections R13411.

RAPS-managed assets will have their PM projections based on the intervals defined in the RAPS Cycle setup.

Non RAPS-managed assets will be projected as per the standard E1 UBE. 


The RAPS Projections UBE has:

  • Data selection - to specify which Assets are to be reassessed


Sample Report produced by RQ351213 ....




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