The Transaction Authentication Number (TAN) Output Journal is used to adjust inventory in connection with adjustments (positive and negative) to production. The difference between the TAN Output Journal and the Output Journal is the ability to enter journal lines using TANs that are assigned to the routing lines.
During the creation of the production order routing, a unique number is assigned in the Routing TAN field of each operation. These numbers are from the number series defined in the Routing TAN No. field on the Numbering FastTab on the Process Manufacturing Setup page. The TAN for each operation is printed on the PM Prod. Order - Job Card report.
Print the TAN as a barcode to avoid errors when entering output and to simplify the search and entry of the information.
TAN Output Journal Processing
In the TAN Output Journal page, enter the relevant number in the Routing TAN field and the choose the Enter or Tab key. The corresponding routing line is displayed in the journal with all relevant output calculations.
When TAN routing lines are entered, the material (component) output is not posted automatically. The calculated lines can be edited; for example, an operation can be set to be finished during the TAN output posting process.
After the journal is posted, it is empty (unless it is a recurring journal) and the transactions are posted to the production order. The impact of posting the TAN information can be viewed in the Prod. Order Routing page.
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