SAP XSTEPS PDF

Directly dependent business function that you must additionally activate. This business function enables you to use execution steps XSteps that you previously used only in production planning for process industries in discrete manufacturing as well. Execution steps are modules that you can use to describe the individual steps in production. In production plants in discrete industries parts manufacturing and assembly industries it is very often necessary to achieve a timely and close exchange of manufacturing-relevant data between an ERP system and the independent level of the manufacturing process machines, individuals, manufacturing control station, machine control computer, etc.

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The process operator can process the PI sheet interactively. That is, the process operator is provided with the instructions for his work at the production line and he then enters data into the system accordingly, which is then further processed in the SAP system.

This example relates to the PI sheets of the process industries. However, you can also use XSteps in shop floor control for work instructions, where you have the same options as described here for the PI sheet. In order to create process instructions for an XStep, you must first assign a destination type to the XStep or a specific control recipe destination.

Using XStep process instructions you can store the following contents and functions in the PI sheet:. You can output information such as long texts, numerical values and images in the PI sheet. For more information, see XStep: Outputs.

Using the input fields, you can request production-relevant data, that the process operator should create in the PI sheet.

For example, values and signatures can be created in the PI sheet. For more information, see XStep: Inputs. Depending upon the data type, you can also define the following functions for input fields:. With the aid of control functions, you can enter confirmations and perform calculations for example.

The following functions can be defined in the PI sheet:. See: XStep Calculations. See: Tables. See: Process Messages. A value is suggested, as standard, for the majority of XStep process instructions, which determines the data format of the value.

If you want to use a different format, you have to choose a different characteristic from the input help, or create a new characteristic. The SAP standard layout is defined in such a way that all input and output fields, with the exception of long texts, are displayed on the right side of the PI sheet. If you have defined input and output fields as well as long texts, the long text will be displayed on the left of the PI sheet.

In parallel, the input and output fields will also be displayed at the same level. To do this, proceed as follows:. It must be in first position in the characteristics list. The following example illustrates how you can create an XStep process instruction:. The Values Output dialog box appears. In the dialog box Value Output enter a description and a long text. Prerequisites In order to create process instructions for an XStep, you must first assign a destination type to the XStep or a specific control recipe destination.

Layout in the PI Sheet The SAP standard layout is defined in such a way that all input and output fields, with the exception of long texts, are displayed on the right side of the PI sheet. To do this, proceed as follows Activities The following example illustrates how you can create an XStep process instruction

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The process operator can process the PI sheet interactively. That is, the process operator is provided with the instructions for his work at the production line and he then enters data into the system accordingly, which is then further processed in the SAP system. This example relates to the PI sheets of the process industries. However, you can also use XSteps in shop floor control for work instructions, where you have the same options as described here for the PI sheet. In order to create process instructions for an XStep, you must first assign a destination type to the XStep or a specific control recipe destination.

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If you have selected a master recipe during order creation that contains XSteps, then you can process the transferred XSteps in the XStep editor. See also: XSteps Execution Steps. If a master recipe has been selected that contains characteristic-based process instructions, edit this in the process instruction overview. As default, it is only possible to generate an XStep tree in a process order once the order in question has been saved.

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With execution steps XSteps , you can describe the concrete execution of the production process and group and structure this information in the form of modules. XSteps can be nested hierarchially. Such hierarchial nesting results in XStep trees. These process control parameters can be required-measurement specifications width, height, length, diameter , required-pressure and required-temperature specifications for injection molding machines, milling and turning machines, presses, drying chambers, etc. The standard XStep building blocks entered can be exported and later reimported.

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Using XSteps you can describe the precise execution of production processes and can group and structure this information in the form of modules. XSteps can be structured in hierarchical form. These form XStep trees. The production steps described in XSteps are grouped for each control recipe and sent to the production execution level.

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