One small topic, 10 questions on Condition Enabled Items (part 2):
Q1 – Can you set the condition enabled check box on the Inventory application?
Q2 – You have a condition enabled item with 3 condition records with condition rates of 100, 80 and 60. The item has been added to the CENTRAL storeroom with an AVERAGE issue cost type. What must you do before you add a balance of the item with a condition code with condition rate of 60%?
Q3 – You have a condition enabled item with 3 condition records with condition rates of 100, 80 and 60. In the CENTRAL storeroom I have an inventory balance of 2, 5, and 3 respectively. What does the Current Balance field for the condition enabled item show?
Q4 – Which of the Issue Cost Types is valid for a condition enabled item in inventory?
A – STANDARD
B – STANDARD, AVERAGE
C – STANDARD, AVERAGE, LIFO, FIFO
D – STANDARD, AVERAGE, ASSET, LIFO, FIFO
Q5 – When issuing an item in the Inventory application against a reservation that requested a condition enabled item with a condition rate of 80, and there is no balance at this condition rate, can the item be issued at any other condition rate for which you do have a balance? If yes, which of the other two condition rates of 100 or 60 with sufficient balances can be issued instead?
Q6 – If I issue a condition enabled item with condition rate of 80 to a work order, can I return the item to a storeroom at a difference condition rate?
Q7 – When you transfer a condition enabled item with condition rate of 80 to a storeroom where the item does not exist, what happens?
Q8 – On the Work Order Tracking application can you specify a direct issue item with a condition rate of 80?
Q9 – Can you purchase a condition enabled item with a condition rate of 80?
Q10 – We have reservations for a condition enabled item, one each at a condition rate of 100 and 80. If the inventory reorder process would purchase a total quantity of 2 of this item, what quantity of each condition rate will be ordered?
A – The PR/PO line will not reference a condition rate for this item
B – There will be two PR/PO lines one with a condition rate of 100 and one with condition rate of 80
C – The reorder process will ignore the condition enabled item, the reorder point is against the item
D – The PR/PO line will reference the condition rate of 100 only, but the quantity will be 2