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2  Copyright I/O International, 2014 Visit us at: A Feature Within from Item Search / Inquiry Skip Intro

3 Item Search / Inquiry The Item Inquiry segment of QSEARCH is significantly improved (included only in I/O DMASPlus! ) One of two main elements in QSEARCH Also available within o Billing order entry o Item User Friendly Maintenance 2

4 Item Search / Inquiry Item Inquiry... Now including a powerful, integrated searching facility o Same search facility as integrated into Item User Friendly Maintenance o Provides the ability to search the contents of 48 item master fields either individually or in combination with each other o Once the desired item is found, with an option: Enter directly into standard DMAS item inquiry for the specific item (including all standard DMAS item inquiry screens) Or, browse via any one of the item maintenance screens Or, inquire into any one of the item related files: o Item Balance (warehouse) file o Vendor Item file o Item Features & Options (if installed) o Manufactured Item file (if installed) o Item Relationship file o Item Cross-Reference file 3

5 Item Search / Inquiry Built on the new “work with” architecture Initial screen displays a list of existing items (if any) Five alternate views provide the ability to review common item data without leaving the list screen 4 Item Inquiry...

6 Item Search / Inquiry Item Inquiry... Various options available for browsing a specific item o Use standard DMAS Item Inquiry, starting with the first screen o Use any of the five new options to browse via the new item maintenance screens (an page up or down) o Five options to go directly to any one of the item related files Option 1 – DMAS Item Inquiry Option W – I/O Item Balance (warehouse) records Option V – I/O Vendor Item records Option F – I/O Item Features & Options (if enhancement installed) Option M – I/O Manufactured Items (if enhancement installed) Option R – DMAS Item Relationships Option X – I/O Item Cross Reference o Plus option to view and/or change item notes Function keys available to o View alternate views o Turn “show all pages” on or off o Display all search and selection entry fields across only 2 screens o Go to the legacy DMAS item search function 5

7 Return to Title Page 6 Item QSEARCH Summary (click button to view detail) Item Search / Inquiry for DMAS Entering Item QSEARCH Searching for an Item Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Item Selection Screen EXIT NEW DMAS Item Inquiry NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Item Related Options Includes NEW Item Balance Search Inquiry AND Vendor Item Search Inquiry

8 Entering Item QSEARCH When entering QSEARCH, the first “Begin Search” screen is essentially the same as standard DMAS QSEARCH Using the F4=Lookup function key when the cursor is placed into the Item Inquiry entry capable field however, now displays the new Work with Items screen 7

9 Entering Item QSEARCH The initial QSEARCH screen Access the new item search and inquiry function by placing the cursor anywhere within the Item Inquiry entry capable field and pressing the F4=Lookup function key 8 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Or use the input capable ‘Search” fields to use the old method of searching for items Or key the desired item number / warehouse to go directly to the desired item

10 Work with Items The Work with items screen is displayed when using the F4=Lookup function key when the cursor is in the item number entry capable field Provides the ability for a user to select the item to be queried from a displayed list Built on the new “work with” architecture Options available include o View item data utilizing the legacy DMAS Item Inquiry screens o View item data utilizing “Browse only” mode of item user friendly maintenance screens o Go directly to Item Balance Search / Inquiry for a specific item o Go directly to Vendor Item Search / Inquiry for a specific vendor / item o Work with item notes for a specific item Function keys available for o Viewing alternate views of selection screen o Turn “On” or “Off” the feature to view additional customer browse pages o Display all searching selection fields available on two screens 9

11 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Work with Items The new Work with Items screen will be displayed – View 1 To go to the standard DMAS item inquiry function and screens, use the 1=Select option on the desired item line (see Standard DMAS Item Inquiry)Standard DMAS Item Inquiry To view one of the new item browse screens, use one of the options 5 through 9, then page through the available pages (see Item Inquiry Browse) Item Inquiry Browse 10 View 2 Use F11=Alternate view to view additional item record detail Function key F14=subset list if part of the new item search function (see Searching for an Item) Searching for an Item For more information about using the selection line, please refer to Searching for an Item Searching for an Item

12 Return to Item Selection Work with Items The new Work with Items screen will be displayed – View 2 View 2 includes a number of item attributes 11 View 3 Use F11=Alternate view to view additional item record detail

13 Return to Item Selection Work with Items The new Work with Items screen will be displayed – View 3 View 3 includes a number of price / cost related fields 12 View 4 Use F11=Alternate view to view additional item record detail

14 Return to Item Selection Work with Items The new Work with Items screen will be displayed – View 4 View 4 contains a number of physical attribute related fields 13 View 5 Use F11=Alternate view to view additional item record detail

15 Back to Return to Item Selection Work with Items The new Work with Items screen will be displayed – View 5 View 5 contains any 3 of the 11 item synonym fields 14 View 1 Use F11=Alternate view to view additional item record detail The user may key the number of any one of the synonym fields desired to be displayed

16 Searching for an Item This section only applies to searching for items from the Work with Items screen (L3282) Provides many possibilities for searching for one or more items o Search for the contents of a single item master field o Search for specific data in multiple item master fields at the same time To use the new item search function, the user may o Utilize the “selection” line on the Work with Items screen (L3282) o Use the function key F14=Subset list 15

17 Searching for an Item Use the F4=Lookup function key to access the new item search Access the new item search and inquiry function by placing the cursor anywhere within the Item Inquiry entry capable field and pressing the F4=Lookup function key 16 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Continue

18 Return to Customer QSEARCH Summary Searching for an Item The Work with Items screen will then display The user may use the item selection fields (individually or in combination with each other) to search for a single item or items that have common data 17 For searches with multiple selection fields, consider using F14=subset list Using the Selection line Using F14=Subset list Using F14=Subset list

19 Return to Searching The Selection Line Searching entries are keyed on the selection line The selection line appears on all 5 of the alternate view screens (selection entries may be made on any or all of the alternate view screens for a single search) 18 For Searching Examples - Continue

20 Return to Searching Searching Examples Position list to a specific item number Start the list with the keyed item number at the top of the list 19 View search results Continue to Next Example For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list

21 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for item descriptions using “begins with” Search for all items whose item descriptions start with “CABLE” 20 View search results Continue to Next Example For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list

22 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for item descriptions using “contains” Search for all items whose description fields contain “CHAIR” anywhere within the description field 21 Continue to Next Example View search results For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list When doing a “contains” search, make sure to include a “blank” in the first position of the selection field

23 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for a specific item “Type” code Search for all items that have an item type of “K” (kit parent) 22 Continue to Next Example View search results For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list

24 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items that have “Substitutes” Search for all items that have substitutes 23 Continue to Next Example View search results For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list

25 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items in Item Class “12” with primary vendor of “3300” This is a “combination” search - Search for all items that have an Item Class of “12” and a primary Vendor of “3300” 24 Continue to Next Example View search results For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list

26 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items that have a case multiplier (QMULT) of “24” Search for all items that have a broken case multiplier of Continue to Next Example View search results For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list

27 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items that have an “N” in the second item user code field 26 Continue to Next Example View search results For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list

28 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items that are “Catch Weight” items Search for all items that are “Catch Weight” items using either a “Y” or “W” 27 For more information about each selection field, press View search results F14=Subset list Continue to Next Example

29 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items that have “RED” in their color field 28 For more information about each selection field, press View search results F14=Subset list Continue to Next Example

30 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items that contain “GIF” in synonym field 11 The default is to display Synonym fields 01 thru 03 – If you want to search for one of the other Synonym fields, key the field number into an existing number and press the Enter key 29 For more information about each selection field, press F14=Subset list The screen will redisplay, now showing the contents of the synonym field keyed in – See next panel Continue to next panel

31 Return to Searching Searching Examples Search for all items that contain “GIF” in synonym field 11 Now enter a “blank” followed by the selection of “GIF” 30 For more information about each selection field, press End of Searching Examples View search results F14=Subset list

32 Searching Example Results Position list to start with item number “1000” The displayed list of items starts with item “1000” 31 Return to Previous Panel

33 Searching Example Results Search results for item description beginning with “CABLE” The list includes only those items whose descriptions begin with “CABLE” 32 Return to Previous Panel

34 Searching Example Results Search results for item description containing “CHAIR” The list only contains those item records that contain the character string “CHAIR” anywhere within the item description field 33

35 Searching Example Results Search results for item type of “K” The list only contains those item records that have an item type of “K” (kit item parents) 34 Return to Previous Panel A highlighted item type indicates that the item relationship is defined in the I/O Item Features & Options file, not necessarily the DMAS item relationship file

36 Searching Example Results Search results for all items that have “Substitutes” The list only contains those item records that have substitutes 35 Return to Previous Panel

37 Searching Example Results Search results for Item Class of “12” and primary vendor of “3300” The list only contains those item records that have an Item Class of “12” and a primary vendor of “3300” 36 Return to Previous Panel

38 Searching Example Results Search results for any item that has a Broken Case Multiplier of “24” The list only contains those item records that have a broken case multiplier of “24” 37 Return to Previous Panel

39 Searching Example Results Search results for any item that has an “N” in the 2 nd Item User Code The list only contains those item records that have an “N” in the second item user code field 38 Return to Previous Panel

40 Searching Example Results Search results for any item that is a “Catch Weight” item The list only contains those item records that are “catch weight” items 39 Return to Previous Panel

41 Searching Example Results Search results for any item that has “RED” in its Color field The list only contains those item records that have “RED” in the color field 40 Return to Previous Panel

42 Searching Example Results Search results for any item that contains “GIF” in its Synonym 11 field The list only contains those item records that contains “GIF” anywhere within the synonym 11 field 41 Return to Previous Panel

43 Function Key F14=Subset List The F14=Subset list function key displays nearly all item selection fields used for searching, on 2 screens It is recommended to use function key F14=Subset list function for complex searches that would normally require selection field entry over several item selection screens For fields requiring specific codes, the same codes are required whether the selection line is used or F14 is used To search multiple fields using the Select Item Records screen (D1280), key the desired search criteria into as many fields as necessary for combination searching When finished with selections, use F14=Subset list to make sure all previous selections have been blanked out 42

44 Function Key F14=Subset List Use the F14=Subset list function to search for data in multiple fields just as you would on the selection line, but without being required to page through up to 5 alternate views The resulting sub-file list screens will be the same 43

45 Return to Searching Function Key F14=Subset List The Select Item Records screen (D1280) – Page 1 The first 10 lines correspond to those found on view 1 (Field “Item #” is not included) 44 Continue Lines “Item Class” through “Back Orderable” correspond to those found on view 2 NOTE: View 1 Qty = F14 Quantity per View 1 per =F14 Alternate U/M View 1 Typ =F14 Item type View 1 S = F14 S (has substitutes) View 1 C = F14 C (has complements View 1 Lot = F14 Lot / Serial no. View 1 Grp =F14 Inventory group NOTE: View 2 Class (1) = F14 Item class View 2 Class (2) =F14 Item sub-class View 2 Fin = F14 Fine line View 2 Grp = F14 Fine line group View 2 User = F14 User codes (1-5) View 2 codes =F14 User codes (6-10) View 2 Vendor =F14 Vendor View 2 Mnfr no. = F14 Manufacturer no. View 2 B/O =F14 Back orderable

46 Return to Searching Function Key F14=Subset List The Select Item Records screen (D1280) – Page 2 45 Lines “Price divisor” through “Tax code” correspond to those found on view 3 Lines “Thickness” through “G/L distribution” correspond to those found on view 4 Lines “Synonym fld 01” through “Synonym fld 03” correspond to those found on view 5 NOTE: View 3 Div = F14 Price divisor View 3 CW = F14 Catch weight item View 3 PrCls = F14 Price class View 3 Cnt = F14 Container charge View 3 Sur =F14 Surcharge code View 3 Tax =F14 Tax code NOTE: View 4 Thick = F14 Industry code View 4 Width = F14 Group prefix View 4 Length = F14 Customer type View 4 Cubes = F14 Advance ship 856 View 4 Siz = F14 Carton detail packing View 4 Color = F14 UCC 128 label print View 4 Style = F14 Accepts Pallet View 4 War =F14 Warranty item View 4 MS =F14 MSDS item View 4 G/L =F14 G/L distribution NOTE: View 5: Synonyms 01 through 03 (Synonyms 04 thru 11 may be selected)

47 Function Key F14=Subset List The Select Item Records screen (D1280) – Page 1 The first 10 lines correspond to those found on view 1 (Field “Item #” is not included) 46 Lines “Item Class” through “Back Orderable” correspond to those found on view 2 NOTE: View 1 Qty = F14 Quantity per View 1 per =F14 Alternate U/M View 1 Typ =F14 Item type View 1 S = F14 S (has substitutes) View 1 C = F14 C (has complements View 1 Lot = F14 Lot / Serial no. View 1 Grp =F14 Inventory group NOTE: View 2 Class (1) = F14 Item class View 2 Class (2) =F14 Item sub-class View 2 Fin = F14 Fine line View 2 Grp = F14 Fine line group View 2 User = F14 User codes (1-5) View 2 codes =F14 User codes (6-10) View 2 Vendor =F14 Vendor View 2 Mnfr no. = F14 Manufacturer no. View 2 B/O =F14 Back orderable Return

48 Function Key F14=Subset List The Select Item Records screen (D1280) – Page 2 47 Lines “Price divisor” through “Tax code” correspond to those found on view 3 Lines “Thickness” through “G/L distribution” correspond to those found on view 4 Lines “Synonym fld 01” through “Synonym fld 03” correspond to those found on view 5 NOTE: View 3 Div = F14 Price divisor View 3 CW = F14 Catch weight item View 3 PrCls = F14 Price class View 3 Cnt = F14 Container charge View 3 Sur =F14 Surcharge code View 3 Tax =F14 Tax code NOTE: View 4 Thick = F14 Industry code View 4 Width = F14 Group prefix View 4 Length = F14 Customer type View 4 Cubes = F14 Advance ship 856 View 4 Siz = F14 Carton detail packing View 4 Color = F14 UCC 128 label print View 4 Style = F14 Accepts Pallet View 4 War =F14 Warranty item View 4 MS =F14 MSDS item View 4 G/L =F14 G/L distribution NOTE: View 5: Synonyms 01 through 03 (Synonyms 04 thru 11 may be selected) Return

49 NEW DMAS Item Inquiry New DMAS item inquiry screens that correspond to each item maintenance screen, are available o From the QSEARCH Begin Search screen (Q08A), place the cursor into the item number entry capable field and press F4 to view the work with Items screen (L3282) o Then use options 5 through 9 to view a specific inquiry page 48

50 NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Use the F4=Lookup function on the Item Inquiry line 49 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Continue Access the new item search and inquiry function by placing the cursor anywhere within the Item Inquiry entry capable field and pressing the F4=Lookup function key

51 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Use one of the options 1 through 9 to directly access a specific inquiry page Continue 50 Option 5=Browse displays the first inquiry screen for the specified item Options available: 5 = Browse (Basic Item and Pricing Data, page 1) 6 = Attributes, Tax and Costs (page 2) 7 = Item and User Options (page 3) 8 = Notation and Synonym Data (page 4) 9 = Misc and Warranty Data (page 5) (press F13 before using an option, then be able to “Page Down” to User Defined Fields, page 6) Once on a specific page, use the Page Up and Page Down keys to roll through the multiple pages for an item Notes for an item may be accessed by using option N=Notes

52 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry The Basic Item and Pricing Data screen Basic item and price control data is displayed on page 1 51 Continue Proceed to the next screen by pressing the Page Down key

53 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Billing Data screen for a specific item 52 Continue Item attributes, tax and cost data is displayed on page 2 Proceed to the next screen by pressing the Page Down key

54 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Sales Data screen for a specific item 53 Continue Item and user options are displayed on page 3 Proceed to the next screen by pressing the Page Down key

55 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Purchasing data screen for a specific item 54 Continue Item notation and synonym data is displayed on page 4 Proceed to the next screen by pressing the Page Down key

56 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Purchase Order Lookup screen for a specific item 55 Continue Miscellaneous and warranty data is displayed on page 5 Proceed to the next screen by pressing the Page Down key

57 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Miscellaneous Data screen for a specific item 56 Continue Page 6 displays any user defined fields, if any Go back to prior screens by pressing the Page Up key

58 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary NEW DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Item Notes window for a specific item 57 Exit this window by pressing function key F3=Exit Item notes are displayed for the specified item This window is accessed by using the N=Notes option on the Work with Items screen (L3282)

59 Standard DMAS Item Inquiry All previous DMAS item inquiry screens are still available via o Keying the item number on the Begin Search screen (Q08A) o Using the F12=Item search function key on the Begin Search screen (Q08A) o Using the 1=Select option on the new Work with Items screen (L3282) 58

60 Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Key the item number or use the legacy search function Access the legacy item inquiry function by keying the item number 59 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Access the legacy item inquiry function by using the legacy item search function key Either of the above methods will result in the legacy Item Inquiry function being displayed Continue

61 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry OR use option 1=Select to utilize the legacy item inquiry function Continue 60 Key the 1=Select option to utilize the legacy item inquiry function and display the Item Inquiry screen (Q32C)

62 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry The Inventory Balance screen is displayed by default Inventory balance data is displayed for the specified item 61 Continue Proceed to the Billing Data screen by pressing function key F3=Billing dta

63 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Billing Data screen for a specific item 62 Continue Proceed to the Sales Data screen by pressing function key F5=Sales data Billing data is displayed for the specified item

64 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Sales Data screen for a specific item 63 Continue Proceed to the Purchasing Data screen by pressing function key F7=Purch data Sales data is displayed for the specified item

65 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Purchasing data screen for a specific item 64 Continue Proceed to the P/O lookup screen by pressing function key F8=P/O lookup Purchasing data is displayed for the specified item including multiple vendors

66 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Purchase Order Lookup screen for a specific item 65 Continue Proceed to the Miscellaneous Data screen by first pressing F3=Exit, then pressing function key F9=Misc data Purchase order data is displayed for the specified item Purchase order data may be limited to a specific warehouse by keying the warehouse code

67 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Miscellaneous Data screen for a specific item 66 Continue Proceed to the User Data screen by pressing function key F10=User data Miscellaneous data is displayed for the specified item

68 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the User Data screen for a specific item 67 Continue Proceed to the Item Notes window by pressing function key F23=Work notes (not displayed in function key legend) User data is displayed for the specified item

69 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary Standard DMAS Item Inquiry Viewing the Item Notes window for a specific item 68 Exit this window by pressing function key F3=Exit Item notes are displayed for the specified item

70 Item Related Options Once the user is viewing the Work with Items screen (L3282), several options are available for going directly to other item related functions 69 Each option displays “Work with” designed search facilities for the selected item related function 69 Return to Item QSEARCH Summary (click button to view detail) I/O Item Balance I/O Item Features & Options DMAS Item Relationships I/O Vendor Items I/O Manufactured Items I/O Item Cross Reference

71 Item Balance Records Use the “W” option to access Item Balance inquiry Access Item Balance Inquiry by using the W=W/H option 70 Return to Item Related Options The “Typ” codes indicate what type of an item a particular item master is Continue Type codes may be: R = Regular item C = Class item G = Group item parent K = Kit parent X = Extended item description

72 Item Balance Records The Item Balance Inquiry screen is then displayed The screen is automatically limited to the selected item and displays a list of item balance records for that item 71 Return to Item Related Options Use the 5=Browse to view the details of a given item balance Continue The related item is an inventory item with extended descriptive data

73 Item Balance Records Details of the selected item balance record are then displayed Information relating to the selected item balance record is displayed, including its record status 72 Return to Item Related Options If the warehouse of the displayed item balance is owned by a specific company, the owning company is displayed See the documentation for I/O Search Inquiry for I/O DMAS Plus! for more information

74 Vendor Item Records Use the “V” option to access Vendor Item inquiry Access Vendor Item Inquiry by using the V=Vnd item option 73 Return to Item Related Options Continue The “Typ” codes indicate what type of an item a particular item master is Type codes may be: R = Regular item C = Class item G = Group item parent K = Kit parent X = Extended item description

75 Vendor Item Records The Vendor Item Inquiry screen is then displayed The screen is automatically positioned with the selected DMAS item at the top of the list 74 Return to Item Related Options Use the 5=Browse to view the details of the selected vendor / item Continue The selection line may be used to find vendor / item records for any vendor

76 Vendor Item Records Details of the selected vendor / item are then displayed Information relating to the selected vendor / item record is displayed, including its record status 75 Return to Item Related Options Various purchasing data is displayed for the particular vendor / item record See the documentation for I/O Search Inquiry for I/O DMAS Plus! for more information

77 Item Features & Options Use the “F” option to access Item Features & Options inquiry Access Item Features & Options Inquiry by using the F=Feat & Opt option 76 Return to Item Related Options Highlighted “Typ” codes indicate that the bill of material definition is an Item Features & Options definition Continue Type codes may be: R = Regular item C = Class item G = Group item parent K = Kit parent X = Extended item description

78 Item Features & Options The Item Feature Inquiry screen is then displayed The screen is automatically positioned with the selected item at the top of the list 77 Return to Item Related Options Use the W=Work with feature definition to view the definition details Continue This definition is a “Group Item” definition

79 Item Features & Options Details of the selected feature item are then displayed If an option component is displayed, use the O=With options option to view the option details 78 Return to Item Related Options Components may be an item, a list of options, a field of data, etc. Continue

80 Item Features & Options Details of the selected option are then displayed For this component within the definition, during order entry, the user will be presented with a list of these three options from which to select one 79 Return to Item Related Options See the documentation for I/O Item Features & Options for more information

81 Manufactured Items Use option M=Mfrd item to inquire manufactured items Use option M=Mfrd item to view information concerning bill of materials for manufactured items 80 Return to Item Related Options The Manufactured Items Inquiry screen will then be displayed – See next panel Continue

82 Manufactured Items The Manufactured Items Inquiry screen is then displayed The specific definition of the bill of material (Parent item) and the resulting manufactured item (Mfg item) may then be viewed by using the 5=Browse option 81 Return to Item Related Options If the selected item number was not found as a Parent item, the search continues by searching the Mfg item column The 5=Browse option will display the Manufactured Items Inquiry detail screen – See next panel Continue Highlighted “Parent item” numbers indicate that the bill of material definition is an Item Features & Options definition

83 Manufactured Items The Manufactured Items Inquiry detail screen is then displayed The details of the relationship of the parent item to the manufactured item is displayed 82 Return to Item Related Options A message identifies where the definition resides – if not in the Item Relationship file, then in the Item Features & Options file For this example, to view the definition, use F21=Item Feature since the item IS NOT in the Item Relationship file Continue

84 Manufactured Items The bill of material for the manufactured item is then displayed Each component of the bill of material is displayed – Details for each component may be viewed with option 5=Browse 83 Return to Item Related Options Bill of material may include components that are items, a list of options (including items, data comments, special charges to pick from), or data (comment) components See the documentation for I/O Item Features & Options for more information

85 DMAS Item Relationship Use the “R” option to access Item Relationship inquiry Since the “Typ” for this item is NOT highlighted, the “Group” definition resides in the DMAS Item Relationship file 84 Return to Item Related Options Use option R=Item rel to inquire into the Item Relationship file for this item’s definition The item Relationships Inquiry screen will then be displayed – See next panel Continue

86 DMAS Item Relationship Use the “W” option to review the relationship components Use the W=Work with components option to view the list of components for this relationship 85 Return to Item Related Options The Work with Relationship Components screen will then be displayed – See next panel Continue

87 DMAS Item Relationship The Work with Relationship Components screen The components of the selected item relationship are displayed 86 Return to Item Related Options Details of each component may be viewed with the 5=Browse option Details of the selected component will be displayed on the corresponding Item Relationship Component Detail screen – See next panel Continue

88 DMAS Item Relationship The Item Relationship Component Detail screen Details of the selected component are displayed in the appropriate screen format 87 Return to Item Related Options

89 Item Cross Reference Use the X=Item Xref option to view item cross references Item cross references may be viewed by using the X=Item Xref option 88 Return to Item Related Options The Work with Item Cross References screen will then be displayed – See next panel Continue

90 Item Cross Reference Use option 5=Browse to view a specific item cross reference Multiple cross references may exist for any given item 89 Return to Item Related Options Use the 5=Browse option to view a specific cross reference – See next panel A cross reference may be any one of four cross references: ALT - Alternate item number CUS - A specific customer’s item number UPC – UPC code VND – Vendor’s item number Continue

91 Item Cross Reference The Cross Reference Detail screen is then displayed The cross reference type 90 Return to Item Related Options The alternate item number, customer’s item number, UPC code, or vendor’s item numer The number of DMAS items per “Product id” item The DMAS item number

92 91 End of Presentation For more information about the Item Search / Inquiry Enhancement for I/O DMAS Plus!, call I/O International, Inc. at (914) Thank you for your interest Suite 2002 Pinewood Business Center Somers, New York Return to G/L Dist UFM Summary EXIT

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