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  1. AS400 System Introduction Present by HK-ITD

  2. AS400 System AS400 system includes …… Sales ordering (Sales Confirmation) Order Details (IO Heading) BOM (Bill of Materials) Materials ordering (FPM/FPC, Trims Purchase) Materials receiving/sending EDI PO (Polo, Dillard, A&F, Express and etc) Order costing (IORS – Internal order record sheet) Production Monitoring (PMS) Invoicing (FOB, LDP/DDP)

  3. Internal Order (IO) Coding System IO Number is a reference key for all systems in AS400 to refer an unique order from buyer. Example: T 87008-8, V 61021-M, M 63045MG Production Month/Special Function (8th digit) Split IO/GO IO Special Function(7th digit) Customer Order No. (4th to 6th digits) Customer Code (2nd & 3rd digits) Factory Code/Production Line (1st digit)

  4. 1st digit means factory code/production line 2nd and 3rd digits refer to the customer code 4th to 6th digits refer to serial internal order no. 7th digit is “-” or special function for GO dummy IO (X or M) 8th digit refers to the garment production month/special function Internal Order (IO) Coding System

  5. Factory Code/Production Line

  6. Customer List (Example for LTG division)

  7. Customer List (Example for GJM division)

  8. Internal Order (IO) Coding System IO No. for ordering sample trims under MRF (Materials Requisition Form) Example: @ V8ASU03 or ~M8MSU05 1st digit means sample order “@” - regular sample “~” - LTMOC sample 2nd digit means factory code/production line 3rd and 4th digits refer to the customer code 5th and 6th digits refer to the season code or LTMOC “SP” – spring “SS” – spring/summer “SU” – summer “FA” – fall “FW” – fall/winter “CR” – cruise/holiday 7th and 8th digits refer to season year

  9. Internal Order (IO) Coding System IO No. under IORS (Costing/Pricing) Example: K 8A210A 1st digit means factory code/production line 2nd and 3th digits refer to the customer code 4rd to 6th digits refer to serial internal order no. 7th digit means different cost, price, quota cat, destination, payment terms or customer delivery date i.e. “-”, “A” to “Z” for each cost or price “@” and “*” cannot use for it

  10. General Process Flow System related

  11. General Process Flow

  12. Merchandising Process Flow

  13. Merchandising Process Flow

  14. Purchasing Process Flow - Fabric

  15. Purchasing Process Flow - Accessories

  16. System Overview

  17. Screen Layout Screen Title Search field Screen Content Option field Options or Functions for this screen

  18. Keyboard Layout [Enter] - Field Exit means clear the characters after the cursor position and go to the next field [Ctrl] left - Reset means reset the keyboard typing error [Ctrl] right - Enter means confirm the current page input [Tab] - Go to the next field [Shift][Tab]- Go to the previous field [F13] to [F24] - Hold the [Shift] key and press [F1] to [F12]. Example: [F1] + 12 = [F13] [F1] = [F13], …….., [F12] = [F24]

  19. Send Report to Printer After generate a report in AS400. The report will store in a pool. We call it “Spool file”. You need to type in the AS400 printer device name to send the report to the printer. Normally, press [F10] or [F22] key go to this screen. Options: 2 – Change printer name 4 – Delete a report 5 – View report on screen 6 – Release to printer 7 – Reply system message 10 – Start printer

  20. End