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Size: 854 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/19/2017
In this article, we explain how JDE will use the instructions entered in the Maintenance Rules to decide how the Work Order generation from the PM services will happen--when to do it, what to do, and which information to use. For more details on how to use PM Associations, and how this Maintenance Rule value works, see Designing a Maintenance Plan for JD Edwards by Alberto van Oordt, in the October 2015 issue of JDEtips Knowledge Express.  
Size: 1.13 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:10/19/2015
If you are looking to implement equipment maintenance in JDE, please read this article before you begin. You'll find multiple maintenance scenarios and gain insight into how to best approach the configuration for each, including tips on why certain approaches might not provide the results you expected. This is not a step-by-step how-to guide, but rather a very thorough planning guide.  
Size: 1.36 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/29/2014
Everything you ever wanted to know about P1207 but were afraid to ask. This article goes field by field through the Equipment PM Schedule setup screens, with explanations along the way of the ramifications of your setup decisions. Very detailed, with solid tips along the way.  
Size: 220KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/19/2006
The Equipment Billing module is one of the most beneficial, yet overlooked, modules in the Capital Asset Management suite of products. Simply put, it allows a company that owns equipment to be able to utilize that equipment within various Business Units (BUs) or Jobs, and allocate the costs accordingly. In essence, it is the internal equivalent of an equipment rentals system.  
We all know that WYSIWYG is supposed to mean "What you see is what you get", don't we? Well, I'll bet you've figured out by now that what you see is not, in fact, always what you get. This appears to be the case where Work Order instructions are involved, and especially so when you are moving from World to EnterpriseOne. Scott Hollowell shows us how to come closer to getting what we want to see!  
This article brings to mind that "miscellaneous" folder in our filing cabinets. It was so convenient when it was established years ago, but now? Who knows what's even in there? Scott Hollowell has found the same thing happening with the use of Standing Work Orders and has taken the time to show us how we got there, how to get out of it, and more importantly – how to keep from getting there in the first place. This article contains some fine guidelines for effective use of Standing WOs without having them fall into that black hole.  
Size: 260KB, Version:1, Publication Date:11/9/2004
Integration or interface: Which works better for you? Read experience-based pointers for making the decision between implementing a pure EnterpriseOne solution and interfacing a third-party equipment maintenance product with your EnterpriseOne environment. It's your decision, but this should help take away some of the pain.  
Size: 911KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/5/2004
In this article, Scott Hollowell gives us a rear-view-mirror picture of how EAM got here, then follows up with a snapshot of where things are going. In his usual concise style, Scott not only provides excellent perspective, but also hits the highlights of changes and enhancements in the Equipment Management modules.  
If you stare at the menu option for Supplemental Data on the Equipment Maintenance menu for a long time, it appears to move slightly, but that's all it does. Until you read this article! Scott explains all in his typical "waste no time -- take no prisoners" style. After reading this, you'll be able to satisfy all those users with all their "where do we put this data?" needs.  
Size: 311 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2003
Scott Hollowell was inspired to write this article having observed perfectly knowledgeable and capable (and formerly sane) users pulling their hair out trying to get their meter readings to behave the way they wanted them to. Scott brings his usual clarity to bear on the terminology, work flow, and how to interpret the results.  
Sit back, relax, and enjoy some of Scott's favorite tips aimed at preventing that dreaded bugaboo--reworking your setup if you go live with Fixed Assets prior to going live with Maintenance. Scott shows you how to do it right from the beginning!  
Size: 273 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2002
Which sounds easier? Setup a separate routing for every work order OR setup a master routing once that can be used for every work order? Read this tip to save time tracking labor involved in servicing your critical physical assets. From RMB, the world's JDE Maintenance experts.  
Size: 290 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2002
Learn how to charge labor to different accounts based on the type of work being performed. Did you know that the Work Order Type field can be used to control the journal entries? Setting this up saves keying the G/L Class on every work order.  
Size: 150 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2001
Enterprise Asset Management is the new name for Plant and Equipment Maintenance. Learn how JDE combined the best of Service and Warranty Management and P&E to create this new approach. RMB's IGS (Intelligent Graphics Solution) is also featured.  

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