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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Basic Xstep Creation and Testing. This document describes step by step process to create a very basic Xstep in the standard Xstep repository and test it in a Process order. Create an Xstep in Standard Xstep Repository:. Enter the plant and click execute. A new folder will get created. A standard Xstep get created.
Step 5: Enter some Description and Text for the Xstep. Step 6: Select the version, right click and go to Properties. Step 7: Select the Xstep Tree and go to the properties. Step 8: Right click on the Xstep Tree and from the context menu create the Xstep. In the General tab enter some Description. In this example following parameters will be used:.
In the Valuation tab, enter the valuation details. Step Again select the Xstep and create the Process Instruction from the context menu. Process Instruction will get created. Step Change the Description of the Process Instruction. All the output fields should be mapped to some parameter. Step Once done, check the Xstep for any error. Step Release the XStep for testing. Enter material, plant and order type and click enter. Click the Xstep button. Step 6: Release and Save the Process order.
Control Recipe should get created. Step 7: Go to control recipe monitor TCode CO53XT — search the control recipe for the process order — send the control recipe to destination. The PI sheet will display the details of the Process order as created in the Xstep. I saw that it is correct in the text before the picture, but the big text on the screenshot can be a bit misleading.
Thanks for the document. Its very useful for me. I tried with same steps, its working fine for consumption but system not creating the process message for process order GR. Any Idea. Are there any tools could be 3rd party available that could help load the x-steps for a PI-Sheet? I am looking for a mass-upload tool. Thanks in advance! Former Member. Posted on July 5, 4 minute read. Follow RSS feed Like.
Basic Xstep Creation and Testing This document describes step by step process to create a very basic Xstep in the standard Xstep repository and test it in a Process order. Step 5: Explode the Xstep reference. Status should change to Send. Alert Moderator. Assigned tags. Related Blog Posts. Related Questions. You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.
July 7, at am. Like 0. July 23, at pm. Hi, perfect introduction for x-steps! Sivaji Kumar Madhu Kiran Akula. August 5, at am. Nice document. Please post more. Regards Sivaji Kumar Madhu Kiran. April 5, at am. Hi, this document is very nice, but could you please correct the transaction code in the first screenshot?
Jan Buchmann. July 25, at pm. Thanks for your effort. Thanks Jan. August 28, at pm. Please post if you have other documents related to Xsteps. With Regards, Prathamesh. Sathish kumar. April 1, at am. Hi, Thanks for the document. Thanks, K. Sathish Kumar. Mirela Sotropa. May 8, at pm. Nice document; thanks for sharing! Link Text. Open link in a new tab. No search term specified. Showing recent items. Search or use up and down arrow keys to select an item.
Parameter Name. Process Order. Order Qty.
Create and Test a Basic Xstep in Standard Xstep Repository
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. You can use XSteps in the process industries and in shop floor control. Production can then be executed either manually or automatically.
A structure that you can use to describe the precise execution of production processes. An XStep can be assigned to a master recipe, process order, standard routing, or production order. An XStep tree consists of one or more XSteps. An XStep can contain further subordinated XSteps. If, for example, you have defined the application context Order in the superordinate XStep, this application context is valid for all subordinate XSteps until the next XStep for which a different context is defined. When creating an SXS reference, the system firstly creates a loose connection to the referenced standard XStep.