QAD’s installation, conversion, and deployment tool.
A data document in XML format inbound to QAD Enterprise Applications that conforms to generated schemas and events files from the QGen utility.
The QDoc schema defines the structure and data types of the XML. The schema is the building block for any API request.
A tool that captures field and navigation information for a QAD Enterprise Applications or other Progress data-entry program, and generates QDoc schemas and events from the program data.
A function defines and records the quality of products. It aims to improve, maintain, and track the quality of products and materials (purchased and manufactured) to increase production throughput, reduce costs, and exceed customer expectations. It covers inspection and testing during the manufacturing process, incoming inspection of purchased items, and inventory sampling.
A document authorizing a test or inspection. It specifies four things about an item: how much will be tested, where, when, and by what procedure.
A set of inspection or testing operations linked to a work center. Used by quality orders in the same way work orders use routings.
The quantity reserved for use on specific sales orders or manufacturing orders.
The quantity available to allocate to sales orders or manufacturing orders.
A promotion deal category. Discount pricing is based on the quantity ordered: the greater the quantity, the greater the discount.
The amount in inventory of an item for a site or location.
Total quantity for an item on all replenishment, purchase, or manufacturing orders.
Quantity of an item used in the production of its parent.
A character value indicating whether a requirement quantity is firm or in planning stages.
Total requirements for an item at a site, either for shipment on sales orders or use on manufacturing orders.
A set of data retrieval codes.
In QAD Configurator, a way of categorizing questions to help users of the questionnaire to obtain an overview of the product configuration. Questions are either foreground questions, which always appear on the questionnaire, or background questions, which can be answered automatically by the system.
A process in QAD Configurator that presents questions designed to obtain details of the customer’s specification for a variant item. The questions in the questionnaire use the information that was entered during the sales configuration process to control the way in which the product can be configured.
(1) A waiting area. (2) The time work normally waits at a work center before operations begin. (3) A holding area for a call, call quote, or service request before the next event takes place in its life cycle.
An optional interface to manage QDoc requests and responses through a specified directory structure. The Queue Manager can also add a SOAP envelope to a QDoc to support QAD QXtend requirements.
The time a work order spends at a work center before being worked on. Higher queue times result in higher manufacturing lead times.
Shortcode code that you can enter into a text field on the WEB UI home page. This allows you to access particular functionality. For example, “nq” allows you to access the Inquiry functionality.
A statement of price, terms of sale, and description of goods or services offered by a vendor to a prospective purchaser. When given in response to an inquiry, it is typically considered an offer to sell.
A component of the QAD QXtend interoperability framework that delivers inbound data to the QAD ERP application and other menu-level programs. The inbound data is in the form of XML data documents, called QDocs, delivered in either a proprietary XML format or, for a select few programs, as direct code APIs.
A .NET UI-based plug-in for QXO that tracks the outbound profile messages that are sent to external subscribers, as well as subscriber responses. Using the QAD QXtend Message Monitor allows the lifecycle of messages to be traced through QAD QXtend.