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Enhancements
Several new enhancements were added to the workbenches for this release, as discussed in the following topics.
New Capacity Columns
Two new columns were added to the production order temp-table (tt-wo_mstr) that the system creates and populates when you search:
Capacity Quantity Completed
The quantity completed to use for capacity purposes. The system sets it to the following formula for the production order as the default:
Quantity completed + quantity rejected
You can override this quantity by implementing code in the Capacity Quantity Completed user exit program. For more information, refer to Administration Guide: Planning and Scheduling Workbenches for workbenches version 3.2.4.
Capacity Open Quantity
The quantity open to use for capacity purposes. The system sets it to the following formula for the production order:
Quantity ordered - capacity quantity completed
The two new columns are used in the workbenches as follows:
PSW Panels:
Required capacity is now based on capacity open quantity.
In the left-hand structured grid, the release date and shift band totals—Required, Remaining, Cum Remaining, Carry-over, and so on— are now based on capacity open quantity.

PSW Panel Capacity Open Quantity Changes
MSW Capacity Panel:
The Required Capacity and Scheduled Quantity rows are now based on capacity open quantity.

MSW Capacity Panel Changes
Workbenches-embedded Production Order Maintenance:
In the Details Panel, the Required Capacity (Hrs) field is now based on capacity open quantity.

Production Order Maintenance Changes
Capacity Quantity Completed User Exit Program
This user exit provides the ability to set the production order’s capacity quantity completed to any value; for example, the quantity completed at a particular operation, instead of the production order’s quantity completed plus quantity rejected.
Routable Items
The system now supports routable items for discrete items in SE 2013.