Undumping a Container from a Run - Handheld

2017-05-19 01:21


  • Handheld module Serialized Bins: purhcased and installed
  • At least one user license must be purchased and active
  • At least one mobile device available
  • Containers already dumped into a run

Where do I find Undump?

  • Handheld > Bin > Packout > "container that has been dumped"

Why & When Undump is Used

If a bin is mistakenly dumped into a run, the Undump button allows the operator to undump the bin from that run. This removes the bin from the run and puts it back into raw inventory (if applicable).

How to Undump a Tag using a handheld

  1. Turn on handheld
  2. Touch the Envio icon to start the application
  3. A screen with blue boxes appears. Two tabs will also show: Tags and Bins. Touch the Bins tab.
  4. Touch the Pack Bins button.Handheld Screen
  5. A list of Runs will show.
  6. Touch a row that has the container that must be undumped, or type in the run number in the Select Run text field.
  7. Touch Select in the bottom right-hand corner. The Bin Packout detail screen displays.
  8. Be sure the cursor is located in the Container text field.
  9. Touch to choose a container/bin to undump.
    • Scan a container/bin number tag & press Undump
    • Manually enter the container number in the Container text field and press Undump
    • Highligh a load from the list. Touch with finger or stylus. Once line is highlighted blue, press Undump.
  10. A confirmation appears. Touch Yes to confirm.
    • The handheld deletes the dumping transaction. The run should no longer show the container in the Dumped Product Tab in Envio.
    • The MasterContainer display screen/History tab in Envio should no longer show the dumping transaction.

Troubleshooting & Tips

  • The terms Bins and Containers are used interchangeably
  • Master Containers are located: Production > Find > MasterContainer
  • To locate an open run in Envio: Go to Production > Runs. If you want to view only open runs use Column Chooser to add the heading Is Closed to the grid to help search.
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