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Repetitive maintenance order

Dear all,

I Have made multiple counter plan for one equipment for creating maintenance order ans set first cycle after 50000 nos and second one years .but now user want maintenance order only on quantity based only .So we set 2nd cycle from 1 year to 20 year for delay the plan.

Annual estimate for the measuring point is 12500 Nos and this plan is made in 25/02.2009/2009 . And last measuring point updated for 163 nos qty on dated 29.08 .2009 .

But now we are facing the problem that system is creating repetitive maintenance order for the same maintenance plan .

Please hep me to solve this issue.

Raghav

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2013 at 10:16 AM

    Hi

    System is creating the call based on the last counter reading and annual estimate. in your case as per annual estimate it takes 146 days to reach the counter value of 50000 nos. hence system will release the call from 29/08/2009 to till date.

    kindly update the counter to small amount say 164 to today date and check it will schedule in future dates

    for counter based plan it has to updated frequently eventhough it has no worked

    Regards

    Thyagarajan

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2013 at 10:16 AM

    If user wants to have order only based on quantity, you should have made Performance based single cycle or strategy plan. That will create only based on qty by checking the measurement documents created.

    Now even if you make AND condition which will consider both the conditions, sometimes 50000 can be produced within 6 months. Then you will end up with problem.

    So, I will suggest you to deactivate the current Multiple Counter Plan & create new plan which will consider only the qty produced.

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