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Fixing of orders on planning board

Hi All,

We are facing an issue with fixing of orders in detailed scheduling planning board.

When we right click on order and select --> fix, the graphical representation does not appear correct i.e. there is no red line appearing on order which indicates the order is fixed.

However, if we see the details of order (either in planning board or product view)- its actually fixed.

As per my understanding, it seems like the issue is with graphical objects in planning board. But this is not happening for all the orders.

Has anyone seen such situation earlier. If yes, please share the details.

Many thanks,

Aditi


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  • Posted on May 17, 2016 at 09:45 AM

    Hello,

    Did you check that fix status is set fro the operation?

    and order should have date fix indictor set.

    Are you using standard overall and DS board planning profile?

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar


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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 07:29 PM

    Hello,

    Is the issue resolved when you save or refresh the data in the planning board?

    If not, you can analyze the steps of the decision table for graphical objects (/SAPAPO/CDPSC2 > Click on the Planning Board Profile > Charts > Resource Chart > Decision Table for Graphical Objects) and see if the object that is referenced is the expected object in the planning board.

    Regards,

    Yasmin Alayyan

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