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Split orders by users in a pooled capacity work center

Good morning.

In our plant we have a pooled capacity work center, where 8 workers are allocated. They work 8 hours, with 2 30-minute breaks in their shift and they are distinguished by their HR personnel number. I need to be able to split the production orders of this plant to any of the workers i think right, and i need to be able to have a "warning" or an "error message" if the capacity of this worker is exceeded by the assignment of the order i am applying to him. Is this possible? Can i do it through CM27??? And if yes, how?

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2016 at 09:02 AM

    Hello Nikos,

    I don't think this would be possible in standard SAP.

    Refer SAP consulting note

    448070 - Functions of splits in the capacity leveling

    During the design of the split functions in the capacity leveling, it was assumed that the operations or activities might be first dispatched finitely against the capacity of the affected main capacity and that the operations or activities thus contain feasible dates. During the dispatching of operations, the system can execute capacity scheduling and checks of the operation dates if this is desired in accordance with the strategy profile.

    On the other hand, the allocation and dispatching of splits represents only an option to be able to execute more detailed allocations at individual capacity level on the basis of operation dates that were found until then. This should therefore only occur after the operations or activities were dispatched. Therefore, the finite scheduling of splits or any checks of split dates is not execute on purpose.

    Best Regards,


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