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When am I allowed to do a zero hour confirmation on an operation?

Mar 09, 2017 at 03:20 PM

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When am I allowed to do a zero hour confirmation on an operation?

In execution week/day. I no longer want to do a planned activity. I do not want to update the standard task list created for this job. Can I simply confirm the operation with zero hours. I do not want to delete the operation as there are links to other operations, which will require a re-evaluation and linking and re-scheduling. It would be easier to just confirm the operation with zero hours? is this a standard practice? what are the limitations if this is done?

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Jessica Li
Mar 11, 2017 at 03:49 PM
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Hi Seelan,

CO11N allows operators to execute confirmation with yield 0. This is standard procedure.

Best regards,
Jessica

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Thanks Jessica, I agree with you.

My business specialists are adamant that confirmations with yield 0 is fraud. I do not agree.

Regards

Seelan

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Solomon Macwan Mar 13, 2017 at 09:56 AM
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Hi Seelan,

As Jessica said, you can confirm the operation with 0 qty. but let us know your requirement.

If the operation is not that important you can use milestone confirmation. or final confiramation with 0 qty.

Generally the operation is confirmed with 0 qty, to show the delay or break down into the process. In that case you just book your activities for delays/breakdown.

regards,

Solomon

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