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Work scheduling

Hi,

In what circumstance do we need work scheduling view ? And also in what circumstances do we use use in-house production schedule (instead of work scheduling view) since routing already have all the detailed information ?

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Rgds,

Sue

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2007 at 04:25 AM

    For all the materials produced in house we need to maintain the Work scheduling view as it picks up data of Production scheduler from this view.

    System first checks for if the Routing is available, if the routing is available it picks up the data ie lead time, production time from Routing, if it is not available then it takes the data from the in house production schedule timings maintained in work scheduling view.

    Hope this helps you.

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2007 at 08:00 AM

    Hi,

    Do we need to have both work scheduling view and in-house production schedule all the time? Or can we have one or the other? which one is more important?

    Thanks.

    Rgds,

    Sue

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2007 at 08:28 AM

    Hi Su,

    If your producing in house production then you should have the workscheduling view otherwise when your creating the production or process order it will give error saying workscheduling view is not added.

    Regards,

    Satish

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2007 at 04:39 AM

    Hi,

    The inhouse production time in material master is to calculate the basic dates for the production and the routing time is for to calculate the lead time of the production, its better you should give both.

    Thanks and regards,

    Satish

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2007 at 01:02 PM

    Hi,

    In Work scheduling View , important field is " Prodschedulingprofile".

    Prod scheduling profile specify that certain business transactions are carried out in parallel in a production order / process order (you can, for example, create and release an order at the same time, or release an order and print the shop papers)

    trigger an automatic goods receipt. Sspecify an overall profile for capacity leveling.

    You can assign a production scheduling profile to a material /production scheduler.

    The assignment to a material has a higher priority.

    Thanks and regards,

    Rajesh

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2007 at 01:01 AM

    Hi,

    I noticed that there is in-house production days in the MRP 2 view and also further details of the in-house production time in days in Work Scheduling view. How are these different? Is there any relation between the two?

    Thanks.

    Rgds,

    Sue

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    • Hi,

      As you noticed there are two ways of giving in house production time one is in mrp-2 view which is lot size independent and another one in the work scheduling view is lot size dependent time which comes from the routing ,

      the in house production time you are giving in MRP-2 View is irrespective of your lot size ,i,e irrespective of your planned quantity the system takes the same time which you are giving in the mrp-2 view , i,e for processing 10 units or 100 units the syatem takes the same time .

      But the time which you are giving in work scheduling in terms of setup and machining time takes your lot size in to consideration and schedules according to your lot size .

      Hope this cleras your doubt .

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 07:12 AM

    Hi ,

    Most of the answers have covered points.Essentially

    1.Work scehduling view is maintained for inhouse produced Product.

    2.The products are generally FERT but sometimes it may be HALB.

    3.Production versions are mainatained in this view which connects the BOM and routing

    4.The scheduling parameters are maintained in this view.

    5 Batch management and serial number profile as applicable are maintained here.

    6 Lot sizing can be specified alongwith base size and times required.

    regards

    Prakash

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