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Scheduling & Calendar

Hi!

We are facing following problem related to the project scheduling.

We are using external activities (mostly).

The normal calendar we maintain in project profile is a calendar with fixed holidays.

Ours is a construction industry scenario, where due to seasonal weather conditions (say rain etc) the output gets severely affected. So we want to have flexibility of declaring such days, with almost no output due to bad weather as holiday.

Any suggestions or Tips would be of great value.

Regards,

Seemant

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 03:49 AM

    Hi,

    External activity is not governed by factory calender (Factory calender governs only those activities which are internal to it.). The scheduling of external activity takes place on 1. Duration which you maintain in plan delivery time field. 2. Relation type of the activity with other internal or external actiivities.

    So in case your external activity gets delayed you can change the plan delivery time and re-schedule.

    Reward points if useful.

    Regards

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thanks,

      I am working on same line.The real problem would be if the changes made in devlopment, ie declaring particular day as holiday, would be update in already existing projects in production, once we transport the Workbench Request.I will check and get back as soon as I see the results.

      Regards,

      Seemant

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 05:19 AM

    Hi Seemant,

    Make Changes in the factory calender by creating a special rule in T Code SCAL.

    Transport the Factory Calender manually.

    Please come back & let me know if this works.

    Reward Points.

    Regards'

    Syed

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