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use of Standard,parallel & alternate sequence

Hi all

Please can anybody explain how to create

Standard sequence

parallel sequence

alternate sequence

& use of the same

Regards

Sandeep

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 10:25 AM

    In routing 3 types of sequences are available, which are standard, parellel and alternate sequence.

    When you create the Routing then by default system creates the Standard Sequence.

    Alternate sequences are linked to the standard sequence which is the main sequence. The place where alternate sequence starts from the standard sequence is called branch operation and again the place where it joins the standard sequence is called the return operation.

    Alternate sequence consists of set of operations other than the standard sequence so that either of the sequences can be run for a production process.

    Parellel sequences are set of operation which run parellel to the standard sequence, for example if you want more than 1 operations should be done simultaneously then use parrallel sequence.

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      Parallel Sequence :

      Call up the sequence overview.

      Choose Edit ® New entries.

      The Choose Sequence Category dialog box appears.

      Select Parallel sequence and press Continue.

      The Sequence Details screen is displayed.

      Enter the necessary data.

      Select Operation overview to create operations for the parallel sequence.

      Alternative Sequence

      Call up the sequence overview.

      Select the menu options Edit ® New entries.

      You reach the Choose Sequence Category dialog box.

      Select Alternative sequence and choose Continue.

      The Sequence Details screen is displayed.

      Enter the necessary data.

      Select Operation overview to create operations in the alternative sequence.

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