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SAP PS Scheduling dates on weekend/Non working day

Hi PS Gurus,

While setting up the network from SO using assembly processing I am having issue that some of the activities from network are getting dates on weekend i.e. Saturday with timing as like below.

this date is marked as weekend as per the calendar mentioned in the standard network.

When I manually set this date with constrains MUST START ON I get message like the date is non working day but when system creates order it has set up same date and no log whatsoever.

We have Latest possible set up as constrain in standard network.

Any inputs on how to avoid will be great help here.

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  • Jan 22 at 07:48 AM

    Hi,

    What is the Calendar you are using in SO ? Is the calendar same for SO and Network ?

    The message pops up is a warning message, it can be overwritten.

    Regards

    Terence

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    • Former Member

      In assembly processing we can see the end date is only passed from SO, correct me if my understanding is wrong. The end date is working day and basically its delivery date for the customer. based on those dates and the maintained relationship the backward scheduling calculating the dates but I am surprised to see the date on weekend.

      I need to check with SAP but wanted to check before reaching out to SAP if this is only consulting issue ?

      any suggestions are welcome.

      BR

      Samrat

  • Jan 31 at 07:04 PM

    the system behaved properly and gave you the information that the date you entered is a non-working day but you entered it anyway. If you want to restrict the system then change the warning to an error.

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    • Former Member

      When the system creates the network using assembly processing, this date is picked without any manual intervention. Do you mean that the Warning message is actually suppressed by system itself or ignored and the date is used ?

      Here we are not creating this manually, the dates are populated based on relationship.