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How to look for New start Called call for a Maintenance plan

Hi,

I need to find out all calls for a maintenance plan of scheduling type- 'New Start' and Status- 'Called'. How to find this using tables.

For 'New Start' scheduling type probably table field and value is MHIS-TERMA = 'N'. There are different statuse in this table but I am not able to identify the status 'called'. Also what is the field MHIS-ZAEHL(Maintenance package number) for?

Thanks,

Vimal

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2008 at 03:11 PM

    Taken from the standard IP10 program:

    * possible status combinations
    * TSABR - Scheduling status: planned date called
    * TSVBT - Scheduling status: call outstanding
    * TSENQ - Scheduling status: call horizon not reached
    * TSENM - Scheduling status: stopped manually
    * TSTAT - Sceduling status
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    * TSABR   TSVBT   TSENQ   TSENM   TSTAT
    *   X       -       -       -       A     called with order
    *   X       -       -       -       -     called without order
    *   -       X       X       -       -     on hold (TSENQ), due (TSVBT)
    *   -       X       X       -       F     on hold, due and fixed
    *   X       -       -       -       X     skipped
    *   -       X       X       X       -     blocked
    *   -       X       X       X       F     blocked
    *   X       -       -       -       -     LRMDT <> 0, completed
    
    

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 07:28 AM

    hi

    all these statu swill get from MHIS,

    and JEST,JSTO are status related tables,

    you need to pass the plan number as a object number into these tables.keep * before and after the plan number.

    MHIS-ZAEHL thsi is package hirarchy.

    -ashok

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