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MRS Planning Status


We are currently using MRS SP 6.10. Our customer has a question as far as the different symbols that appear in the MRS planning status column on the planning board. Specifically there is a symbol with an envelope and a Black Dot in the middle. I am not sure what this symbol is meant to mean and cannot find any documentation on it.


Brendan Butler

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 11:56 AM

    I'm assuming you are talking about the Item Worklist section. I'm also guessing they have already figured out that no dot means the demand is still "unplanned" and the symbol filled with green with the check mark is "planned", while just a plain ol' green check mark means the order is TECO. The symbol with black dot means the demand has been partially planned. When looking at just the demand you might think that it would either be "unplanned" or "planned" with a "partially planned" option not making much sense, however, if the demand has more than one person to perform the task but it has only been assigned to one then the symbol will indicate that it is "partially planned". The symbols work in a similar fashion in the Order Worklist section of the screen except there is also a symbol for the order which summarizes the planning status for demands/operations within that order. Page 44 in Application Help Multi Resource Scheduling (MRSS 610 SP05) shows some of these symbols with neighboring pages showing a lot of other symbols and icons.

    Edited by: Mark Scott on Sep 3, 2009 8:06 AM

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