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Auto schedule operation to start on next shift if not enough available t

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I'm using PP-PI ..4.6c & I'm having trouble sorting out the below issue:

If I have only 2 hours left on a evening shift & the system has scheduled a production operation to start within that 2 hour period but the operation actually takes 4 hours to complete & cannot be stopped (at the end of the shift) after 2 hours & restarted . In reality, the operation would only be started on the morning shift as I have no night shift. Now the operation is behind schedule as I did not start it when scheduled.

How do I get scheduling to ignore the available 2 hours if the production operation is longer than that ? I've tried the distribution keys available in the work centre but with no joy ..or it this dependent on Capacity Levelling??

CJ

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 06:39 PM

    In the strategy profile, check the button Strategy Profile in CM21 transaction, there is a Period Split indicator. You can select "Shift". Then the you can select to "Op Completed in Period Split" or "Always Adhere to period split"

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