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Relationships in production orders

Hello,

When i create a planned order in APO i have to operations that follow each other perefctly when rescheduling.

When i look at the relationships they have a start-start relationship.

When i convert this planned order to a production order, the successor operation does follow the predecessor operation only when i move the order forward in time. So if i move the main operation backwards in time the other stays unfixed.

Does anyone have any idea what to do to avoid this. When i look at the relationships, there was automatically created an additional end-end relationship for these to operations.

Kind regards,

Bert

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  • Sep 30, 2010 at 07:24 PM

    Hi Bert,

    Have you explored the options for the "dependent objects" in the strategy profile.

    Thanks,

    Mahesh

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    Oct 01, 2010 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Bert,

    In the master recipe if two operations exists 10 & 20 with phases 11 & 21 with respective relationship start - start.

    You can achieve the result (phase 21 should be scheduled forward or backward whenever the phase 11 is rescheduled) by maintaining the maximum offset time between the phase relationship as 1 sec/min in ECC system.

    CIF the PPM/PDS and then create the planned order or production order and check by rescheduling.

    Regards

    Sravan maturu

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    • Former Member

      Yes,

      I found it to yesterday.

      Is it possible to set the maximum interval on 0 seconds??

      Why is there a difference between planned orders and production orders?

      Kind regards,

      Bert