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Planning indicator

Hi PM Expert,

I'm confuse in Maintenance Order - in Control Tab - There's planning indicator for Planned order , immediate order and unplanned order.

After i check with F1 but i still confuse the meaning from F1. The Indicator that the maintenance order is a planned order.

Can any one tell me what's the meaning if PM order mark as Planned order , immediate order and unplanned order.

Thank you.

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    Posted on May 23, 2011 at 04:02 AM

    Hi,

    The order planning indicator is used for selection and statistical analyses in the Plant Maintenance and Customer Service Information System.

    Three order planning indicators are predefined

    Planned order. You should use this indicator for order types, for which tasks can be anticipated.

    Unplanned order. You should use this indicator for order types, for which the task cannot be anticipated, but also need not be performed immediately.

    Immediate order. You should use this indicator for order types, for which the necessity of the task cannot be anticipated, but where the task must be performed immediately.

    You can set this indicators in OIOS

    Kapil

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