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Rescheduling in mass of Plan Orders with DS planning board

Hello,

I have a sequence of 10 plan orders to postpone of 12 hours.

For the first case :

Day 1 : starting hour = 0:00 , duration of the plan order = 24:00

Day 2 : starting hour = 0:00 , duration of the plan order = 24:00

Day 3 : ...

If I use the function reschedule in the DS planninf Board starting date = Day 1 at 12:00 , I obtain that :

Day 1 : starting hour = 12:00 , duration of the plan order = 24:00

Day 2 : starting hour = 12:00 , duration of the plan order = 24:00

Day 3 : ...

It's OK.

For the second case :

Day 1 : Nothing

Day 2 : starting hour = 0:00 , duration of the plan order =12:00

Day 3 : starting hour = 0:00 , duration of the plan order =12:00

If I use the function reschedule in the DS planninf Board starting date = Day 2 at 12:00 , I obtain that :

Day 1 : Nothing

Day 2 : starting hour = 12:00 , duration of the plan order = 12:00

Day 3 : starting hour = 0:00 , duration of the plan order = 12:00 & starting hour = 12:00 , duration of the plan order = 12:00

In this second case, I would like to have

Day 1 : Nothing

Day 2 : starting hour = 12:00 , duration of the plan order = 12:00

Day 3 : starting hour = 12:00 , duration of the plan order = 12:00

Day 4 : starting hour = 12:00 , duration of the plan order = 12:00

It is more explicit to follow the link with the screenshot below :

[http://cjoint.com/?AKuuh5UNj9D]

My question is : How to reschedule a sequence and keep the "blanks" between the plan orders ?

Thank you for your help.

Isidor

Edited by: isidor on Nov 20, 2011 11:38 PM

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 01:23 PM

    What are your settings for the scheduling strategy?

    What are the requirement dates for the orders which have the operations?

    All that controls the schedule.

    In the scheduling strategy you could try the Desired Date settings: Current Date or Specified Date. Do not use Earliest Date.

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