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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 09:13 AM

    Hi,

    T-Code OP4A.

    1) Define breaks: say xxxx as starting from say 8 aM to 8.a5 AM

    2)Shift definations: 1st Shift:: Start date : ... End Date: start time 7 .. End time:. 15..Break say xxxx defines in 1 above

    2 nd shift 15 End time 23: etc etc

    3rd Shift

    3) Then define shidt seq on each days

    i..e on Day 1 it will be 1 Shift Folloed by 2nd shift followed by 3rd shidt etc etc for all days in a week.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards

    Raju Chitale

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 09:15 AM

    Hi,

    You can define shift definitions and shift sequences for all your work centers in Customizing the work center under Define shift sequence. This is useful for maintaining available capacities.

    Shift definition

    In a shift definition you define the shift start, shift end, break times and the validity period.

    Shift sequence

    You define how shifts follow another on a daily basis for the duration of a cycle in a shift sequence. You can use shift definitions.

    In T. Code OP4A you can define shift sequence and shift definitions.

    Hope it helps you.

    Regards,

    Alok Tiwari

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 09:24 AM

    Do the following setting in spro for Shift:

    Define Shift sequence in SPRO(Production>>> basic Data>>>work center>>>capacity planning>>>Availabale Capacity>>>define shift sequence)

    In this step you define the following:

    Grouping

    Using the grouping you can create shift sequences and shift definitions for special areas (for example, different plants or different areas of a plant) and when maintaining the available capacity choose from between work centers.

    Work break schedule

    Here you define parameters that describe the individual work break schedules in more detail, as for example:

    Start

    Finish

    Break times

    Shift definition

    Here you define the parameters common to several work centers that describe the individual shifts in more detail, for example:

    Start

    Finish

    Break times

    Validity period of a shift

    In Logistics (LO) you can reference daily work schedules from the personnel system (HR). If you reference a daily work schedule in LO from HR and this is changed in HR then this change has a direct effect on changes in LO.

    Shift sequences

    You can assign the shift sequence of a capacity category as the available capacity at the work center.

    You define a sequence of shifts per weekday. The shift sequence represents a collection of shift definitions.

    In capacity planning the system uses the predefined values from the shift definition to determine the available capacity of a work center.

    The system calculates the following values:

    the capacity

    the actual operating time for the capacity

    Standard settings

    The SAP standard package contains settings for various shift sequences.

    Activities

    You should define the following:

    1. groupings

    2. shift sequences

    3. shift definitions

    4. work break schedules

    Assign this in work center capacity tap, under intervals and shifts.

    Regards

    PP

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