User Interface: Check Lateness – Order Gantt Chart

In Asprova, you can easily jump from table to chart in the shortest route. Go to the order table and select all of the orders that are displayed, right-click the leftmost cell and select Jump, then Chart.

Here, you can change the height and the width of the windows, adjust the height of the rows to make it easy to view. You can drag and drop the left table of the Order Gantt chart to see the details of the orders. You can also move the columns from one cell to another. See sample style below saved as OrderCheck.

You may also select the saved style at the Style Settings, select Default style to open the Order Gantt Chart with the selected style. In this sample, the OrderCheck style is selected.

Open the Order Gantt chart again and you can see that it displays in the style we have just registered.
Currently all orders are displayed.

 

From this chart, you can use the Filter to quickly check the orders with due date delays. Right click the leftmost cell, go to Filter, then, select Late Orders.

Like any other charts or table, you can also drag-and-drop between the date cells to change the width to adjust the range you want to see. You can also drill down each process to confirm the assigned resources and the quantity of the related items. In the chart below, you can see the operation of the previous process of the later order “03” is assigned to “Assembly2”.

To learn more about Asprova specific to this sample demonstration, you may visit Asprova’s e-Learning videos at http://lib.asprova.com/ (see 23. User Interface).

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