Scheduling Logic: Status

When we move operations at the Resource Gantt chart, we can fix them so they can be as stuck as possible. It is also possible to set their status as released, frozen or completed. In this article, we will study the progress for inputting results after moving and adjusting operations.

If we move the operations at the Resource Gantt chart, the mark indicating fixed under the operation bar will be displayed.

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If you do not move the fixed operations, this will draw the other operations nearer to shorten the waiting time. When you don’t want operations to be drawn near to each other, you can set Forced forward or Forced backward as the Assignment direction from the Scheduling Parameter Settings.

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It will be leveled down when overlapping and will be assigned back or forward when there is no time to operate.

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To prevent such movements, we can freeze the operations by right-clicking on the operation and select Status, then Freeze.

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You can do this when you don’t want operations to be absolutely moved as they are frozen.

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If we input the results, it will change to Started. Go to Operation option and select Results.

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Input the corresponding results in the table below.

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The uncompleted part will be pushed to the right side of the scheduling basis time and other operations will be pushed back.

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In Asprova, it is possible to make scheduling in consideration of delays or advances. When the result is less than the planned production quantity, the quantity of the next process will be adjusted automatically in consideration of the previous process.

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To learn more about Asprova specific to this sample demonstration, you may visit Asprova’s e-Learning videos at http://lib.asprova.com/ (see 24. Scheduling Logic).

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