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Oracle Production Scheduling Implementation Guide
Release 12.1
Part Number E27241-03
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Oracle Production Scheduling Implementation Guide

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Preface

Getting Started

Production Scheduling Overview
Production Scheduling Businesses Processes
Production Scheduling Implementation

Production Scheduling Overview

Automatic Bottleneck Detection
Advanced Analytical Decision Support
Direct Scenario Comparisons

Starting the Production Scheduling System

System Startup Overview
Starting Production Scheduling
Creating, Opening, and Importing a Scenario
Sending Scenario via E-mail

Configuring Desktop Components

Production Scheduling Desktop Overview
Configuring the Model Workspace
Configuring Toolbars
Customizing Colors
Configuring Schedule Views

Creating Production Scheduling Models

Defining Attributes
Defining Resources
Defining Visits
Defining Operations
Defining Routings
Defining Work Patterns and Availability (Resource Calendars and Shifts)
Specifying Supply and Demand Events
Working with Work Orders
Defining Changeover Rules

Setting Up Global Options

Setting Up System Logging
Setting Up Diagrams and Toolbar Layouts
Specifying Supporting Documents
Defining Global Settings

Configuring Scenario Properties

Accessing the Scenario Properties Window
Setting Up the Scenario Properties - General Tab
Setting Up the Scenario Properties - Horizon Tab
Setting Up the Scenario Properties - Unit of Measure Tab
Setting Up the Scenario Properties - Maintenance Display Parameters Tab
Setting Up the Scenario Properties - Attribute Highlight Order Tab

Configuring Solver Options

Accessing Scenario Specific Solver Options
Setting Up General Solver Options
Setting Up Resource Business Objectives
Setting Up Campaign Run Optimization (CRO)

Evaluating Production Schedules

Reviewing Your Production Schedule
Schedule Views Overview
Customize Table Data in a View
Copying Table Data from a View
Using the Production Pegging View
Using the Resource Gantt View
Using the Item Graph View
Using the Item Gantt View
Using the Operation Gantt View
Using the Resource Utilization View
Using the Resource Contention View
Using the Multi-Capacity Resource Graph View
Using Combined Views
Viewing Critical Path Information
Filtering Work Orders
Analyzing Scheduled Resources
Analyzing Scheduled Items
Analyzing Scheduled Operations
Using Combined Views
Working with Exceptions
Working with the Resource Sequence View
Working with Key Performance Indicators

Manual Scheduling

Solver Schedules Overview
Performing Manual Schedule Changes

Publishing Data

Production Scheduling Published Reports Overview
HTML Dispatch Report Overview
Publishing Schedules
Publishing a Schedule to Oracle E-Business Suite
Publishing Schedule to cMRO and eAM

Integrating With Oracle Value Chain Planning Suite

Production Scheduling Integration with Oracle Value Chain Planning Suite Overview
Integrating Production Scheduling with the Oracle Value Chain Planning Suite
Importing Data to Production Scheduling
Using Batch Commands

Scheduling Maintenance Work Orders

Scheduling Maintenance Work Orders Taking into Account Visit Details, Milestones, and Work Breakdown Structure
Supporting of Complex Task Hierarchy Relationships
Representing the Work Breakdown Structure and Assignment to Work Orders
Resequencing Visits
Routings with Maintenance Work Orders Overview
Releasing Work Orders from Production Scheduling to cMRO

Considering Enterprise Asset Management Work Orders

Considering EAM Work Orders Overview
Enterprise Asset Management Integration
Manually Scheduling Enterprise Asset Management Work Orders
Solving Schedules for Enterprise Asset Management Work Orders
Publishing Work Order Dates to Enterprise Asset Management

Index