Process selector


Even when you produce the same item, the processes to produce the item may sometimes differ depending on various requirements in producing the item. Usually, there is only one pattern of processes to produce a certain item. You can specify multiple patterns using process selectors.

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ItemProcess selectorProcess numberProcess codeInstruction type
ProductAx10Pr1
ProductAx10Pr1
ProductAx10Pr1
ProductAx20Pr2
ProductAx20Pr2
ProductAx20Pr2
ProductAx30Pr3
ProductAx30Pr3
ProductAx30Pr3
ProductAy10Pr1
ProductAy10Pr1
ProductAy10Pr1
ProductAy30Pr3
ProductAy30Pr3
ProductAy30Pr3

In the above example, there are two patterns of processes to produce ProductA. The process selector x defines a pattern of processes composed of Pr1, Pr2 and Pr3 and the process selector y defines another pattern of processes composed of Pr1and Pr3.


Process selector valid condition

If you specify process selectors and execute scheduling, Asprova will determine which process selector to use.

If you want to specify a condition to select a certain process selector, you can use a process selector valid condition.
You specify a process selector valid condition by an expression. The object that the process selector will have is an order.

Example

Process selector valid condition to select orders with production quantity of 100 or greater

ME.Order_Qty>=100


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